Asia under colonial domination

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Singapore-based economist Prasenjit Basu on how a collective history of Asia enables us to understand why East Asia succeeded while West Asia is in disarray. Singapore: Prasenjit Basu is a Singapore-based Asia economist, an academic and commentator whose new book, Asia Reborn, presents a compelling and comprehensive story of the continent—its ordeal with colonialism, wars, and famines in the 20th century to its present-day resurgence and renaissance. An Asian renaissance of the kind unfolding today was incomprehensible years back," says Basu. In Asia Reborn, Basu presents a modern economic and political history of the whole of Asia, told from an Asian perspective. And binds them cogently into a unified story of Asia in the 20th century and its rise from the ashes. According to him, the second half of the 20th century in Asia is better known as the era of the emergence of prosperity in the East.
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Southeast Asia Research Guide: Imperialism, Colonialism, & Nationalism

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Asia’s ordeal with colonialism

Several different Western European powers established colonies in Asia during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Each of the imperial powers had its own style of administration, and colonial officers from the different nations also displayed various attitudes towards their imperial subjects. The crown jewel of all of Britain's overseas possessions around the world, of course, was India. British colonial officers and British colonists, in general, saw themselves as exemplars of "fair play," and in theory, at least, all of the crown's subjects were supposed to be equal before the law, regardless of their race, religion, or ethnicity. Nonetheless, British colonials held themselves apart from local people more than other Europeans did, hiring locals as domestic help, but rarely intermarrying with them. In part, this may have been due to a transfer of British ideas about the separation of classes to their overseas colonies. The British took a paternalistic view of their colonial subjects, feeling a duty — the "white man's burden," as Rudyard Kipling put it — to Christianize and civilize the peoples of Asia, Africa, and the New World.
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Western imperialism in Asia

Works in English are selected to shed light on how Southeast Asia achieved modernity through structural changes, brought upon by imperialism, colonialism and nationalism, hence resources under Laos, etc. In addition, works on Thailand are included as related to nationalism, despite the fact that Thailand remained independent through the colonial period. General Bibliographies.
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Between and , three dozen new states in Asia and Africa achieved autonomy or outright independence from their European colonial rulers. There was no one process of decolonization. In some areas, it was peaceful, and orderly. In many others, independence was achieved only after a protracted revolution.
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