TITLE

Our Relations With Great Britain

PUB. DATE
January 1916
SOURCE
New Republic;1/22/16, Vol. 5 Issue 64, p290
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Discusses the criticism made by the British publication, "Round Table," against the United States foreign policy of protesting against the British embargo against Germany, and for insisting on the letter of the U.S. neutral rights to trade with Germany and with other neutral countries. British's claim that the U.S. should have refused to assert the neutral rights to show its moral and material support to the fight for the security of political ideals and democracy; Step that should be taken by the American government to let Germany understand, that by involving the Belgians in the ruin of war, the German nation has made neutral indifference abhorrent to right-minded men; Implication of a voluntary U.S. embargo against Germany on international agreements and the security of small nations; Negative aspects of an embargo illegally forced on the U.S. by the British, as compared to a voluntary U.S. embargo against Germany; Importance of a positive relationship and agreement between the U.S. and the British on the international community.
ACCESSION #
15043943

 

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