Table of contents for Negotiating decolonization in the United Nations : politics of space, identity, and international community / by Vrushali Patil.

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Acknowledgments
Introduction 											
Chapter One: Kinship Politics and Space, Identity and International Community Prior to Legal Decolonization: The Problem and the Query			
Chapter Two: (Re)negotiating the Colonial Problematic: The UN Charter, the Emergence of Asia-Africa, and the Anti-Colonial Challenge to Kinship
Chapter Three: The Limits of the Anti-Colonial Critique: Anti-Colonialists? Visions and Divisions																			
Chapter Four: Contending Perspectives?: The Overlap between Colonialist and Anti-Colonialist Narratives on Dependency and Sovereignty		
	
Chapter Five: Masculinity, Time and Brotherhood: Resolving the Colonial Problematic
Chapter Six: Conclusion: Twentieth Century Transformations of Space, Identity and International Community
Appendix: Tables and Figures								
Notes
Bibliography
Index	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Decolonization.
Colonies (International law).
United Nations.
Afro-Asian politics.