League of Nations Essays
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For the most part of the 1800s, the United States was mostly an isolationist nation overall. The United States then eventually started to get involved with foreign affairs and turned into more of an interventionist nation. After this occurred, there were many people who disagreed with the change and argued against it. Since there were people arguing against the change, that then created the need for supporters of the change from isolationism to interventionism to speak out and defend it....
Just after the World War, in 1919 the League of Nations was formed, at the Paris Peace Conference where all the world`s leading statesmen met to formulate a program aimed at establishing and promoting everlasting international peace and to ensure such world atrocities such as the first World War does not repeat again. Stated in article 10 of the league covenant declares that ‘The members of the league undertake to respect and preserve as against external aggression the territorial integrity...
Last year, 2017, marked the 150th anniversary of Canada. In the 150 years that Canada has lived, it has established a name for itself as a peaceful, independent country, and has shown many of its important values through the decisions made. From the start of Canada’s life in 1867, with the signing of the British North America Constitution Act, to this day, Canada has faced many challenges and successes over this time. The endeavours and achievements, as well as the...