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The Kellogg-Briand Pact and Locarno Agreements are examples of
Russia’s first attempts to reintegrate into European politics in the wake of the Communist revolution.
Social policies designed to increase nationalist unity after World War I.
Economic agreements designed to recover from the financial ravages of World War I.
Europe’s renewed desire to commit to pacifism in the wake of World War I.
Political agreements signed among democratic nations to combat Communism in Western Europe.