V. PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL COÖPERATIONReferences:-- # Hicks, 280-93. # Potter, 289-314. # Krehbiel, 126-40. League of Nations, Handbook of International Organizations.
A. LARGE NUMBER AND GREAT DIVERSITY OF UNOFFICIAL OR PRIVATE
B. SOME OUTSTANDING EXAMPLES.
|1. ||Red Cross.|
|2. ||International Chamber of Commerce.|
|3. ||Socialist Internationals.|
|4. ||International trade union federation.|
|5. ||Interparliamentary Union.|
|6. ||International business organizations such as Standard Oil and Royal
Dutch-Shell combination (above, Part 7).|
|7. ||Religious organizations such as Roman Catholic Church, Y.M.C.A.,
|8. ||Press agencies.|
|9. ||Olympic games.|
|10. ||International Institute of Bibliography.|
|1. ||Such organizations as a denial of national isolation.|
|2. ||Pacifist argument that private internationalism points way to public
|3. ||Historical development of private internationalism due to same general
cause as public international cooperation, namely, increasing intimacy of international communications, commerce, and cultural
VI. FEDERATION, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL
A. THE DEVELOPMENT OF FEDERALISM.Special references:-- * Hughan, ch. ii. Potter, 438-51. J. B. Scott, The United States of A Study in International Organization America. Carnegie Endowment, Autonomy and Federation within the Empire. Rowell, The British Empire and World Peace. Also references under I-A.
|1. ||The idea of federalism as a voluntary delegation of certain attributes
of sovereignty to a joint authority.|
|2. ||Antiquity of federalism--ancient Greek confederacies.|
|3. ||Success of federalism on a restricted scale.|
|a. ||The modern Swiss Confederation as the outgrowth of a medieval
|b. ||The United Provinces of the Netherlands.|
|c. ||The United States--Articles of Confederation, Constitution, and
ultimate triumph of federalism over state sovereignty.|
|d. ||Establishment of federal governments in Latin America, following example of the U. S.|
|e. ||Central American Federation.|
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Book title: Syllabus on International Relations.
Contributors: Parker Thomas Moon - Author, Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.) - OrganizationName.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1925.
Page number: 221.
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