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League of Nations, a vital necessity in the modern world

League of Nations. Secretariat. Information Section.

League of Nations, a vital necessity in the modern world

addresses delivered on the occasion of the 100th session of the Council, January 27th, 1938.

by League of Nations. Secretariat. Information Section.

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Published by Information Section in Geneva .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • League of Nations

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination43 p.
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15427473M

    Get this from a library! The League of Nations. [Ruth B Henig] -- "Many of the peacemakers who came to Paris in had thought deeply about establishing an international body of stature and authority to prevent war from breaking out again in the future. Large.   The League of Nations, battered though it had been, was still an august instrument which would have invested any challenge to the new Hitler war-menace with the sanctions of international law. Under the strain the Americans merely shrugged their shoulders, so that in a few years they had to pour out the blood and treasures of the New World to.

      One of the things which stands out prominently in the picture of the First World War is the uncritical identification of the cause of Christianity with the cause of the Allied Nations. “The flag and the Cross,” a trusted Christian leader declared in , “are now both working for the same ends.”. The roots of conservative Christian skepticism of international politics run deep. In this original work Markku Ruotsila artfully unearths the historical and theological origins of evangelical Christian thought on modern-day international organizations and U.S. foreign policy, particularly in the fierce debates over the first truly international body—the League of Nations.

    customary norms of behavior.[22] With transitions in modern conflict, an increase in civil wars, and a rise in non-state actors, it is evident that the United Nations and its principle organs face prevalent obstacles in mediating the international security risks posed by modern conflict. E-International Relations ISSN Page 2/ It is, therefore, a matter of vital interest and concern to the people of the United States that the sanctity of international treaties and the maintenance of international morality be restored. The overwhelming majority of the peoples and nations of the world today want to live in peace. They seek the removal of barriers against trade.


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