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Bandung

the 1955 Afro-Asian Conference

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Prashad, V. (2008). Bandung. In Prashad, V. The Darker Nations: A People's History of the Third World. The New Press, pp. 31-50

(noun) a usually rhetorical break in the flow of sound in the middle of a line of verse / (noun) a break in the flow of sound in a verse caused by the ending of a word within a foot / (noun) break interruption / (noun) a pause marking a rhythmic point of division in a melody

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many felt that the step had been premature, that neither would Britain al­low such a caesura, nor could India survive on its own

oooh really cool use of the term

—p.33 by Vijay Prashad
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many felt that the step had been premature, that neither would Britain al­low such a caesura, nor could India survive on its own

oooh really cool use of the term

—p.33 by Vijay Prashad
notable
3 years, 11 months ago

(noun) the scope, extent, or bounds of something

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the darker nations should aspire to nothing more than a strictly local ambit

—p.40 by Vijay Prashad
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3 years, 11 months ago

the darker nations should aspire to nothing more than a strictly local ambit

—p.40 by Vijay Prashad
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3 years, 11 months ago

(noun) defensive wall

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this bloc would, alongside the socialist one, be the bulwark against "dol­lar imperialism" and offer an alternative model for development.

a UN bloc that sprang out of Bandung

—p.41 by Vijay Prashad
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3 years, 11 months ago

this bloc would, alongside the socialist one, be the bulwark against "dol­lar imperialism" and offer an alternative model for development.

a UN bloc that sprang out of Bandung

—p.41 by Vijay Prashad
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3 years, 11 months ago

the condition of self-sufficiency, especially economic, as applied to a nation; a national policy of economic independence

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But even the most anticommunist among the Bandung delegates supported the idea of some autarky for the Third World from the immense power of the First World.

—p.44 by Vijay Prashad
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3 years, 11 months ago

But even the most anticommunist among the Bandung delegates supported the idea of some autarky for the Third World from the immense power of the First World.

—p.44 by Vijay Prashad
notable
3 years, 11 months ago