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A geopolitics of anti-slavery in the Indian Ocean



The fight against trafficking led by the United Kingdom in the Indian Ocean, particularly in Zanzibar, is reread through the prism of geopolitical relations and the colonial ambitions of the British crown.

At a time when debates on humanitarian intervention have resurfaced in the wake of current conflicts, it is worth looking at the history of this concept and its place in international law. Far from being born out of the Second World War or even the Cold War, the idea of intervening in a country’s internal affairs in the name of human rights actually originated with the British fight against the slave trade and slavery in the 19th century.

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A geopolitics of anti-slavery in the Indian Ocean