International Cooperation in the Early Twentieth Century
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Daniel Gorman focuses on international cooperation, various forms of cultural internationalism, imperial and anti-imperial internationalism, and the growth of cosmopolitan ideas. The book also seeks to incorporate a non-Western focus alongside the transatlantic core of early 20th-century internationalism by interweaving analyses of international anti-colonial networks, ideas emanating from non-Western sites of influence such as Japan, China and Turkey, the emergence of networks of international indigenous peoples in resistance to a state-centric international system, and diaspora and transnational ethno-cultural-religious identity networks.
2. Early 20th Century International, Imperial and Anti-Imperial Cooperation
3. The First World War
4. The Production of International Knowledge
5. Empire and its Opponents
6. International and Imperial Institutions
7. International Law
8. Synergies: Functional and Technical Cooperation
9. Cultural Internationalism
10. Social Movements and Non-Governmental Activism
11. Towards a Better World: International Humanitarianism
Assesses the growth of international, imperial, and anti-imperial cooperation in the first part of the 20th century