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E. Fayle B, A. H. Snow 4 , Walter Lippmann li, H. N. Brailsford 6 and E. D. MoreF advocated the application of the doctrine of paramountcy of native welfare and "Open Door" in all colonial areas under the supervision of a permanent international machinery. These suggestions were discussed in February 1918 at the London Inter-Allied Labour and Socialist Conference and a detailed memoranda envisaging the International Mandates System was prepared. 8 In January 1918, the renowned American colonial expert George Louis Beer, in his confidential report to President Wilson on the problems likely to be discussed at the Paris Peace Conference, proposed a Mandate System for Mesopotamia and the detached German colonies.

Lange, the veteran Norwegian organiser of Inter-Parliamentary Union, viewed the colonial problem as one of accessibility of raw materials and markets. 3 But before these utopian ideas could take concrete shape, the Colonial Powers were reluctantly drawn into the vortex of the catastrophic conflict of the Second World War. In December 1939 the Mandates Commission held its last session, and international supervision over the mandated territories was suspended thereafter. 4. INTERNATIONAL TRUSTEESHIP IN EMBRYO The outbreak of the Second World War marked a turning point in the evolution of the International Trusteeship System.

J. F. Boyer (Australia), E. J. Tarr (Canada), Paul Rivet (France), Lord Hailey and A. Creech Jones (U. ), Sir Ramaswamy Mudalier and Sir M. ZafruIla Khan (India), Walter Nash (New Zealand), G. H. C. Hart (Netherlands), Philip C. Jessup and Ralph J. ). " It was also agreed that the proposed International Authority should include not only non-Colonial Powers but also representatives of the indigenous people. As regards the powers of such an Authority, the British delegate maintained that there could not be a divorce of power from responsibility.

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