Abstract: This chapter argues that judging neutrality as a naïve and fl awed foreign policy option in the context of the two world wars misses the point about the relevance of neutrality in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Europe. Within the international system created and sustained by the …
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Abbenhuis, M. M.,
“‘Too Good to be True?’ European Hopes for Neutrality before 1914”, in:
Brill’s Digital Library of World War I.
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