What about Turkey?
I thoroughly enjoyed his comparison of Europe with Turkey in the debate about colonialism. Turkey is never once brought to book for its colonial past, no case is ever made for it being transformed by non-Turkish peoples to compensate for its colonial past (that lasted far longer than by Europe), let alone for its genocide of the Armenians. Only Europe is the focus.
The only point Murray was weak on, was the claim that European colonialism exploited the developing world, meaning, that the wealth of nations went only one way, towards Europe. However, the facts speak otherwise, so I add the video segment of a talk Milton Friedman gave in the 70’s dealing exactly on that subject.