... The United States as a world power. Special annual meeting number.

Philadelphia, American academy of political and social Science, 1905.

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Subjects Diplomatic relations.
Latin America -- Politics and government.
Latin America.
Monroe doctrine.
Politics and government
Territorial expansion.
United States -- Colonial question.
United States -- Foreign relations.
United States.
Series Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; vol. xxvi, no. 1.
Description vii, 179 pages 28 cm.
Copyright Date 1905.
Contents part 1. The position of the United States among the nations [by] S. Low.-pt. 2. Attitude of the United States toward other American powers [by] F.B. Loomis. Responsibilities of international leadership [by] E.R. Johnson. Europe and the United States in the West Indies [by] T. Williams. The situation in Santo Domingo [by] H.J. Hancock. Conditions in Porto Rico [by] T. Larrinaga.-pt. 3. The settlement of political affairs in the Far East [by] J.H. Wilson. Japan's position in the Far East [by] Baron K. Kaneko. American commercial interests in the Far East [by] J.H. Hammond. The internal situation in Russia [by] C.E. Smith.-pt. 4. The important elements in modern land conflicts [by] T.H. Bliss. The important elements in naval conflicts [by] G.W. Melville. The extent to which the navy of the United States should be increased [by] F. Rodgers. The training of the efficient soldier [by] W.W. Wotherspoon. The needs of the navy [by] W.H. Beehler.-pt. 5. Proceedings of the annual meeting.
Geographic Area United States
Latin America
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4402356
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