MONROE DOCTRINE: ITS IMPORTANCE IN THE INTERNATIONAL LIFE OF THE STATES OF THE NEW WORLD.
Item #: 9745
Published: Getzville; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2003.
Subjects: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, INTERNATIONAL LAW
In 1923, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peacecommissioned distinguished Chilean publicist AlejandroAlvarez to put together a collection of opinions byprominent North and South Americans on the Monroe Doctrinefor its 100th anniversary. The resulting work is a uniquegathering of documents featuring the opinions of three U.S.Presidents, three Presidents of South American nations, andmany other important statesmen and publicists. The titlealso includes a comparative study of the Doctrine asinterpreted and applied by the United States and LatinAmerica, followed by a review of its principles and theireffect on Europe.
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