International Security: The American Role in Collective Action for Peace

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INDEX
Abyssinia, 146
Aggression, President F. D. Roosevelt's definition of, 120; determination of an aggressor nation, 137, 141, 150
Air armaments, 49
American Bar Association, 29
American Federation of Labor, en­dorses World Court, 30
American Legion, attitude toward World Court, 30
American War Mothers, opposes World Court, 30
Anglo-Japanese alliance, 67, 68
Arbitration, American policy con­cerning, 81-88, 128, 130
Argentine Anti-War Pact, 45, 94, 119, 123, 126, 134, 141, 145; signatories to, 76; extracts from, 76, 117, 134
Arms embargoes. See Embargoes.
Arms traffic, 147; conference of 1925, 52, 122; U. S. investigation of, 61, 123; in Chaco dispute, 80, 136, 142, 145; U. S. proposals at Geneva, 123; arms embargo against aggressor nations, 137, 141, 143, 144
Austria, 76
Baldwin, Stanley, 49
Beard, C. A., 10
Belgium, 133
Bliss, General Tasker H., 33
Bolivia, 17, 134, 136; arms embargo against, 80, 142, 145. See also Chaco.
Borah, William E., opposes World Court, 32, 44; urges outlawry of war, 33, 38; opposes consultation pacts, 70, 97; resolution concerning Mexico, 115
Brazil, 93
Briand, Aristide, 37
Briand-Kellogg Pact, 135, 136, 145; text of, 37; history of, 37-47; reservations to, 40; interpretations and amendments of, 41-46; effect of, on neutrality, 46; consultation implied in, 68; permits war in self-defense, 119, 120
Brown, Arthur W., 79
Bryan, William Jennings, negotiates conciliation treaties, 89- 93
Bulgaria, 76
Burton, Theodore E., 141
Butler, Nicholas Murray, 38
Canada, U. S. relations with, 48
Capper, Arthur, 141
Castle, William R., 17
Chaco, 124, 134, 136; warfare in, 17, 144; U. S. consultations concerning, 78, 79
Chile, 93
China, 142; dispute with Soviet government, 42, 43; dispute with Japanese government, 43, 145; Nine-Power Treaty and, 118
Collective Security, definition of, 110; contribution of U. S. toward, 105, 109, 117 f.; possibility of further U. S. contribution, 150-152
Colombia, 17
Conciliation, American policy con­cerning, 88-95, 128, 130
Conference method, American use of, 15
Consultation, attitude of U. S. government toward, 64-80; definition of, 64; treaty provisions concerning, 64, 69; im-

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