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Publisher: Lexington Books/Fortress Academic PublishedOn: 2006-01-28
ISBN: 9780739104897 EAN: 9780739104897
Publication Year: 2006 Type: Textbook
Format: Hardcover Language: English
Publication Name: Imperialism ON Trial : International Oversight of Colonial Rule in Historical Perspective Item Height: 0.8in.
Item Length: 9.2in. Item Width: 6.3in.
Item Weight: 14.3 Oz Number of Pages: 188 Pages

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The creation of the League of Nations Permanent Mandates Commission (PMC) at the close of World War I and its successor, the United Nations Trusteeship Council (TC), following World War II, were watersheds in the history of modern imperialism. For the first time, the international community had asserted that the well-being of colonial peoples was not merely the private concern of metropolitan states, but a shared responsibility of humankind that transcended national boundaries. Editors R.M. Douglas, Michael D. Callahan, and Elizabeth Bishop have assembled a wide array of scholars to assess the relative weight to be placed on international influence in the process of decolonization. Across a broad cross-section of geographical and political settings, Imperialism on Trial reveals the operation of the complicated and often conflicted dynamic between the national and international dimensions of colonialism in its final and most historically consequential phase. Book jacket.
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PublisherLexington Books/Fortress Academic
ISBN-100739104896
ISBN-139780739104897
eBay Product ID (ePID)48678221
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AuthorR. M. Douglas
Publication NameImperialism ON Trial : International Oversight of Colonial Rule in Historical Perspective
FormatHardcover
LanguageEnglish
Publication Year2006
TypeTextbook
Number of Pages188 Pages
Dimensions
Item Length9.2in.
Item Height0.8in.
Item Width6.3in.
Item Weight14.3 Oz
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Lc Classification NumberJv151.I54 2006
ReviewsA valuable contribution to the historical debate over twentieth-century colonialism, especially between wars. All of these essays raise important questions and indicate the rich potential of a subject like the interaction of imperialism and internationalism in the contemporary world., This is an innovative and original collection of essays on a topic of considerable contemporary interest.... The scope of the collection ranges widely, to include India and Japan as well as the Middle Eastern and African mandates, and also includes contributions on the domestic repercussions of these 'international responsibilities', the reactions of the NAACP in the United States, and the Left in the United Kingdom. This is a most valuable contribution to the history of a very particular kind of 'late imperialism', or more properly, as the title indicates, of 'international oversight'. It is also timely in its treatment of issues which have not, as might have been anticipated, entirely disappeared from the international scene.
Table of ContentChapter 1 Foreword Chapter 2 Editors' Introduction Chapter 3 "Mandated Territories Are Not Colonies": Britain, France, and Africa in the 1930s Chapter 4 A Question of Trust: The Government of India, the League of Nations, and Mohandas Gandhi Chapter 5 Economic Imperialism in the Palestine Mandate Chapter 6 Japan's Retention of the South Seas Mandate, 1922-1947 Chapter 7 Black Powerlessness in a Liberal Era: The NAACP, Anti-Colonialism, and the United Nations, 1942-1945 Chapter 8 A Higher State of Imperialism? The Big Three, the UN Trusteeship Council and the Early Cold War Chapter 9 An Offer They Couldn't Refuse: The British Left, Colonies, and International Trusteeship, 1941-1951
Copyright Date2006
Target AudienceScholarly & Professional
TopicImperialism, General
Lccn2006-920373
Dewey Decimal325/.3
Dewey Edition22
GenreHistory, Political Science