Napoleon I of France Quote

Each state claims the right to control interests foreign to itself when those interests are such that it can control them without putting its own interests in danger. … other powers only recognize this right of intervening in proportion as the country doing it has the power to do it.


Napoleon : In His Own Words (1916)

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Each state claims the right to control interests foreign to itself when those interests are such that it can control them without putting its own...

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Each state claims the right to control interests foreign to itself when those interests are such that it can control them without putting its own...

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Each state claims the right to control interests foreign to itself when those interests are such that it can control them without putting its own...

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Each state claims the right to control interests foreign to itself when those interests are such that it can control them without putting its own...