This fourth volume of the series published for the Council on Foreign Relations continues the policy of treating in some detail certain special aspects of American foreign relations. The evolution of the Mexican problem and of American-Mexican relations takes up the bulk of the space. The reader will find here much valuable factual material upon investments, land legislation, oil rights, immigration, the ecclesiastical controversy, etc., in addition to a discussion of American policy. The balance of the volume is devoted to the question of limitation of armaments, with special reference to the London Naval Conference, and to the Bank for International Settlements, along with a note on American war claims against Germany, Austria and Hungary.
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