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African Problem and the Peace Settlement

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In "African Problem and the Peace Settlement," Edmund Dene Morel provides a detailed account of the complex issues surrounding African colonization and the peace settlement following World War I. Morel delves into the economic interests driving European powers to exploit African resources, as well as the impact of colonialism on the indigenous populations.

The author's arguments are well-researched and supported by historical evidence, making a compelling case for the detrimental effects of European colonization in Africa. Morel also highlights the role of African leaders in advocating for their rights and independence, shedding light on their struggle for self-determination in the face of oppressive colonial rule.

Overall, "African Problem and the Peace Settlement" is a thought-provoking and enlightening read that sheds light on a crucial period in African history. Morel's insightful analysis offers valuable insights into the lasting repercussions of colonialism on the continent and the importance of addressing these issues in the quest for peace and justice.

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In this essay, the author directs our attention on the African continent and describes how the exploitation and colonization of Africa by European powers contributed to the then-ongoing World War. Without a just and measured settlement of African concerns, the promise is for continued warfare among nations even after the peace to be negotiated at the close of the European conflict. - Summary by KevinS

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