Indirect Rule

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The system of Indirect Rule would have been the subject of experiments in Scotland at the end of the 16th century. It was applied to manage many British colonies afterwards. In short, The British rulers ally themselves with the local aboriginal rulers by granting them great local power in exchange for their collaboration in all matters important to the real masters.

On British Indirect Rule

Indirect Rule over Québec

See also