European Influence Has Left A Parasitic Stain On Africa
- In Ancient times, people from Southern Europe and Western Asia colonized North Africa, while people from Southeast Asia colonized Madagascar.
- In the Middle Ages, North and East Africa was further colonized by people from Western Asia.
- In the Modern Era, Western Europeans colonized all parts of the continent, culminating in the Scramble for Africa in the late 19th century. A wave of decolonization followed after World War II.
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