Syllabus on International Relations

By Parker Thomas Moon; Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.) | Go to book overview

B. GERMAN IMPERIALISM AND THE BAGDAD RAILWAY.
1. Growth of German interests in Turkey.
2. Genesis of Bagdad Railway scheme.
3. Analysis of concession or charter of 1903.
4. Economic and political significance of the project.

C. CONFLICT OF IMPERIALIST INTERESTS.
1. British, French and Russian opposition to the Bagdad Railway.
2. Young Turk Revolution and the Bosnian crisis.
3. Potsdam agreement.
4. Imperialist interests in Balkan wars of 1912-13.
5. The ill-fated bargains of 1913-14.
a. Franco-German convention of Feb. 15, 1914.
b. Anglo-Turkish agreements of 1913.
c. Anglo-German convention of 1914.
6. Relation of conflicting imperialist interests to outbreak of Great War.

D. THE PARTITION OF TURKEY.
1. Proposed partition of Turkey by secret agreements during war.
2. The Treaty of Sèvres and the mandates.
3. The Nationalist revolution and the Treaty of Lausanne.
4. The Chester Concession and the battle of oil interests.
5. The status of the Bagdad Railway.

X. IN THE MIDDLE EAST
References:--( Moon, ch. xii). * Bowman, 450-89. # Rose, II, chs. 2, 3, 9. # Gibbons, New Map of Asia, 261-336. Chirol, Middle Eastern Question ( 1903). # Shuster, The Strangling of Persia. # Dennis, Foreign Policies of Soviet Russia, ch. x. Sykes, History of Persia ( 1921). Skrine, Expansion of Russia. Curzon, Russia in Central Asia ( 1889). Curzon, Persia and the Persian Question ( 1892). Balfour, Recent Happenings in Persia ( 1922). Vambéry, Western Culture in Eastern Lands. Browne, The Persian Revolution. E. Lesueur, Les anglais en Perse. Baddeley, The Russian Conquest of the Caucasus. Price, War and Revolution in Asiatic Russia. # Siebert, Entente Diplomacy, 44-141. D. Stuart , The Struggle for Persia ( 1902). Gt. Britain, Foreign Office, Handbooks on Persian Gulf, Tibet, Caucasia, etc.
A. BACKGROUND--GEOGRAPHIC, RACIAL, AND RELIGIOUS.

B. RUSSIAN EXPANSION ACROSS THE CAUCASUS AND CENTRAL ASIA IN
19TH CENTURY.

C. THE CLASH OF RIVAL IMPERIALIST AIMS.
1. British solicitude for security of India, Suez route, and Persian Gulf.
2. Anglo-Russian rivalry in Persia, Afghanistan, and Tibet before 1907.
3. The German Bagdad Railway project (IX, above) as a new factor in the Middle East.
4. The Anglo-Russian agreement of 1907.
5. The Russo-German Potsdam agreement, as regards Persia.
6. Continued Anglo-Russian and Anglo-German rivalry, to 1914.

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