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"International Journal of Political Science and Governance"

2021, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part A

Has India been neo-colonised again even after two centuries of being colonised?


Author(s): Inderpreet Kaur

Abstract: Even after embarking on a journey of independence after being under the shackles of colonial rule for over 200 years, India today seems to be inclined towards western culture and civilisational practices more and more each day. After 75 years of independence and with a history of being one of the 5 key founders and pillars of the Non-Aligned Movement which aimed to provide the newly decolonised countries with their long-lost identity, the players of the politics have changed and so has the population. This paper has been written in an attempt to throw light on how far India has been neo-colonised after colonisation for 2 centuries and how differently India is dealing with this indirect control now.

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How to cite this article:
Inderpreet Kaur. Has India been neo-colonised again even after two centuries of being colonised?. Int J Political Sci Governance 2021;3(2):26-30.
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