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domination by one country of the political, economic, or cultural life of another country or region
imperialism
the application of Darwin's theory of survival of the fittest to the human species and society
social darwinism
part of an imperial power most directly controled by a mother/imperialist country
colony
country with its own government, but under the control of an outside power
protectorate
area in which an outside power claims exclusive investment or trading privileges
sphere of influence
in Islam, an effort in God'd service
jihad
provincial ruler in Ottoman empire
pasha
deliberate attempt to destroy an entire religious or ethnic group
genocide
special economic rights given to a foreign power
concessions
Hindu custom that called for a wife to join her husband in death by throwing herself on his funeral pyre (fire)
sati
Indian soldier in an army set up by the French or English East India company
sepoy
one who governed in India in the name of the British monarchy; representative who ruled one of Spain's provinces in the Americas in the king's name
viceroy
Indian tradition of the isolation of women in separate quarters
purdah
crops raised to be sold on the world marketfor profit
cash crop
difference between how much a nation imports and exports
balance of trade
payment for losses in war
indemnity
right of foreigners to be protected by the laws of their own nation
extraterritoriality