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Colonies.

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Imperialism was typically enforced with either direct military intervention (total control) or establishing a protectorate (where the mother country serves as a 'guide').

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Colonies, Protectorates, Spheres of Influence.

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Colonies, Protectorates, and also Spheres of Influence.

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Spheres of influence, colonies, and protectorates.

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