How Did Imperialism Affect Southeast Asia

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Prior to the colonial powers expanding into Southeast Asia; one of the effects of Imperialism had on the Asians community, however, was a new economic system that was fuel on the other countries of the West until the middle of the1900s. The rule of the Colonial was also helped by the energy of the nationalistic movements and struggles, from the inner desire within the wealthy communities to increase economically in the region. The progression of exporting in nations began to drive economies, which made it past the end of Imperialism, was a crucial factor in the area 's of post-World War II growth. After gaining their independence, their ideas of the, justice laws and centralized bureaucracy that were taught from the Imperial powers contributed

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