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International agreements are used between or among
national governments in order to establish mutual under
Internationalizing International History
That the study of the history of international relations must be interna-
tionalized may sound tautological. After all, international relations by def-
inition deals with affairs among a plurality of nations; it would therefore
make little sense to study the subject in the framework of just one nation.
And yet a surprisingly large number of studies continue to have a unina-
tional focus, seeing world affairs from the perspective of just one country.
Many histories of the foreign policies of particular