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We do not covet anything from any nation except their respect.
There is one safeguard known generally to the wise, which is an advantage and security to all, but especially to democracies as ag ...
There is a close tie of affection between sovereigns and their subjects; and as chaste wives should have no eyes but for their hus ...
The most profound effect of World War I on me ... was that it committed me to international affairs as the principal work of my li ...
...I still have faith occasionally in the brotherhood of man, and in spite of all the tragedies that have intervened since [1945], ...
The peace conference must not adjourn without the establishment of some ordered system of international government, backed by powe ...
Greece is a sort of American vassal; the Netherlands is the country of American bases that grow like tulip bulbs; Cuba is the main ...
It is a well-settled principle of the international code that where one nation owes another a liquidated debt which it refuses or ...
Peace, commerce and honest friendship with all nations; entangling alliances with none.
If you live among wolves you have to act like a wolf.
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