imposition of new forms of government

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prpeggy

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Chinese-Taiwan
From by THE WEALTH OF HUMANS by Ryan Avent:

Societies with strong social capital can survive and outlast institutional chaos, such as a crisis of confidence in a government. Societies without complementary social capital will not benefit much from the imposition of new forms of government on them by outsiders.

"The imposition of new forms of government on them by outsiders" sounds like an invasion to me. How can any societies benefit from that?
Thanks for response.
 
  • GreenWhiteBlue

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    USA - English
    Did Japan, which had been a bellicose Empire that started the Second World War in Asia, and that conquered Taiwan as a colony, benefit from the democratic government imposed by the United States during its occupation of conquered Japan after 1945?
     
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