Discuss three (3) ways in which colonialism has shaped the political structure of contemporary Caribbean societies.
The act of a nation assuming complete or partial political influence of a dependent country, territory, or people is known as colonialism. When people from one country settle in another for the goal of exploiting its people and environmental assets, this is known as colonialism.
Colonialism had an impact on our lives in terms of culture, politics, and a combination of the two. Colonialism also had important social consequences, such as the progressive transformation of Indian culture, particularly the developing middle class, in terms of lifestyle, eating habits, languages, and dress.