Some outstanding problems of American foreign policy.


Philadelphia : American academy of political and social Science, 1927.

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Other Authors American Academy of Political and Social Science.
Subjects Central America.
China.
Diplomatic relations.
Mexico.
Soviet Union.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1923-1929.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Central America.
United States -- Foreign relations -- China.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Mexico.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union.
United States.
Series Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; v. 132.
Description 213 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1927.
Contents Introduction -- The United States and Russia -- The United States and China -- The United States and Central America -- The United States and Mexico -- America's possible contributions to world peace.
The foreign policy of the United States / President Coolridge -- Some observations on the Soviet problem / Edmund A. Walsh -- Russia today / Pierrepont B. Noyes -- One hundred and fifty years of American-Russian relations 1777-1927 / Jerome Davis -- Present-day Russian conditions as viewed by an impartial observer / Jacob Billikopf -- The United States and Russia as viewed by an American business man / William S. Wasserman -- Russia and Bolshevism / Alexander Kerensky -- The attitude and policy of the United States toward China / Stanley K. Hornbeck -- The economic background of the Chinese crises / Charles Hodges -- Internal reform in China / Henry W. Taft -- The United States and China / Edward H. Hume -- The aims of the Chinese nationalists / P.T. Lau -- Christian missions and the situation in China / A.L. Warnshuis -- What China expects of the United States / Dorothy T. Wong -- Shall the United States drift into war with China? / Nathaniel Peffer -- The United States as a power on the Pacific Coast / Boyd Carpenter -- The attitude of the United States toward China / Henry Kittredge Norton -- Friendship of the United States for China / Sidney L. Gulick -- Essentials to friendly relations with China / Donald M. Brodie -- Human needs being worked out in China today / T.Z. Koo -- The United States and Central America--Policy of Clay and Knox / George T. Weitzel -- The reconciliation of fact with sentiment in our dealings with Latin America / William R. Shepherd -- Relations of United States companies with Latin America / Victor M. Cutter -- The United States and Nicaragua / H.W. Dodds -- Geographic determinism in Nicaragua / Whiting Williams -- South America and our policy in the Caribbean / C.H. Haring -- The doctrine of the "Special Interest" of the United States in the region of the Caribbean Sea / Wallace Thompson -- The difficulties of idealism in international relations / William Hard -- Protecting the rights of Americans in Mexico / Guy Stevens -- Fundamentals in the present Mexican situation / J. Fred Rippy -- Mexico's internal politics and American diplomacy / Frank Tannenbaum -- Public opinion on Mexico / Norman Hapgood -- A possible method of adjusting the controversy with Mexico / Charles Cheyney Hyde -- Fair, unsettled, or increasing cloudiness? Brief comments on the Mexican situation / Ira Jewell Williams -- Elements in a constructive foreign policy / Carrie Chapman Catt -- America's contribution to world peace / Samuel McChord Crothers -- Needed: a new code of international morality / James G. McDonald -- Mobilizing for peace / Charles Stelzle.
Geographic Area United States
China
Soviet Union
Central America
Mexico
Network Numbers (OCoLC)170493
(OCoLC)ocm00170493
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