In This Review

American Consultation in World Affairs
American Consultation in World Affairs
By Russell M. Cooper
Macmillan, 1934, 403 pp.

A thorough, documented monograph on a subject that has been much and loosely discussed but which has not been adequately studied. The author is concerned with the position of the United States in relation to the peace machinery. He discusses the subject of consultation in its larger aspects, and analyzes in detail what happened in connection with the Sino-Russian dispute of 1929, the Chaco conflict, the Sino-Japanese crisis and the Leticia dispute.