Syllabus on International Relations

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B. THE HAWAIIAN REVOLUTION AND CLEVELAND'S OPPOSITION TO ANNEXATION.

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 diplomacy."
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 FRANCE
References:-- * 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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