Diplomatic Recognition

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Richard M, Boeckel, Editor

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Present and Future Problems of Recognition

Action of Bolvia; Argentine Break with Axis

The Power of established governments to recognize new states, or new governments in existing states, may be employed by the dominant nations after the war as a leading means of accomplishing their political designs. The power of recognition may be used, on the one hand, to extend democratic principles—on the continent of Europe and elsewhere; on the other hand, it is capable of use ...

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