The liberal dilemma : internationalism and the Institute of Pacific Relations in the USA, Australia and Japan, 1919-1942
In 1925, American internationalists launched an unofficial multinational conference in Honolulu, with participation of people from major Pacific rim countries including Japan, Australia and the USA. As a result, a permanent organization, the Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR), was founded. Through an examination of this institute, the thesis explores ideas of the 'international order' held by Wilsonian internationalists in the Asia-Pacific context in the inter-war period. The IPR reflected...[Show more]
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