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Paul D. Mayle

PAUL D. MAYLE, diplomatic historian of American Foreign Policy and International Relations; author of Eureka Summit: Agreement in Principle and the Big Three at Tehran, 1943 (University of Delaware Press, 1987); Fulbright-Hays Grant recipient in India, resulting inGandhi and the Gita” (ERIC microfiche, 1989); contributing scholar and commentator,Tehran Labyrinth(2 part documentary, RTR Russia and Moriland International, 2003); National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute scholar, “War and Morality: Re-thinking the Just War Tradition in the 21st Century” (U.S. Naval Academy, 2004); visiting professor, LCC International University, Klaipeda, Lithuania (summer terms 2010 and 2011, spring semester 2013); author of articles concerning the Munich, Tehran/Yalta, and Potsdam conferences of the Second World War (Oxford Companion to International Relations, Vol. 2, 2014); Fulbright Teaching and Research Scholar, University of Debrecen, 2017; professor emeritus of history, retired after 41 years, Mount Vernon Nazarene University, Mount Vernon, Ohio.

21 January 2020
"Hungary’s greedy and opportunistic neighbours – Romania, Czecho-Slovakia, Yugoslavia, and even Austria – finished carving up pre-war borders only when they got as much as they thought possible, taking full advantage of major power leniency stretched to the maximum. Then having exhausted their ability to expand, they reluctantly abandoned further land surgery."

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