Syllabus on International Relations

By Parker Thomas Moon; Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.) | Go to book overview
a. The suspicion that the mandate system is "camouflage" for imperialist annexation.
b. Treatment of mandated territories by mandate-holding Powers in many respects as if former were ordinary possessions.
4. 3. Failure of mandate system to solve problems of raw materials and of open door.

E. POTENTIALITIES OF MANDATE SYSTEM.
1. Value of the idea of trusteeship.
2. Possible development of the practice of holding mandatory powers responsible to Permanent Mandates Commission of League of Nations.
3. Value of publicity of reports.
4. Proposal that mandate system be extended to all tropical colonies.
5. Proposal of British radicals that League be given power to ration out raw materials from colonies to consuming nations.

XXI. THE AMERICAN OPEN DOOR POLICY vs. IMPERIALISM
References:--( Moon, ch. xxiii). * Buell, Washington Conference, chs. ix-x. Clark, Hamilton and Moulton, Readings, 54-6. Latané, From Isolation to Leadership, ch. v. T. Dennett, "American Policy in the Far East", Current History, July 1923. T. Dennett, Americans in Eastern Asia. E. T. Yen, The Open Door Policy. S. Tomimas, The Open Door Policy. M. Bau, The Open Door Doctrine. U. S. Tariff Commission, Colonial Tariff Policies, 26-8, 35, 78-9. Culbertson, Raw Materials. Compare also Part 8. Also current newspapers and periodicals on concessions, etc.
A. ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE OPEN DOOR POLICY.

B. WILSON'S EXPANSION OF OPEN DOOR POLICY.
1. Mobile speech--against concessions in Latin America.
2. Attempt to generalize--item III in Fourteen Points.

C. THE OPEN DOOR IN MANDATES.
1. Terms of the mandates, as respects open door.
2. American protests against alleged violation of open door in regard to Mesopotamian oil, on the part of England and France.

D. ATTEMPT TO EXTEND AND ENFORCE OPEN DOOR PRINCIPLE IN THE FAR EAST, BY THE WASHINGTON CONFERENCE.

E. AMERICAN ADVOCACY OF THE OPEN Door IN NEGOTIATIONS WITH TURKEY AT LAUSANNE CONFERENCE.

F. AMERICAN INCONSISTENCIES.
1. Preferential tariffs in Cuba and other satellite states.
2. Tariff arrangements regarding Philippines and other possessions.
3. Attempts of American concession-hunters to gain monopolistic privileges in Siberia, Turkey, and elsewhere.

G. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ISSUE.

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