Syllabus on International Relations

By Parker Thomas Moon; Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.) | Go to book overview

H. THE CONCERT SINCE THE WAR.
Disruption of the old Concert by the War.
2. The League of Nations as a more inclusive and stronger Concert (below).
3. Continuation of close relations and conferences among Allies as an attempt to perpetuate a concert within the Concert.

III. THE CONCERT OF AMERICA--THE PAN-AMERICAN
CONFERENCES
Special references:-- * Harley, 15-17. J. B. Lockey, Pan-Americanism, Its Beginnings (with bibliography). # J. Barrett, The Pan-American Union. # J. H. Latané, From Isolation to Leadership, ch. viii. Latané, United States and Latin America. Robertson W. S., Hispanic-American Relations with the United States. D. Y. Thomas, One Hundred Years of the Monroe Doctrine. G. Stuart, Latin America and the United States. J. B. Moore, Principles of American Diplomacy. Also references in Part 3, XIV.
A. ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT.
1. Secretary Blaine's plan for a conference, 1881.
2. The First Conference of American States (Washington, 1889) and the creation of a Bureau of American Republics.
3. The Second Conference ( Mexico City, 1901) and the treaty for compulsory arbitration of financial claims.
4. The Third Conference (Rio de Janeiro 1906) and the extension of the treaty.
5. The Fourth Conference (Buenos Ayres, 1910) and the Pan-American Union.
6. The Fifth Conference (Santiago, 1923) and the treaty for postponement of war until after investigation and report by an international commission.
7. Pan-American financial and scientific conferences.

B. SERVICE IN PROMOTING SOLIDARITY AND PREVENTING CONFliCTS.

C. DESIRE OF NUMEROUS PUBliCISTS THAT THE CONFERENCE SHOULD
DEVELOP INTO A STRONGER UNION, AN AMERICAN LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

D. SUSPICIOUS ATTITUDE OF SOME LATIN-AMERICAN GOVERNMENTS
TOWARD U. S.--AN OBSTACLE TO SOLIDARITY.

E. RELATION TO LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

IV. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION FOR NON-POLIT-
ICAL PURPOSES--TO 1920

References:-- * Poole, 83-90 * Hughan, 89-102. # Potter, 267-88. # Hicks, 188-97. Woolf, International Government. Reinsch, Public International Unions. Sayre, Experiments in International Administration. Chamberlain, Régime of International Rivers. League of Nations, Handbook of International Organizations. P. Bruneau, Le röle du haut commandement au point de vue économique.

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