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The league of nations and the rule of law 1918-1935.

A. Zimmern

The league of nations and the rule of law 1918-1935.

by A. Zimmern

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Thus the first and major function of the League is to eliminate once and for all the fear of war. Once this has been achieved, we shall witness a relaxation of tension which will manifest itself in many different forms.' Alfred Zimmern, The League of Nations and the rule of law . The League Of Nations And The Rule Of Law: - Alfred Zimmern Sanho Tree Book Further Alternative electronic access resource. Online Resource Read status Add note The diplomacy of detente: the Kissinger era - Coral Bell The League of Nations and the rule of law, - Alfred Eckhard Zimmern Book.

Unesco and Universities. An original article from the Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, Woodrow Wilson, compiled with his approval by Hamilton Foley; Woodrow Wilson's Case for the League of Nations, Princeton University Press, Princeton contemporary book review Zimmern, Alfred ; The League of Nations and the Rule of Law,

'This fine book, in effect, creates a new area of study. It is the first explicit engagement with the idea that there are special responsibilities in world politics.' Jonathan Joseph Source: International Affairs 'This fascinating, groundbreaking study provides an in-depth analysis of special responsibilities and legitimacy in Cited by: Abstract. It is increasingly accepted among historians of international political thought that the stylised stories of the emergence of International Relations as a discipline, stories usually centred on an epic first debate between idealists and realists in which the latter triumphed, are hopelessly inadequate and often entail considerable distortion of the ideas of the supposed : Peter M. R. Stirk.


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The League of Nations distinguished between original Members and states later accepted into the League, while a “Dominion or Colony” could also join the body (Art. 1(2)). The “original” Members included the allied powers and associated states as well as neutral countries, that is, the 32 signatory states of the peace treaties.

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23, No. 1, Spring The book reconsiders the role of the League of Nations as an idea and as an institution in the development of British policy, It challenges the view that London took up the league idea. The League of Nations and the Rule of Law – () "The Ethical Presuppositions of a World Order", an essay in The Universal Church and the World of Nations ().

Further reading. Jeanne Morefield (), Covenants Without Swords: Idealist Liberalism and the Spirit of Empire, on Zimmern and Gilbert Murray; NotesAlma mater: New College, Oxford.The Constitution at the Cross Roads: A Study of the Legal Aspects of the League of Nations, the Permanent Organization of Labor and the Permanent Court of International Justice.

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