Fourteen Points

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Fourteen Points

pl n
(Military) the principles expounded by President Wilson in 1918 as war aims of the US
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What can Wilson's Fourteen Points teach us that's relevant to the current debate?
During mid-October 1918, as Germany sought an armistice based on Wilson's Fourteen Points, the Navy Department and Admiralty were already contemplating how the naval section of the armistice terms might affect their relative positions.
Ikenberry draws mostly from Wilson's Fourteen Points, announced to the world in January 1918.
The resulting project was known as "the Inquiry," and the plan it created became the basis for Wilson's Fourteen Points and for his principal proposals at the Versailles conference.
Both Wilson's Fourteen Points and Roosevelt's Atlantic Charter on self- determination have been contravened by the United States in support of world-wide Zionism.
Documents range from Wilson's Fourteen Points to UN resolutions, tables, and reports dealing with Rwanda, Srebrenica, and peacekeeping.
So even though Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points and the Atlantic Charter proclaimed "the right of all peoples to choose the form of government under which they will live," the George W.
Wilson's Fourteen Points and Kennedy's Peace Corps were inspired, in part at least, by American Providentialism.
Alan Sharp's commentary ties this together with Knock's demonstration that President Wilson did indeed intend to shape the peace treaties to his own vision, Schwabe's delineation of the German desire to accept Wilson's fourteen points as the basis for the best possible terms they could get and Stevenson's depiction of a France willing to compromise on her aims for security at Germany's expense, but only if the British and Americans would provide a guarantee.