Film, Video The United States and the World: Legacies of the Paris Peace Conference

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Title
The United States and the World: Legacies of the Paris Peace Conference
Summary
This discussion explored the legacies of a pivotal period in world history -- during and after the Paris Peace Conference which ended World War I -- including themes of Wilsonianism, the ideological origins of the United Nations, the projection of American power and a new international order.
Event Date
January 16, 2019
Notes
-  Harold James is Claude and Lore Kelly Professor in European studies at Princeton University.
-  Charles Kupchan is senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and professor of international affairs at Georgetown University.
-  Margaret MacMillan is professor of history at the University of Toronto and former warden at St. Antony's College, Oxford University.
-  Michael Neiberg is chair of war studies at the U.S. Army War College.
Running Time
1 hours, 50 minutes, 12 seconds
Language
English
Online Format
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