The Tragedy of the Franco-Polish Alliance of 1921
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There are many factors which govern the foreign policy of a state: geography, economics, politics, ideology, psychology, and the national temperament. Each of these forces creates an interplay of one between the other. Any treatment of foreign policy should consider all of these principles; however, such a study would be massive. The purpose of this study is to examine some of the diplomatic elements which contributed to the deterioration of the Franco-Polish alliance of 1921 during the two decades between the World Wars.