B. THE HAWAIIAN REVOLUTION AND CLEVELAND'S OPPOSITION TO
C. THE VENEZUELAN BOUNDARY CRISIS OF 1895.
D. MCKINLEY AND THE OUTBURST OF AMERICAN IMPERIALISM.
|1. ||The Spanish War and resulting acquisitions.|
|2. ||Annexation of Hawaii.|
|3. ||Annexation of Samoa.|
|4. ||The Open Door doctrine for China.|
|5. ||European apprehensions concerning sudden aggressiveness and
economic rise of U. S.|
E. ROOSEVELT'S FOREIGN POLICY.
|1. ||The Panama canal.|
|2. ||The Venezuela incident.|
|3. ||Financial control over Dominican Republic, and growth of "dollar
|4. ||The "big stick" for unruly neighbors.|
|5. ||Mediation in Russo-Japanese War and Morocco Crisis (below).|
|6. ||Participation in European Conferences.|
|a. ||Algeciras (below).|
|b. ||The Hague Conference of 1907 (below).|
|7. || Roosevelt's endeavor to mollify growing anti-Japanese spirit and his
secret agreement with Japan ( Current History, Oct. 1924, pp. 15-21).|
|8. ||The fleet's cruise round the world.|
IX. ITALY'S RECONCILIATION WITH FRANCEReferences:-- * Gooch, 345-7. Pribram, I, 150-63, 221-35; II, 0ch. iii, v,
and app. C. Friedjung, I, ch. xv. World Peace Foundation, Background
of the War, 201-2. France, Livre jaune, Les Accords franco-italiens. R. Pinon, L'Empire de la Méditerranée. Giolitti, Memoirs.
A. ITALIAN IMPERIALISM AND THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE.
|1. ||Recognition of Italian imperialist interests in Tripoli and Cyrenaica
in renewals of Triple Alliance, 1891 and 1902.|
|2. ||Conflict between these Italian interests and growing German interest
in peaceful penetration of Turkey.|
B. ITALY AND FRANCE.
|1. ||Antagonism after French seizure of Tunis, 1881.|
|2. ||Reasons for rapprochement.|
|a. ||Desire of France to detach Italy from Triple Alliance and also
to gain approval of French designs on Morocco.|
|b. ||Desire of Italy for French sanction of Italian designs on Tripoli.|
|c. ||Growth of anticlericalism in France, removing Italian fear of
French intervention in favor of papacy.|
|d. ||Growing liberalism in Italy and sympathy with republican France.|
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Book title: Syllabus on International Relations.
Contributors: Parker Thomas Moon - Author, Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.) - OrganizationName.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1925.
Page number: 95.
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