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Trouble spots of the world and the relation of the United States to these situations will be the subject of the Annual Foreign Affairs School which is holding its session this week at Agassiz Hall, Radcliffe College, under the auspices of the Massachusetts League of Women Voters.
The School will open Tuesday at 2:30 o'clock at which the general topic, "Neutrality and Sanctions" will be discussed. Bruce C. Hopper '24, assistant professor, of Government will speak on one phase. "Application of Sanctions".
Wednesday the question under consideration is "European Affairs" which will-be taken up by Carl J. Friedrich, associated professor of government, and Carleton S. Coon '25 associated in Anthropology on "As I Saw Ethiopia", as well as other speakers.
"The Far East" is Thursday's problem. Kendric N. Marshall '21 instructor in Government will speak on "United States in the Orient" in the morning session, which Dean Hindmarsh will discuss "Japan's Foreign Policy" later.
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