Syllabus on International Relations

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

C. ANGLO-RUSSIAN IMPERIALIST RIVALRY.
1. In Near East (compare Part 3, IX).
2. In Central Asia (compare Part 3, X).
3. In Far East (compare Part 3, XII).

D. ANGLO-GERMAN RELATIONS IN THE 1890's.
1. Imperialist rivalry prior to 1890.
2. The Zanzibar-Heligoland bargain of 1890.
3. Rivalry in South Africa and the Kruger Telegram.
4. The Anglo-German division of Portuguese colonies into spheres of influence, 1898.
5. Samoa controversy.
6. Bagdad Railway.
7. Failure of Anglo-German alliance projects.
8. Beginnings of English anxiety regarding German commercial and naval rivalry.
9. Irritation of English government by William II's attitude.
10. Press campaign in England against Germany.

E. ANGLO-AMERICAN DIFFICULTIES IN THE 1890's.
1. The Venezuela boundary dispute.
2. The Behring Sea dispute.
3. The Alaska boundary.
4. The Panama Canal question.

F. THE WINDSOR TREATY WITH PORTUGAL, 1899.

G. ENGLISH ISOLATION DURING THE BOER WAR, AND THE PROPOSED COALITION OF FRANCE, RUSSIA AND GERMANY AGAINST ENGLAND.

H. GROWTH OF UNEASINESS IN ENGLAND, AND DESIRE TO SUBSTITUTE ALLIANCES FOR UNCOMFORTABLE ISOLATION.

VI. THE FIRST HAGUE CONFERENCE
References:-- * Gooch, 306-8. * Ward and Gooch, III, 258-62. J. B. Scott , The Hague Peace Conferences. Zorn, Die beiden Haager Friedenskonferenzen. Debidour, ch. ix. Friedjung, I, 272-9. Hull, The Two Hague Conferences. Compare Part 10.
A. THE INVITATION BY RUSSIA. (N. B. Subsequent disclosure of Russian ulterior motive.)

B. GERMAN OPPOSITION TO ANY AGREEMENT FOR LIMITATION OF ARMIES.

C. BRITISH OPPOSITION TO AGREEMENT CONCERNING IMMUNITY OF PRIVATE PROPERTY AT SEA.

D. ACHIEVEMENTS.
1. Ineffective resolution favoring restriction of armaments.
2. Conventions and declarations regarding laws of warfare.

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