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Ten Years of War and Peace

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ISBN 9780674187962

Publication Date: 01/01/1927

275 pages

World

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  • Preface
  • Russia after Genoa and the Hague [Foreign Affairs, September 15, 1922, Signed “K”]
  • Two Years of American Foreign Policy [Foreign Affairs, March 15, 1923, Signed “A”]
  • The Future of the Monroe Doctrine [Foreign Affairs, March 15, 1924, Signed “C”]
  • Ten Years of War and Peace [Foreign Affairs, September 15, 1924]
  • After the Election [Foreign Affairs, December 15, 1924, Signed “E”]
  • Dissatisfied Germany [Foreign Affairs, October, 1925]
  • The Grouping of Nations [Foreign Affairs, January, 1927]
  • The European Reconquest Of North Africa [American Historical Review, July, 1912]
  • Nationality and the New Europe [Yale Review, April, 1915]
  • The Break Up of the Hapsburg Empire
  • Index

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