The Possibilities of Transnational Activism: The Campaign for Disarmament Between the Two World Wars
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The Emergence of the Interwar Disarmament Movement, 1919 to 1925 6. The Preparatory Commission and the Development of Disarmament Activism, 1926 to 1930 PART IV: THE WORLD DISARMAMENT CONFERENCE 7. Preparations for the World Disarmament Conference, 1931 8. The World Disarmament Conference: The First Six Months, February to July 1932 9. The International Consultative Group and the Collapse of the World Disarmament Conference, July 1932 to October 1933 PART V: ASSESSMENT - THE POSSIBILITIES OF TRANSNATIONAL ACTIVISM 10. Impact of the Disarmament Campaign 11. Testing the Factors Affecting Impact 12. Summary of Conclusions APPENDICES I.The Principal Associations II.The Principal Activists III.Organisations that Participated in the Trocadero Conference IV.Organisations that Participated in the Interorganization Council on Disarmament V.The Women's Disarmament Petition VI.The 'Budapest' Resolution BIBLIOGRAPHY About the Author Thomas Richard Davies is Lecturer in International Politics at City University, London, where he conducts research into transnational politics and history.
He has also been a Research Fellow at St Antony's College and a Lecturer at St Catherine's and New Colleges in the University of Oxford. Dr Davies was educated at Magdalen College, Oxford, and his doctoral thesis was awarded the British International History Group Thesis Prize.
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