By Alan McPherson, Yannick Wehrli
Even notwithstanding it didn't hinder international warfare II, the League of countries left a long-lasting legacy. This precedent-setting overseas association created very important associations and projects in exertions, economics, tradition, technology, and extra, from the overseas hard work association to tasks concentrating on schooling, taxation, food, and different matters. in a different way marginalized in worldwide international relations, Latin american citizens have been concerned, and sometimes acted as leaders, in lots of League-related actions and made a couple of confident contributions to the League. during this e-book most advantageous students from Europe and the Americas examine Latin American management and reports within the League of countries. utilizing examine in often missed collections, Beyond Geopolitics makes groundbreaking contributions to the research of Latin American diplomacy, the heritage of the League of countries, and the wider tale of cooperation throughout borders.
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18. Concha to Peruvian delegation, 4 September 1935, libro copiador 124 “Consulados y varios,” 1935, ACMRE. 19. República de Chile, Memoria, 347; and Report of Rivas Vicuña on the 16th session of the Assembly, 1st December 1935, fondos históricos, vol. 1485, 24, AGHC. 20. Saavedra Lamas to Ruiz Guiñazú, 10 September 1935, AMREC. 21. Société des Nations, “Actes de la seizième session ordinaire de l’Assemblée,” 107–12. 22. Concha to Legation in Colombia, 19 October 1935, and Concha to Legation in Argentina, 27 October 1935, libro copiador 122, legación 1, 1935, ACMRE.
For the others, diplomatic action was taken in parallel at the League in Geneva and in the Pan-American area in Buenos Aires during the inter-American conference. For some, the solution lay in a new continental organization. For others, a treaty would be enough. The other approach was to reform the covenant to organize collective security based on regional agreements and to weaken sanctions. Withdrawals from the League by Chile, Venezuela, and Peru in 1938 and 1939 were due to the failure of the reform proposals, which denied them guarantees to not be drawn into a European conflict.
25. ” in Latin America 1810–2010: Dreams and Legacies, ed. Claude Auroi and Aline Helg (London: Imperial College Press, 2011), 67–82. 26. Much of the 1 July 1924 speech is reproduced in “La République de Haiti”; “La Presse Française enfin s’intéresse à la Cause Nationale Haïtienne,” Le Nouvelliste, 12 January 1925, 1. 00/2041, Central Decimal Files Relating to Internal Affairs of Haiti, 1910– 1929, RG 59. 28. Fabio Fiallo, The Crime of Wilson in Santo Domingo (Havana: Arellano, 1940), 19. 29. Gustavo Adolfo Mejía, Acuso a Roma: “Yo contra el invasor” (Havana: El Figaro, 1920), 5–6.