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The background of international relations; our world horizons: national and international,

Author: Charles Hodges
Publisher: New York, J. Wiley & Sons, Inc.; London, Chapman & Hall, Limited, 1931.
Series: Wiley social science series.
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Hodges, Charles, 1894-
Background of international relations.
New York, J. Wiley & Sons, inc.; London, Chapman & Hall, limited, 1931
(OCoLC)562226834
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Hodges
OCLC Number: 3807634
Notes: Map and diagram on lining-papers.
Description: xvi, 743 pages illustrations (including maps) diagrams 24 cm.
Contents: I: Windows on the world --
1. The realities of world politics --
2. The approach to international relations --
Foundations --
II: The nations --
3. International society in three worlds --
4. The conflict of civilizations --
III: The human setting --
5. Environment and national destiny --
6. Barrier and highway in world life --
7. The human side of world politics --
IV: The swarming of the nations --
8. The westward movement of world power --
9. The passing of world frontiers --
Structures --
V: The society of nations --
10. The family of nations: a modern world institution --
11. The law of nations: the legal basis of world life --
12. International intercourse: the foreign relations of nations --
13. World organization --
14. Pre-war international organization --
15. Post-war international organization --
VI: The business of the nations --
16. Empires of business: the industrial revolution in world --
17. Economic nationalism: its politics and diplomacy --
18. Bringing international organization to the business world --
Working forces --
VII: Nationalism, imperialism and inter-nationalism --
19. Modern nationalism: "the idea of country" --
20. Imperialism: its characteristics and consequences --
21. Internationalism: the nations and the world --
World horizons --
VIII: The public and foreign affairs --
22. The nerves of world politics: international communications --
23. World news: the press and the nations --
24. Public opinion in world affairs: the popular control of foreign relations --
Consequences --
IX: The nation in arms --
25. War in the world of nations: causes and effects --
26. The future of force in international society: armament limitation, security, and the outlawry of war --
27. International justice: the growth of world law and public right in international society --
X: The future of international society --
28. The prospects of world politics: the conditions of eventual peace.
Series Title: Wiley social science series.
Responsibility: by Charles Hodges ...

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