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Current First World’s military intervention in Third World countries, whether unilateral, multilateral, or through the United Nations, has little to do with the promotion of democracy; rather, it repeats the old colonial practice of “divide and rule” in order to keep underdeveloped countries subservient to the First World’s economic and political needs.

what countries are examples of this?

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