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  1. 27/10/2009 · The End of the Cold War and Effects Almost as soon as he took office, President Richard Nixon (1913-1994) began to implement a new approach to international relations.

  2. contended that Wilson's wartime isolationism, as well as his peace proposals at war's end, were seriously flawed. Highlighting the fact that American delegates encountered staunch opposition to Wilson's proposed League of Nations, Bailey concluded that the president and his diplomatic staff essentially sold out, compromising important American ideals to secure mere fragments of Wilson's ...

  3. In his War Message to Congress, Wilson declared that the United States' objective was "to vindicate the principles of peace and justice in the life of the world." In several speeches earlier in the year, Wilson sketched out his vision of an end to the war that would bring a "just and secure peace," not merely "a new balance of power."

  4. 09/06/2022 · The Makers of the Modern World, London 2008, pp. 90-164; MacMillan, Peacemakers 2001, pp. 43-57; Bass, Gary J.: Stay the Hand of Vengeance. The Politics of War Crimes Tribunals, Princeton 2000, pp. 64-70; Willis, James F.: Prologue to Nuremberg. The Politics and Diplomacy of Punishing War Criminals of the First World War, Westport 1982, pp. 49-86.