8) Robert Jackson, The Global Covenant: Human Conduct in a World of State (New York: Oxford University Press, 2000); and William Bain, Between Anarchy and Society: Trusteeship
and the Obligations of Power (New York: Oxford University Press, 2003).
One of the most compelling arguments is to draw on an old legal institution: international trusteeship
by the United Nations (U.
Dysfunctional relationships are often major sources of risk in trusteeships
is morally obligated to send military forces to West Africa to help establish a UN trusteeship
for the region's failed nation states.
Hall, Mandates, Dependencies, and Trusteeships
(London: Stevens for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1948) 81 ("The League of Nations' Permanent Mandates Commission, which oversaw mandate administration, said that mandatory powers had no right of sovereignty but that the people under the mandate held ultimate sovereignty").
Nothing highlights the tension between foreign rule and self-government in today's trusteeships
Upon recommendation of the Special Committee on Organizational Streamlining, the Bylaws were amended in 1993 to grant NEA the ability to establish trusteeships
over state affiliates.
In 1950 Great Britain and Italy were each charged respectively with trusteeships
of northern and southern Somalia for independence, under the watchful eye of the UN.
The Belgian government's failure to take complete control of the territory's educational structure drew the censure of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), which monitored educational progress in the trusteeships
as part of its campaign against illiteracy.
We've barely made a dent' in the Provenzanos' machine, he admits, agreeing with Jacobson that "there must be empowerment of the rank and file if government trusteeships
are going to work.