Woodrow Wilson


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Noun1.Woodrow Wilson - 28th President of the United StatesWoodrow Wilson - 28th President of the United States; led the United States in World War I and secured the formation of the League of Nations (1856-1924)
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Addressing scholars and researchers at the Woodrow Wilson think tank in Washington, Bilawal said such a 'credible' and 'doable' mechanism was a way forward to address concerns about militants crossing borders with impunity that has disrupted peace in the region and tensed relations between the two neighbours.
Monroe Doctrine, foreign policy presented by President James Monroe in 1823, acted as a torch for the American foreign policy, until 1917 when the then President Woodrow Wilson decided to join the First World War.
On this very day in 1918, US President Woodrow Wilson first announced his 14 Points, a statement for peace, in a speech to the US Congress.
Karger, in opposition to Louis Brandeis's Supreme Court nomination by then-President Woodrow Wilson.
presidents - Thomas Jefferson founded the latter, and Woodrow Wilson was president of the former.
Aaron David Miller, a vice president at the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars, criticizes the media and government response in the West by comparing casualty numbers, the places and types of people targeted by each attack.
Pese a haberlo negado, el gobierno mexicano entrega 75 mil dolares anuales a The Woodrow Wilson Center, un think tank estadunidense que tiene un instituto especializado en Mexico.
Cruz continued: "Was Woodrow Wilson an unmitigated racist?
Woodrow Wilson and World War I: A Burden Too Great to Bear.
Olmert was invited to speak at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.
During a talk at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars on January 15, he described this as a major shift in the 16-year-old project's global challenges program.
This study is less a history of two First Ladies and more the tale of Woodrow Wilson, the three women he loved, and the contributions of each.