Syllabus on International Relations

By Parker Thomas Moon; Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.) | Go to book overview
5. Difficulties of Italians in " Libya" since 1912.
6. Extension of hinterland after Great War.

G. ENGLISH IMPERIALISM IN EGYPT.
Special references:-- Rose, Development of European Nations, II, chs. iv-vi. # Chirol, The Egyptian Problem. # Cromer, Modern Egypt. Milner, England in Egypt. Low, Egypt in Transition. Blunt, Secret History of the English Occupation of Egypt. Weinthal, Cape to Cairo Railroad. Freycinet, La Question d'Egypte. Labry, La Révolution égyptienne. Adam, L'Angleterre et l'Égypte.
1. The Suez canal, cotton, finance, and the Cape-to-Cairo plan as reasons for British interest.
2. Anglo-French financial control in the seventies.
3. English occupation, 1882.
4. Egypt under Cromer.
5. The British protectorate, 1914.
6. Egyptian rebellion and "independence."
7. The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (above, VII).

IX. IN THE NEAR EAST
References:--( Moon, ch. xi). * Earle, Turkey, the Great Powers, and the Bagdad Railway (the best detailed treatment, of the imperialist issue in the Near East), esp. chs. iv, vi, x, xii. # Earle, "The Turkish Petroleum Company, A Study in Oleaginous Diplomacy," Pol. Sci. Quart., June 1924. # Toynbee, "The East After Lausanne", Foreign Affairs, Sept. 1923. # Loder, The Truth About Mesopotamia, Palestine and Syria. # Bowman, The New World, 65-76, 102-105, 409-49, and Supplement, 95-104; also "The Mohammedan World," Geographical Review, Jan. 1924. Lybyer, Question of the Near East (Inst. of Int. Educ., syllabus no. VIII). Cocks, The Secret Treaties, chs. i, iii. Schevill, Balkan Peninsula, 438-553. Price, Rebirth of Turkey. Stoddard, New World of Islam. Toynbee, Western Question in Greece and Turkey. Eversley and Chirol, The Turkish Empire. Marriott, The Eastern Question. Abbott, Turkey, Greece and the Great Powers. P. Rohrbach, Die Bagdadbahn. J. Ancel, Question d'Orient. Driault, La Question d'Orient. Pinon, L'Europe et la jeune Turquie. Gt. Britain, Foreign Office, Handbooks on Anatolia, Arabia, Syria and Palestine, Zionism, Armenia, Caucasia, Mesopotamia, etc. Amer. Assoc. Int. Concil, The Treaties of Peace, 1919-1923. Report of the Foreign Policy Association on the Lausanne Treaty. Current History, VIII, 485-95 (Chester Concession). Bing, "Turkey and Chester Inc.," New Republic, XXXIV, 290-2. House and Seymour, What Really Happened at Paris, ch. viii (by Westermann). E. M. Earle, Problems of the Near East (an excellent bibliography). Also references on oil, Part 8, III, below.
A. BACKGROUND.
1. Geographical, racial, religious.
2. Rise of nationalities and conflicting interests of Great Powers before 1878.
3. The Berlin Congress of 1878.
4. Conditions in the 1880's.

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