Syllabus on International Relations

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PART NINE
PROBLEMS OF DIPLOMACY
General references:--The most useful general account for students is DeWitt C. Poole, The Conduct of Foreign Relations under Modern Democratic Conditions. The following are also valuable for information or points of view:-- P. B. Potter, Introduction to the Study of International Organization, parts II and VI. E. A. Walsh (ed.), History and Nature of International Relations. J. Bryce, International Relations. W. Lippmann, Stakes of Diplomacy. C. D. Burns, International Politics. Heatley, Diplomacy and the Study of International Relations. G. Young, Diplomacy Old and New. Kennedy, Old Diplomacy and New. E. Satow, A Guide to Diplomatic Practice. J. Matthews, The Conduct of American Foreign Relations. P. S. Mowrer, Our Foreign Affairs. F. Neilson, How Diplomats Make War. Ward and Gooch, Cambridge History of British Foreign Policy, III, ch. viii. B. L. Von Mackay, Die moderne Diplomatic, ihre Entwicklungsgeschichte und ihre Reformmöglichkeiten. A. S. Hershey, Diplomatic Agents and Immunities. U. S. Dept. of State, Diplomatic List (monthly). Much illustrative material may be found in memoirs of diplomats, for example, Life and Letters of Walter Hines Page. See also special references below.
I. INTRODUCTORY: THE ORGANIZATION OF
DIPLOMACY
Special references:-- * Poole, 1-40. # Potter, 71-137. Satow.
A. SOVEREIGN STATES AS THE UNITS OF DIPLOMACY (compare Part 1, I-A).
1. Sovereignty.
2. 2. The doctrine of equality.

B. DIRECTION OF FOREIGN POLICY ORDINARILY BY EXECUTIVE BRANCH OF GOVERNMENT, WITH MORE OR LESS CONTROL BY LEGISLATIVE BRANCH.

C. THE DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR SERVICES.

II. SECRECY VS. PUBLICITY

Special references:-- * Poole, 93-107. # Beard, Cross-Currents, 1-7. Gooch, Recent Revelations on European Diplomacy, 'in Jour. of the British Inst. of International Affairs, Jan. 1923. H. E. Barnes, "Assessing the Blame for the World War", in Current History, May, 1924. P. Reinsch , Secret Diplomacy. R. S. Baker, Woodrow Wilson and the World Settlement, I, pt. 1, ch. ii. Myers, "The Control of Foreign Re

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