Imperialism and Peace

Authors

  • D. D. Kosambi

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-003-02-1951-06_2

Keywords:

Imperialism

Abstract

We do not have, today, the peace yearned for by millions all over the world. In Korea we see a full-scale modem war waged relentlessly against an entire nation whose one wish, for centuries, has been unity, with independence from foreign aggression. In Malaya and Indo-China two decaying imperialist powers struggle desperately to maintain the privileges of an outworn colonial system over the opposition of people who will no longer be denied freedom. Military operations in Greece, Indonesia, Kashmir, Palestine, have shown us for five years other facets of the same malignant activity.

Published

1951-06-01

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Section

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