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Agreements

Disarmament and International Agreements

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The Washington Conference & Disarmament Conference 1921, Big 3 and Jap. agreed to limit their armies. 1923, Fr. & other nations accepted to disarm but Bri. declined. 1926, planned disarmament conf. but 5 years for draft. 1933, G. declined. FAILURE. Failed to encourage cooperation, acting on NSI.
Locarno Treaties Oct. 1925, repress. Of Fr., Br., G., Ita., Belg., and P. emerged with essential arguments after meeting Locarno, Switzerland. SUCCESS. Resolved problems left from WW1, relations improved thus it improved cooperation and discouraged aggression.
Arguments of the Locarno Treaties G. accepted the borders of Fr. and Belg. Br. and Ita. guaranteed to protect Fr. if G. violated these borders. Rhineland to stay DMZ. France and Germany to settle dispute with the LoN. Promised to settle disputes (alike Geneva Protocol).
The Kellogg-Briand Pact 1928, marked highest point of international relations. There are no punishments and/or sanctions if a nation broke the terms. Armies kept as “self-defense”. SUCCESS. Safe-locked due to the idea that armies were kept as “self-defense”.
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