Between Anarchy and Society: Trusteeship and the Obligations of Power

By William Bain | Go to book overview

Contents
1 Introduction 1
The Conversation of Trusteeship8
Encountering Difference13
Virtue, Inequality, and Tutelage21
2 The Obligations of Power 27
From Merchant to Sovereign in British India27
The Claim to Rule32
The Relation of Ruler and Subject37
The Purpose of the Office of Government43
Providing Protection, Directing Improvement50
3 The Internationalization of Trusteeship 53
Attitudes Towards Africa53
The Dual Mandate58
The Berlin Conference63
Trusteeship and the Congo Free State68
The Ladder of Civilization74
4 Trusteeship as an Institution of International Society 78
War and the Old Diplomacy78
Trusteeship or Annexation?82
From the New World86
The Mandates System90
Impasse at Versailles94
Trusteeship or Deception?101
Novelty and Tradition106
5 The Destruction of the Legitimacy of Trusteeship 108
The Atlantic Charter and the Future of Empire108
The Reform of Empire114
Trusteeship and the Charter of the United Nations121
The End of Empire129
Human Equality and the Illegitimacy of Trusteeship137
6 The New Paternalism 140
The False Promise of Post-Colonial Independence140
Innovation and Convention145

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Between Anarchy and Society iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • 2: The Obligations of Power 27
  • 3: The Internationalization of Trusteeship 53
  • 4: Trusteeship as an Institution of International Society 78
  • 5: The Destruction of the Legitimacy of Trusteeship 108
  • 6: The New Paternalism 140
  • 7: Trusteeship, International Society, and the Limit of Obligation 173
  • Bibliography 193
  • Index 207
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