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Strategies of French Foreign Policy after World War I
  • Jon Jacobson
  • Political Science
  • The Journal of Modern History
  • 1 March 1983
French foreign policy in the half decade following World War I has conventionally been viewed as a relentless and coordinated effort, driven by vengeance and aimed at maintaining Germany permanentlyExpand
Is There a New International History of the 1920s
SINCE THE APPEARANCE OF THE FIRST ARCHIVE-BASED WORKS on the post-World War I international order over fifteen years ago, the study of Europe during the 1920s has advanced significantly. ScholarsExpand
ECONOMIC POLICY: SIMULATING EFFECTS OF WELFARE REFORM ON DEPENDENCY, WORK, AND POVERTY
We use a version of the Simulation of Trends in Employment, Welfare, and Related Dynamics (STEWARD) model to generate provisional estimates of possible responses to Temporary Assistance to NeedExpand
When the Soviet Union entered world politics
The dissolution of the Soviet Union has aroused much interest in the USSR's role in world politics during its 74-year history and in how the international relations of the twentieth century wereExpand
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