Syllabus on International Relations

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

E. MALAY PENINSULA AND STRAITS SETTLEMENTS.
References:--* Robinson, 327-331. Stubbs, Mediterranean and Eastern Colonies. Tilby, Britain in the Tropics. Gibbons, 67-71. Wright and Reid , The Malay Peninsula. R. O. Winstedt, Malaya, the Straits Settlements and the Malay States. Oxford Survey, II. # Ireland, Far Eastern Tropics, chs. vi-vii. F. Sweetenham, British Malaya.
1. Sketch of British acquisitions.
2. Commercial and strategic importance.

XII. IN THE FAR EAST
General references:--( Moon, ch. xiv). * Hayes, II, 560-86. # Gibbons, New Map of Asia, 308-556. # Bowman, New World, 490-519. Douglas, Europe and the Far East. Hornbeck, Contemporary Politics in the Far East. A. J. Brown, Mastery of the Far East. T. Dennett, Americans in Eastern Asia. T. Millard, The Conflict of Policies in Asia. N. Golovin, The Problem of the Pacific in the Twentieth Century. Latourette, Development of China. H. Cordier, "Histoire générale de la Chine. China Year Book". J. MacMurray, Treaties and Agreements with and Concerning China 1894-1919. Latourette, Development of Japan. A. S. Hershey, Modern Japan. Japan Year Book. Gt. Britain, Foreign Office, Handbooks on Kiaochow and Weihaiwei, Manchuria, Mongolia, Eastern Siberia, Sakhalin, etc. O. Franke, Die Grossmächte in Ostasien. Other references below.
A. BACKGROUND--GEOGRAPHIC, RACIAL, CULTURAL.

B. THE OPENING OF CHINA, JAPAN AND KOREA.
Special references:-- # Hornbeck, chs. vii, xii. # Latourette, China, ch. v. # Overlach, Foreign Financial Control in China, ch. i. # Willoughby , Foreign Rights and Interests in China, chs. ii-iii. # Chung, The Case of Korea, ch. i. Dennett. Morse, International Relations of the Chinese Empire, chs. 4, 8-13, 26. Hertslet, Treaties between Great Britain and China and Foreign Powers.
1. Reasons for European and American pressure on Far East in middle of 19th century.
2. The "Opium Wars" and the opening of China.
3. Perry's mission and the opening of Japan.
4. The opening of Korea.
5. General aspects.
a. Opening of treaty ports and growth of trade.
b. Extra-territorial rights.
c. Missionary enterprise.
6. European encroachments on Chinese borderlands, to 1894.

C. RAPID EUROPEANIZATION OF JAPAN, 1867-94.
Special references:-- # Hornbeck, chs. vii-x. # Latourette, Japan, ch. ix. Dennett. Hershey. Porter, Japan, the Rise of a Modern Power. Maclaren, Political History of Japan.Brinkley, History of the Japanese People. Treat, Japan and the United States.
1. The revolution of 1867.
2. Substitution of western militarism for feudalism.

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