A short history of international affairs, 1920 to 1934.

; Royal Institute of International Affairs
London, Oxford University Press, H. Milford, 1934.

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Other Authors Royal Institute of International Affairs.
Subjects World politics.
Description 351 pages
Copyright Date 1934.
Contents The period of settlement, 1920-1925. The world in 1920 ; Western Europe: the allies and Germany ; The reparation problem: to the occupations of the Ruhr ; The reparation problem: from the occupation of the Ruhr to the Dawes Plan ; The problem of security: to the Locarno Treaties ; The settlement in Eastern Europe ; The external policy of Soviet Russia ; The Islamic world -- The period of fulfillment, 1925-1930. The world in 1925 ; The foreign policy of Italy and South-Eastern Europe ; The problem of disarmament, 1925-30 ; America and the League of Nations ; International relations on the American continent ; Nationalism, Zionism, and the Arab ; China to 1930 -- The period of crisis, 1930-34. The world in 1930 ; The economic crisis and the end of reparation ; China, Manchuria, and Japan ; Europe and the disarmament conference ; The world in 1934.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)391138
(OCoLC)ocm00391138
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Gathorne-Hardy, G. M. 1878-1972.
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