Foreign Policies

It is only natural that political France should have been anxious about the result of the British Elections on which the future of the Entente to some extent depends, but that the defeat of Premier Baldwin's protection program should have been seen as a rebuke to Lord Curzon's foreign policy was not so evident. Le Temps, one of the many semi-official journals of Paris, said: "The greatest obstacle to the reconstruction of Europe as an economic market for British goods has been Lord Curzon's foreign policy. Lord...

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