Legacy of Colonialism

GUESTS: THOMAS UTHUP Political professor and research associate at the Institute of Global and Cultural Studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton. SULAYMAN NYANG Professor of African studies at Howard University in Washington, DC, and the author of Islam, Christianity and African Identity. ROBERT KAPLAN Senior fellow at the New America Foundation, contributing editor of The Atlantic Monthly. When this century began, much of the world was ruled from Europe. The past fifty years have witnessed a rapid wave of decolonization across Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Will the imprint of colonialism still have a significant effect on the global economy and international relations in the 21st Century? Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at the legacy of colonialism.



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