Armstrong, Hamilton Fish
October 1972
Foreign Affairs;Oct72, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p1
Examines the role in world politics that is being rapidly assumed by the U.S. Efforts made to demonstrate that the U.S. was on the side of peace even though it will not share the alleged risks of joining the League of Nations; Dangers of war posed by the rule of autocracies or oligarchies in foreign affairs; Theoretical significance to international relations.


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