By G. John Ikenberry, Zhu Feng, Wang Jisi
This e-book brings jointly twelve students six americans and 6 chinese language to discover the methods the United States and China take into consideration overseas order. The e-book indicates how every one country's traditions, ancient stories, and ideologies impact present worldwide dialogues.
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56 The Senate rejected Wilson’s League of Nation plan, and support for other interventions seemed to dial back. One key example was Franklin Roosevelt’s subsequent Good Neighbor Policy of 1933 that denounced US intervention in the domestic affairs of Latin American states. International Norms and Hegemonic Power In the wake of World War II, the Charter of the United Nations reinforced the norm of sovereignty and the sanctity of territorial borders. The United States generally supported the decolonization movement.
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