Syllabus on International Relations

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

PART THREE IMPERIALISM AND WORLD POLITICS

General References:--The most useful general accounts suitable for textbook use are: C. J. H. Hayes, Modern Europe, II, 547-678. L. Woolf, Economic Imperialism (a very brief anti-imperialist survey). A. Viallate, Economic Imperialism and International Relations (excellent on economic aspects). J. A. Hobson, Imperialism (the classic indictment of imperialism, incisive but not up to date). A. Wright, The Romance of Colonisation (brief, readable sketch, primarily concerned with British business interests). H. A. Gibbons, Introduction to World Politics (comprehensive but inaccurate). F. Marvin, Western Races and the World. On Africa one may use as a mainstay one of the following: L. Woolf, Empire and Commerce in Africa (detailed but not comprehensive, anti-imperialist). E. D. Morel, The Black Man's Burden (also anti-imperialist and less detailed than Woolf). Sir Charles Lucas, Partition and Colonization of Africa (recent, thoughtful, pro-British, and deficient on historical aspects). Sir H. H. Johnston, History of the Colonization of Africa by Alien Races (authoritative, rather detailed for a textbook, not up to date). N. D. Harris , Intervention and Colonization in Africa (less authoritative but perhaps more readable). On Asia, one may well use the brief sketch in Hayes, supplemented by additional reading as indicated below, or Gibbons, New Map of Asia, if library facilities do not permit utilizing a number of books. In parentheses are given references to a volume entitled Imperialism and World Politics by P. T. Moon, now under preparation, which will be designed to cover this part of the syllabus.

Among the innumerable other general surveys more or less useful for reference or research, the following should be made available if possible: A. G. Keller, Colonization (a sociological study not including France and England). H. C. Morris, History of Colonization, 2 vols. (antiquated comprehensive outline). Paul Leroy-Beaulieu, De la Colonisation chez les peuples modernes (a standard French work). Veit Valentin, Kolonialgeschichte der Neuzeit (a scholarly but brief German outline). Alfred Zimmermann , Kolonialpolitik and Die europäischen Kolonien, 5 vols. (an elaborate history). G. Roloff, Geschichte der europäischen Kolonisation. D. Schäfer, Kolonialgeschichte. H. Friedjung, Das Zeitalter des Imperialismus, 3 vols. (a detailed history of imperialist diplomacy from 1884 to 1914). J. Darcy, Cent Années de rivalité coloniale (patriotic French study of Anglo-French rivalry). C. P. Lucas, Historical Geography of the British Colonies (a very comprehensive British classic, giving much about non-British ventures). P. Reinsch, Colonial Administration. L. Verlane, La Méthode de colonisation. A. Ireland, Tropical Colonization and Far Eastern Tropics. J. W. Jeudwine, Studies in Empire and Trade. E. Hertslet, Map of Africa by Treaty.


I. INTRODUCTION
SIGNIFICANCE OF IMPERIALISM

References:--( Moon, ch. i). * Hayes, II, 547-551. * Woolf, Economic Imperialism, 1-13. # Woolf, Empire and Commerce, part 1. # Hobson,

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