The League of Nations in Hungary's Thinking About Foreign Policy

Zeidler, Miklós
March 2013
Hungarian Quarterly;Spring2013, Vol. 53 Issue 205/206, p170
Academic Journal
The essay examines the impact of the League of Nations, an international government agency created in the aftermath of World War I, on the development of Hungarian foreign policy. The author argues that Hungarian nationalism hindered the nation's rapprochement with the League and explains Hungary's accession process. Problems faced by Hungary as a member of the League due to the antisemitic policies of Hungarian universities and real estate conflicts with Romania are then outlined.


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