India, Apartheid and the New World Order at the UN, 1946–1962* ALANNA O’MALLEY Leiden University The General Assembly of the UN has been discussing this question of the treatment of Indians in South Africa for the past 5 years – without result. Every year condemnation of South African policies is voiced, a discussion takes place at length at the General Assembly sessions and resolutions are passed, but no action is taken by the South African Government with the result that the position remains as before . . . . The questions arises, can we refer the matter to the Security Council? In 1951, concerned at the lack of progress of the campaign against apartheid at the United Nations (UN), Indian delegates discussed strategies to put the question before the Security Council in order to produce a more effective international policy to end the racist regime in South Africa. Efforts to debate the issue before the highest level of the UN would not succeed until 1960 when the Council for the first time officially denounced the racist policies of the South African government. However, the initiative began with the first General * The author would like to thank the editors
Journal of World History – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: Feb 27, 2020
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