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Survey of International Affairs, 1932
Survey of International Affairs, 1932
By Arnold J. Toynbee
Oxford University Press, 1933, 653 pp

This latest volume of the indispensable survey published under the auspices of the Royal Institute of International Affairs opens with several chapters of an economic nature, in which H. V. Hodson reviews the world tariff and debt situation, while R. J. Stopford and Jules Menken take up the problem of reparations and war debts, German and non-German. The bulk of the volume, however, is devoted to a survey of the further developments of the disarmament and security questions, and to an analysis of the situation in north-eastern Europe and in the Far East. The volume, like its predecessors, is written with clarity and grasp, and will require no special recommendation.