Syllabus on International Relations

By Parker Thomas Moon; Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.) | Go to book overview
1. Missionary and commercial origins.
2. Bismarck's diplomacy.
3. Extension by agreement of 1890.
4. Economic development and native uprisings.
5. Conquest by British.

F. MOZAMBIQUE AND ANGOLA--PORTUGUESE COLONIES.
Special references:--# Morel, Black Man's Burden, ch. xi. # Gibbons, New Map of Africa, ch. xiii. Theal, Portuguese in South Africa. Harris, Portuguese Slavery. Cadbury, Labour in Portuguese West Africa. Maugham, Portuguese East Africa. Great Britain, Foreign Office, Handbooks on Angola and Mozambique.
1. Revival and extension of Portugal's old claims, in 1880's.
2. Anglo-German agreements for demarcation of spheres of influence in Portuguese colonies.
3. Economic development.

G. REVIEW AND DISCUSSION OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN PROBLEMS.

VII. IN ABYSSINIA AND SUDAN
References:--( Moon, ch. viii). * Lucas, 100-5. * Harris, 330-56. # Bowman, 62-5, 556-7. # Woolf, 138-227. Hanotaux, Fachoda. Alype, L'Ethiopie et les convoitises allemandes. Castonnet Des Fosses, L'Abyssinie et les Italiens. Martin, The Sudan in Evolution. Gt. Britain, Foreign Office, Handbooks, Eritrea and Italian Somaliland, Abyssinia, Anglo- Egyptian Sudan, etc. C. F. Rey, Unconquered Abyssinia.
A. GEOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENT AND NATIVE RACES.
B. FRENCH EXPANSION IN WESTERN SUDAN AND PLAN OF TRANSCONTINENTAL EMPIRE.
C. ITALIAN FOOTHOLDS IN ERITREA AND SOMALILAND AND UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT TO CONQUER ABYSSINIA.
D. RELATION OF EASTERN SUDAN TO BRITISH INTERESTS IN EGYPT AND CAPE-TO-CAIRO SCHEME.
E. THE CLASH BETWEEN BRITISH AND FRENCH IMPERIALISM AT FASHODA.
F. THE SUDAN UNDER BRITISH RULE.
G. G. THE ANGLO-FRENCH-ITALIAN AGREEMENT REGARDING ABYSSINIA.

VIII. IN NORTHERN AFRICA

General references:--( Moon, ch. x). * Lucas, 105-33. # Bowman, 54-62, 105-18. * Johnston, 196-238. # Woolf, Empire and Commerce, 69-137, 325-30. # Morel, Black Man's Burden, 69-101. # Harris, chs. ix-xiii.

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