Syllabus on International Relations

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5. Anglo-Belgian military conversations, 1906.
6. Anglo-Russian discussions at Algeciras leading to agreement of 1907 (see XIV).

XIII. THE SECOND HAGUE CONFERENCE
References:--* Gooch, 427-33. # Ward and Gooch, 349-55. A. P. Higgins , The Hague Peace Conferences. J. B. Scott, The Hague Peace Conferences. Friedjung, II, ch. xxii. Debidour, II, ch. iii. Compare Part 10.
A. BRITISH ATTEMPT TO INCLUDE THE QUESTION OF LIMITATION OF ARMAMENTS AS AN INDICATION OF BRITISH RELUCTANCE TO CONTINUE NAVAL COMPETITION WITH GERMANY.

B. GERMAN REFUSAL, AS A RECOGNITION OF ENGLISH SOLIDARITY WITH FRANCE AND RUSSIA, AND AS A CAUSE OF INCREASED ENGLISH SUS- PICION OF GERMANY. (Compare the Kaiser Daily Telegraph interview, Oct. 28, 1908, in The Kaiser's Memoirs, p. 118.)

C. JURIDICAL ASPECTS OF THE CONFERENCE (treated in Part 10).

XIV. THE TRIPLE ENTENTE
References:--* Gooch, ch. xi. # World Peace Foundation, Background, 205-12, 235-42 (text). # Schmitt, ch. ix. * Seymour, 159-65. * Mowatt, 272-3. Anderson and Hershey, 360-1. * Korff, Russia's Foreign Relations, ch. ii. # Ward and Gooch, 356-65. # Schmitt, "Triple Alliance and Triple Entente", Amer. Hist. Rev., Apr. 1924. Debidour, II, ch. v. Lemonon, ch. x. Friedjung, II, ch. xxii. Brandenburg, ch. x. Siebert, Entente Diplomacy. J. A. Farrer, England Under Edward VII.
A. PREVIOUS ANTAGONISM BETWEEN ENGLAND AND RUSSIA.
1. Imperialist rivalry in the Near East and Asia.
2. Hostile attitude of English liberals toward Russian autocracy.

B. FACTORS DRAWING RUSSIA AND ENGLAND TOGETHER.
1. Skilful French diplomacy.
2. Common suspicion of Germany.
3. Russian defeat in Russo-Japanese War.
a. Russia less dangerous to Britain, and more in need of Britain.
b. Partition of Manchuria between Russia and Japan.
c. Tsar's promise to establish a Duma, making Russia less obnoxious to English liberals.
4. Recognition, by some statesmen, of advantages to be gained by substituting coöperation for deadlock in imperialist aims in Asia.

C. THE ANGLO-RUSSIAN AGREEMENT OR CONVENTION OF AUGUST 1907.
1. Terms regarding Persia.
2. Terms regarding Afghanistan.
3. Terms regarding Tibet.

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