Grand Failure: The Story of the League of Nations

The victors in World War I set up the League of Nations to prevent further wars by promoting disarmament, collective security and negotiation. The League introduced a mandate system to lead the former enemy colonies to self-determination, and became involved in other issues, such as drug trafficking, the arms trade and global health. Clearly the League failed in preventing another war, but some of its work continues through the various agencies of the United Nations. This short course considers why the League failed in some of its aims and succeeded in others, and how the UN can avoid repeating its failures.
$38 Limited

The victors in World War I set up the League of Nations to prevent further wars by promoting disarmament, collective security and negotiation. The League introduced a mandate system to lead the former

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11 Dec

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