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Publication Date: 2002
The First World War peace settlements were the most complex rearrangement of the international system ever attempted. They are the starting point for many of today s flashpoints, as well as the origins of the current international system. The emergence of ethnocentric states, disputed borders, arms control and international governance are just some of the issues facing the international system today that have their origins in the post First World War period. Erik Goldstein s The First World War Peace Settlements covers the period from the end of the First World War through to the 1925 Locarno Pact, and focuses on events which occurred at the Paris Peace Conference, where the broad outlines of the postwar order were worked out. Areas covered include: The dramatic leap forward of international governance The principle of war crimes trials The establishment of a Permanent Court of International Justice The creation of an International Labour Organization Arms control Written in a clear and accessible manner, the book also contains maps, a glossary, chronology and documents section to provide students with an invaluable guide to the First World War Peace Settlements and their relevance to events in international relations today. Erik Goldstein is Professor of International Relations and Chairman of the Department of International Relations at Boston University.Goldstein, Erik is the author of 'First World War Peace Settlements, 1919-1925', published 2002 under ISBN 9780582311459 and ISBN 0582311454.
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