Sudan - An Analysis of the British Colonial Policy and its Legacy

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Thesis (M.A.) from the year 2009 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Near East, Near Orient, grade: 90, Ben Gurion University, course: European Colonialism in the Middle East, language: English, abstract: In 1900 Bernard Shaw completed the difficult task of drafting the Fabian's society position in the manifest Fabianism and the Empire. The society's progressive program advocated for socialist values, social justice and women rights. Against the background of these modern and leftist values though, the society's position on imperialism is somehow astonishing. One of the motives for its supportive stand on imperialism lies in the yet valid division they made between domestic and international politics. Edward Pease's The History of the Fabian society addresses the international system, for example under terms of efficiency and colonialism. According to him "the only valid moral right to national ... possession is that the occupier is making adequate use of it for the benefit of the world community." From the "International Socialist point of view" national sovereignty and noninterference are not acceptable and the world must strive for an "international civilization" according to socialist merits. Pease as well as Bernard Shaw in Fabianism and the Empire accept colonialism as a fact and furthermore they illustrate the Great Powers' advance as colonizers "only [as] a question of time." Their exclusive focus was the benefit of the British Empire without a minimal consideration of the dignity or the right to self-determination of the people the British were occupying and exploiting. "As for parliamentary institutions for native races, that dream has been disposed of ... [t]hey are as useless to them as a dynamo to a Caribbean." Following this theoretical background, the ensuing paper will focus on the British colonial policy in Sudan. Edward Shaw points out two possible "imperial policies" of which the second is "a bureaucratic policy

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