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India Quarterly July - September 1948

1948

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It has had to weigh its traditional sympathy for the colonial peoples against its interest in maitaining the economic strength and the friendship of the colonial powers of western Europe.' Does this mean that in the interest of success of the Marshall Plan we must support the colonial policies of the Dutch in Indonesia and of the French in Indo-China ? The American role in the work of the Un [...] For in the words of Article 73 the mebers concerned accept the obligation to promote to the utmost the well-bing of the inhabitants 'within the system of international peace and security established by the present Charter.' Thus here beyond any peradventure the promotion of the well-being of the inhabitants is subordinated to or as the very maximum put on the same level as the 'system of [...] Those who will argue in the negative will point out that the subordination of the well-being of the inhabitants of non-selgoverning territories to the exigencies of security of the metropolitan country or at any rate the equation between the interests of the inhabitants and the interests of security is a necessary consequence from the fact that these territories and their inhabitants are in mo [...] The Sub-Committee charged to examine and to make recommendations on the eight proposed trusteeship agreements agreed unanimously with 'the view expressed by the delegation of the Netherlands that the principle set forth in Article 73 of the Charter of the United Nations that the interests of the inhbitants of the Non-Self-Governing Territories are paramount and the gneral obligations acce [...] Unlike the Madates System which was based conceptually at any rate on the idea of the paramountcy of the interests of the inhabitants of territories under mandate the Trusteeship System appears to be founded on the idea of the paramountcy of the national security interests of the administering authority.

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Cover i-ii Maurice Gwyer, Zakir Hussain, P.S. Lokanathan

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Frontmatter i-ii Maurice Gwyer, Zakir Hussain, P.S. Lokanathan

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Recent Trends in American Foreign Policy 215-224 John C. Campbell

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United Nations Trusteeship and League of Nations Mandate Systems 224-240 Leo Gross

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Some Reflections on Indo-Australian Relations 240-252 B.P. Adarkar

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Economic Development of Asia and the Far East 252-258 D.K. Malhotra

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India’s Trade and Payments After Partition 258-264 A.N. Subrahmanyam

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Indians Overseas 265-273 C. Kondapi

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India and the World 273-279 Maurice Gwyer, Zakir Hussain, P.S. Lokanathan

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Reviews and Notices 280-295 Maurice Gwyer, Zakir Hussain, P.S. Lokanathan

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Notes and Memoranda 295-300 T. Rao

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Backmatter i-ii Maurice Gwyer, Zakir Hussain, P.S. Lokanathan

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98
SARF Document ID
sarf.120210

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