Syllabus on International Relations

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b. Triumph of nationalism over democracy in German Empire, 1871- 1918.
c. Wars, or sometimes less extreme appeals to nationalism, occasionally used by statesmen in past to prevent democratic revolution or lessen opposition to autocracy--Russia; Louis Napoleon; etc.

J. PROPAGANDA AND NATIONALISM. (Note: Propaganda is used in a broad
sense, with no derogatory implication.)
References:-- * Krehbiel, Nationalism, War, and Society, 13, 242-9. Scott, Patriots in the Making. Reisner, Nationalism and Education. Stewart and Desjardins, French Patriotism. Demartial, La Guerre de 1914, Comment on mobilisa les consciences. Also references for Part 9, III, below.
1. Importance of popular education in teaching patriotism.
2. Influence of press in arousing national feeling.
3. Patriotic societies such as German Navy League, Pan-German League, National Security League, D. A. R., etc.
4. Army and navy officers as advocates of nationalism.
5. Political leaders as spokesmen of nationalism.

K. WAR AND NATIONALISM.
References:-- * Novicow. # Krehbiel, ch. ii. Other general references above, and Part 4, below.
1. Nationalism most intense in war, or in danger of war.
2. Nationalism stimulated by war.
3. Hence, war an important element in nationalism.

L. PROBLEM FOR DISCUSSION: Is nationalism based upon any one, or several,
or all, of above-mentioned elements?

III. NATIONAL SELF-DETERMINATION AS A CAUSE OF CONFLICT
General references:-- * Hayes and Moon, Modern History, ch. xx. # Duggan, League of Nations, ch. ix. Bowman, The New World, passim. E. Wittmann, Past and Future of the Right of National Self-Determination. Wambaugh, Monograph on Plebiscites. Also general references for Part 2.
A. MEANING OF NATIONAL SELF-DETERMINATION.

B. HISTORIC INSTANCES.
1. Dutch War of independence, 16th century.
2. American War of independence.
3. Revolt and independence of Belgium, 1830.
4. German struggle for national unity and independence, 1813-71.
5. Liberation and unification of Italy, 1859-71.
6. Independence of Norway, 1905.
7. Self-determination of Balkan nations.

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