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Revisiting The Global Governance Framework In History And Understanding Its Contemporary Potential For The European Union, Olivia Christine Anderson Jan 2017

Revisiting The Global Governance Framework In History And Understanding Its Contemporary Potential For The European Union, Olivia Christine Anderson

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This study investigates the historical development and implementation of global governance theory, recognizing its collaborative framework as a critical tool in global politics. While the theory, alongside its epistemic foundations, offers productive and useful guidance for approaching transnational affairs, the question remains whether or not the application of this theory to reality has been successful and advantageous. In order to evaluate this translation, three key structures for transnational relations are examined: the Entente Cordiale, the League of Nations, and the European Union. By consulting key global governance theorists, academic assessments, as well as news reports, this paper analyzes and evaluates ...


The Indiana Congressional Delegation And Foreign Policy Issues 1939-1941, Loretta S. Glaze Nov 1971

The Indiana Congressional Delegation And Foreign Policy Issues 1939-1941, Loretta S. Glaze

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This paper is an examination of the foreign policy attitudes of Indiana's United States Senators and Representatives during the critical years before the Second World War. My purpose is to determine whether these particular Mid-Westerners were a part of the isolationist bloc in Congress which exerted a significant influence on the formulation of foreign policy. The scope of the study is limited to an elucidation of the individual views as expressed in Congress b the members of the delegation and an analysis of the campaign for re-election waged by each of them as it relates to the broader issue.


The Mccarthy Campaign In Indianapolis (1968), Carlotta B. Anderson Apr 1970

The Mccarthy Campaign In Indianapolis (1968), Carlotta B. Anderson

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This paper is about the primary campaign of Senator Eugene McCarthy in the State of Indiana in 1968. It will focus its attention on Indianapolis, the largest city and the capital of the state, and an area where the Senator did quite poorly. (1) Though some magazine articles, newspaper stories and books have been useful, this paper is basically the campaign as viewed by 20 participants. Without their cooperation, it could not have been written.


A History Of The League Of Women Voters Of Indianapolis, Barbara E. Zimmer Jan 1970

A History Of The League Of Women Voters Of Indianapolis, Barbara E. Zimmer

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On April 16, 1920, the Woman's Franchise League of Indiana, Indianapolis Branch, voted to disband and to establish a League of Women Voters in its place, carrying the members of the Franchise League on its roster for the first six months. Votes for women, the single purpose for which they, and others like them across the continent, had worked, was certain of accomplishment. The Federal Amendment, granting suffrage to women, had passed the Congress in the previous year and ratification by a sufficient number of states seemed certain.


The Foreign Policy Of Harry S. Truman, Patricia Reagan Slater Jan 1967

The Foreign Policy Of Harry S. Truman, Patricia Reagan Slater

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Without knowing it, a professor of mine, Dr. Emma Lou Thornbrough, stimulated my interest in President Truman when she stated in a freshman history course that Harry S. Truman would go down in history as one of the greatest American Presidents if not the greatest because of his ingenuity in foreign policy. The exact purporse of this paper is to examine these programs.


Robert K. Lafollette And American Foreign Affairs, Madelynne K. Chandler Jan 1966

Robert K. Lafollette And American Foreign Affairs, Madelynne K. Chandler

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Robert K. LaFollette was one of the leaders ot the progressive movement from 1900 until his death in 1925. He built a progressive machine in Wisconsin which had control of the Republican part1 in that state for most of this period. His program of legislation and reform in Wisconsin became a pattern tor other states. He was a leading spokesman in the United States Senate tor progressive Senators. He worked with the Wilson administration and the Democrats on domestic reform measures. He supported a major part of Wilson's foreign policy through 1916.


Raymond Poincare's Role In The Negotiations From June 28 To August 4, 1914, Corlie E. Jackson Jan 1939

Raymond Poincare's Role In The Negotiations From June 28 To August 4, 1914, Corlie E. Jackson

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In view of the unsettled condition of European diplomacy today, it should be profitable to study the antecedents of the World War in more detail than hitherto. Such a study will make clearer the steps taken by national leaders then - steps which at that time were unable to avoid war.


The Contribution Of The Friends' Church To Education In Indiana, Ethel H. Mcdaniel Jan 1935

The Contribution Of The Friends' Church To Education In Indiana, Ethel H. Mcdaniel

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To investigate the rise and trace the progress of a particular section of the religious community is an interesting object. When it has reference to a people such as the Society of Friends whose principles and practices so prominently distinguish them among others of the Christian name, the interest of such a pursuit becomes greatly enhanced. James Bowden, History of Friends in America, Vol. I.