Between Anarchy and Society: Trusteeship and the Obligations of Power

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Index
Africa 24 , 56
European view of 22 , 53 , 57-8 , 69
child-like peoples 76
exploitation 53 , 60-1 , 83-4
free trade 55-6 , 83 , 85
interests of native population 12 , 63 , 67
missionaries 17 , 54-5
moral and material development 65 , 67 , 72 , 74 , 84-5 , 166
partition 53 , 63 , 67
prevention of war 66 , 85
restitution of 25 , 54-5 , 166
state of society 55 , 59 , 76 , 190
trusteeship 61-3 , 68 , 71 , 74 , 76-7 , 84-5
see also British Empire ; Congo Free State ; Lugard, F. D. (Lord) ; slavery ; trusteeship
Alexandrowicz, C. H.:
on geographic morality and law 41-2
Ambedkar, B. R. 145
on the implications of independence 141-2
see also independence ; India
American Revolution 17 , 138 , 184
Amery, L. S. 117
Angell, Norman 127
on national independence 117-18
Annan, Kofi (Secretary General):
on humanitarian intervention 171
on sovereignty 190-1
annexation 85 , 88
Bolsheviks 86
Congo Free State 71-4 , 131
German colonies 82 , 91 , 94-5 , 97-9
Japanese mandate 125
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano 125-6
Smuts, Jan Christian 80
Wilson, Woodrow 87
see also Germany ; mandates system ; Paris Peace Conference
d'Andrade, Freire 105
Article 22 , see League of Nations
Aristotle:
on life in the polis168 , 190-1
on reason and children 2
see also international society
Ashdown, Paddy (High Representative):
on international involvement in Bosnia and Herzegovina 4-5 , 147
see also Bosnia and Herzegovina
Asquith, Herbert (Prime Minister):
on British war aims 79
Atlantic Charter 108-13 , 117 , 138
see also Churchill, Winston (Prime Minister) ; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano (President)
Attlee, Clement 120
Aungier, Gerald (Governor) 29
see also East India Company
Australia 95 , 116
national security 98
recognition of East Timor 151
United Nations trusteeship system 122
see also Hughes, W. M. (Prime Minister)
Austrian Empire 91 , 94-5
balance of power 81 , 83 , 87 , 124
Balfour, Lord 95
backward peoples, see dependent peoples
Bandung Conference (1955) 133-4
see also decolonization
barbarians 143 , 161
contemporary international society 189
inhabitants of German colonies 93
international society 169
Spanish theologians 15-16 , 182
Bearce, George:
on British perceptions of Indian society 39
Beer, George:
on German colonial administration 97
Bentinck, Lord William Cavendish (Governor General):
on education 46-7
on reform in India 45-6
on sati46
see also East India Company (British)
Belgium 69 , 71-4
see also Congo Free State
Benn, A. W. 132
on the rights of colonial peoples 138
Bentham, Jeremy:
on jurisprudence 177
Berlin Act 26 , 52 , 67 , 78-9 , 83 , 85 , 92 , 102 , 122 , 126
Congo Free State 71-4
free trade 65-6
future occupations in Africa 66
slavery 64-5

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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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