How Modern-Day Liberal Internationalism is Fundamentally Neocolonialist

The most dangerous part of a rich foreigner helping poor locals "develop" is how they inadvertently mention how certain "universal" values and ideologies are the basis for people to get richer and more civilized. This is neocolonialism at its finest.

How Modern-Day Liberal Internationalism is Fundamentally Neocolonialist
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