Verb(1) grant independence to (a former colony
(1) Spain seemed in no hurry to decolonize those lands(2) British army personnel were prioritized, but when the number of military dead surpassed that of British losses in Cyprus, the IRA realized that Britain would or could not easily decolonize Ireland.(3) Spain seemed in no hurry to decolonize those lands.(4) they must decolonize French Polynesia(5) We had a policy under which the nations of the so-called ├ö├ç├┐developing world,├ö├ç├û today, would have been decolonized immediately at the end of the war, under U.S. power.(6) Out of fear of becoming decolonized as a part of the Netherlands Antilles, Aruba opted for separate status.(7) When Britain tried to decolonise Rhodesia in the 1960s, it was opposed by the white settlers who eventually made the Unilateral Declaration of Independence in 1965.(8) If British governments ever pursued a distinct policy of decolonization , it was in the Afro-Caribbean world between 1960 and roughly 1966.(9) It has been felt all the more now that most of the African countries have been decolonised and ever since South Africa held its first democratic election in 1994.(10) At home, the indigenous population came out from under the regimes of the protectors and directors of native welfare, and with the arrival of a Labor government, plans were set for Papua New Guinea to be decolonised .(11) He became a critic of all policies of decolonization of territories which he considered an integral part of France.(12) It wasn't only Africa that was decolonized ; the end of empire was also a process of decolonialization.(13) These developments are I think to be understood in the context of the final phases of decolonisation and the Cold War.(14) These weak states originally were European colonies that achieved sovereignty as a result of decolonization .(15) In Canada and the United States, we tend to think of ourselves as being far ahead of other Indigenous peoples in decolonising this continent.(16) Britain could be seen as conquering the Transkei, and Afrikaners as decolonizing it.
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