Imperialism, the policy of acquiring colonies
the policy of extending rule or authority of an empire or nation over foreign countries, or acquiring or holding colonies or dependencies
Imperialism is the policy of extending the rule or authority of an empire or nation over foreign countries, or of acquiring and holding colonies and dependencies.
Britain applied for the policy of mercantilism to its American colonies through the Navigation Acts. It led to inflation and alienation in the colonies.
Under the economic policy of mercantilism the thing that the colonies did not have to do was Manufacture the same items that were produced to England ------> Is MpK
they needed cheap labor for their american colonies
A policy of taking colonies and building an empire is known as imperialism. An example of imperialism would be the former British Empire.
That is a policy goal of preventing more countries from developing or acquiring nuclear weapons. Michael Montagne
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This policy is known as assimilation.
This means to not enforce laws, particularly where the enforcement may have counterproductive results.It is often used to describe the British policy of leniency in dealng with trade matters in the American colonies. This refers to the British not strictly enforcing parliamentary laws to keep the colonies obedient.the british policy of leaving the american colonies alone.
Salutary neglect was Britain's policy of ignoring the colonies. Prime Minister Walpole had believed that if the colonies were left to their own devices, they would flourish. This was the attitude toward the colonies until 1763. Any laws that might restrict the colonists were routinely ignored.
1) Policy of colonization by establishing business or trade units 2) Anexure of colonies using military conquests 3) Policy of providing defense and in lieu asking for some territories.
The Open Door policy prevented nations form establishing colonies in China.