Originally published in 1920, International Politics provides a general introduction to the subject by looking in detail at the international political situation at the time of writing as well as key issues that frequently appear in these situations. Conclusions are then drawn on which aspects of politics could be improved upon and the function of public opinion as well as providing economic facts to illustrate these points. This title will be of interest to students of politics and political history.
Part One: Description of the Contact of Peoples in Government, Trade and General; 1. International Politics and the Past 2. Sovereign States 3. Differences of Culture 4. Undeveloped Countries 5. International Trade; Part 2: Description of the International Organisation of the Contacts of Peoples; 6. Diplomacy 7. Official International Organisation 8. Unofficial International Organisations
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