Globalization and Indigenous Peoples

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Essay #: 051882
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Globalization and indigenous peoples
This paper will look at whether or not globalization has improved or diminished the aspirations of indigenous peoples. The paper will discuss the fact that, historically, colonialism has done little more than drain funds out of the global south and into the global north; ostensibly, though in a more subtle way, this is continuing today. At the same time, the peoples of the global south are being forced to play the game of internal development and global trade on somebody else’s terms – the west’s, in short – and this means, especially for the purposes of this paper, that they are forced into putting up with...
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