International relations of the United States.


Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1914.

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Subjects Internationale Politik.
Mexico -- Foreign relations -- United States.
Monroe doctrine.
USA.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Mexico.
United States -- Foreign relations.
Series Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; v. 54.
Description 357 pages ; 24 cm.
Notes Copy 1 of H1.A4 with : Government regulation of water transportation - - Women in public life /James P. Lichtenberger. Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1914. Bound together subsequent to publication. DLC
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents I. Present status of the Monroe doctrine; A Pan-American policy; The Monroe doctrine modernized by J. Barrett. A study of Iberic-America by F.E. Chadwick. The present status of the Monroe doctrine by. C.N. Chester. The Monroe doctrine and its application to Haiti by W.A. MacCorkle. The Latin view of the Monroe doctrine by L. Grahame. The South American view as to the Monroe doctrine by P. Hibben. The Monroe doctrine and Latin America by J. Wheless. The effects of the Panama canal on our relations with Latin America by J.H. Latane. The Monroe doctrine and the Canning myth by C.H. Sherill. The attitude of Europe toward the Monroe doctrine by A.M. LOW. What European countries think of the Monroe doctrine by H. Kraus. The meaning of the Moscow doctrine by C.M. Pepper. The Monroe doctrine : a solution of its problems by P.M. Brown. The Monroe doctrine and the foreign policy of the United States in the Western hemisphere by J.J. Slechta. The Monroe doctrine by A. Loria. The Monroe doctrine by A. Phillet. -- II. The Mexican situation; Its problems and obligations; The policy of the United States toward Mexico by A.B. Hart. Errors with reference to Mexico and events that have occurred there by H.L. Wilson. The Mexican situation by H. Clews. The Constitutionalist party in Mexico: what it is fighting for by R.v. Pesqueira. The duty of the United States toward Mexico by f.W. Mondell. Mexico by a.g. fox. mexico and her people by A.b. Mason. A revision of American policies by S.N. Patten. Mexico, its people and its problem by C.E. Gillette. The remedy for Mexico by L.C. Wells. The scope and limits of our obligations toward Mexico by L.S. Rowe. American citizens in foreign countries by R.J. Kerr. -- III. the policy of the United States in the Pacific; Factors affecting the policy of the United States in the Pacific by C.H. Stockton. The policy of the United States in the Pacific by E.C. Stowell. The United States and the Far east; an economic and military program by R. Winwright. The relations of the United States with China and Japan by T. Iyeneg. The relations between Japan and the United States by J.g. Kasai. -- IV. the elements of a constructive American foreign policy: A constructive peace policy for America by J.P. Norton. The foreign policy of the United States by T.P. gore. The elements of a constructive American foreign policy by W.M. Shuster. A practical diplomacy by E.W. Townsend. The truth about state regulation of utilities in Wisconsin by G.C. Mathews. -- Book department. -- Index.
Geographic Area United States
Mexico
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00169632
(OCoLC)169632
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