How Did Imperialism Affect Southeast Asia?

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Imperialism had several negative effects on South East Asia and those included a system of dependency. The Indians became heavily dependent on the British for their success. Moreover, the Indians and their freedom of speech and association were stifled by the British and this phenomena is rampant in the India society today as well. One positive impact would be on the economic development.
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