The Colonization Of Economic, Democratic And Industrial Effects On The Colonised Countries

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The overall reputation of the large Colonial Empires is that their interaction with other nations in order to colonise them, has negatively affected those colonised nations. This essay, however will argue that the colonisation of countries had positive effects and outcomes for both the Empire and the colonised countries themselves. It has been stated that the main aim of the colonial powers was conquest, expansion, seeking resources and trading these resources with other countries. While this has the markings to be an essay that focuses on the negative impacts of these aims, it will be discussing the positive side of the argument. That there is a positive relationship between the Empires and their legacies of economic, democratic and industrial effects on the colonised countries. These, as well the cross-cultural exchange that occurs during colonisation, had the foundation to build the modern world that we are currently living in. This essay will discuss how the various Empires were able to depart their ideas upon their colonised nations in such a way that there are long-term benefits that are being reaped from now prosperous and stable nations. The economic growth from colonised countries post-colonisation can and should be admired. The trade routes that are opened between countries are itself a mark of successful colonisation. The Portuguese colonies have had an increasingly positive impact on the country’s economic growth. The main source of economic advantage has

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