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Making their Voices Heard: Expressions of World Opinion to the League of Nations during the Italo-Ethiopian Dispute (1934-1938)
In December 1934 a frontier skirmish between the Italians and Ethiopians at Walwal in southern Ethiopia touched off the Italo-Ethiopian Dispute (1934-1938). This Dispute, brought before the League of Nations, was one of a ...
Outlaw States: The United States, Nicaragua, and the Cold War Roots of the War on Terror
In the 1980s, a terrorism crisis transformed U.S. foreign policy. The Reagan administration altered the old model of Cold War containment and constructed a new offensive policy to combat state sponsored terrorism. While ...
FASHIONING GERMAN FASCISM
Hitler used the storm troopers (Sturmabteilungen; SA), the paramilitary arm of the Nazi party, to come to power in Germany. The SA gave fascist myths concrete and physical forms, and in doing so, suggested a strong alternative ...