Lecture 13 Outline

Lecture 13 Outline - Government 40 Lecture 13: The League...

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Government 40 Lecture 13: The League of Nations I. Introduction A. World War I ended with the US in a commanding position. B. But the result was complete failure. US rejected Wilson, the League of Nations, and Europe. The League was completely ineffective in preventing Italian aggression in Ethiopia, the German violations of the Treaty and the rise of Hitler. C. What happened? D. Review the theoretical discussion of international organizations, then look at the distribution of power in Europe at the end of WW I, the origins of Wison’s ideas and why they spread so rapidly and powerfully across the globe, then discuss the nature of his conduct at the peace conference. In so doing look at the effect of transnational non-governmental actors, communities of people who are not government officials, but who pursue their goals in one country, and then reach out to like-minded people in other countries, to urge their governments to adopt a course of action. II.
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