Unformatted text preview: victor. Neutrals attempted to transcend the conflict by promoting a negotiated peace. c. Point 3: During WWII, there were many instances of bandwagoning with Germany, at first, then with Hitler’s enemies after 1942. Many were hiding by abandonment. III. Conclusion: With these three points, Schroeder points out that hiding, transcending, and bandwagoning were the main strategies of protection from 1648-1945. Self-help was not as evident as neo-realists would have liked to believe....
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2010 for the course PSC 332 taught by Professor Harrelson-stephens during the Summer '10 term at Stephen F Austin State University.
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