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Taking stock, looking ahead
Joseph M. Hodge

the engine of progress in the 1930s, through to the series of Planos de Fomento of the 1950s, with their emphasis on communications, transport, and white settlement, to the onset of the colonial wars in the 1960s in which the ‘human factor’, social investment, and regional integration feature more prominently. Similarly, Françoise Dufour’s analysis of recurring discursive practices in French writing

in Developing Africa
Confronting discourses
Emma Hunter

the case of Angola, was to make possible the exportation of raw materials, produced in the colony and valued in the international exchange market: coffee, oil, diamonds, and iron. In the case of Mozambique, the development of the territory’s infrastructure anticipated not only the exportation of materials produced in the province but also greater economic regional integration

in Developing Africa
Life as a ‘martial race’ soldier
Heather Streets

’s use of martial race language reduced all three regions into areas defined primarily by their identification with warrior heroes. As a result, competing regional expressions of cultural identity were marginalised, while the messy processes of regional integration into a global imperial framework were glossed by a fixation on heroic narratives. Even today, the Highlands, the Punjab and Nepal are

in Martial races