Syllabus on International Relations

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3. Convention for Pacific Settlement of International Disputes (compare Part 10).

E. DISCUSSION.
1. Relatively unsatisfactory achievements.
2. Revelation of uncompromising spirit of militarism and navalism.

VII. THE RISE OF A NEW GREAT POWER IN THE FAR EAST
References:--On Japan, see references Part 3, XII. Also: World Peace Foundation, Background of the War, 202-4, 242-6 (text). * Gooch, 331-2. * Ward and Gooch, III, 286-93. Eckardstein, Ten Years at the Court of St. James. Bernstein, The Willy-Nicky Correspondence. A. M. Pooley , Secret Memoirs of Count Hayashi. Friedjung, I, 141-52, 325-40. Die Grosse Politik, IX, ch. 57. A. L. P. Dennis, The Anglo-Japanese Alliances.
A. THE EUROPEANIZATION OF JAPAN AND THE SINO-JAPANESE WAR.

B. TRIPLE INTERVENTION OF RUSSIA, FRANCE, AND GERMANY AFTER THE TREATY OF SHIMONOSEKI.

C. IMPERIALIST RIVALRY IN THE FAR EAST, 1895-1902 (Compare Part 3, XII).
1. Spheres of influence.
2. Leased ports.
3. The open door principle.
4. German encouragement of Russian imperialism in Far East.
5. English and Japanese fear of Russo-German policy.

D. THE ANGLO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE.
1. 1. Japanese negotiations with Russia and England.
2. Discussion of an alliance with Germany and England.
3. The Anglo-Japanese alliance treaty of 1902.

VIII. THE UNITED STATES IN WORLD POLITICS, 1890-1908

References:-- * Beard, Contemporary American History, ch. viii. # Fish, American Diplomacy, 391-448, 454-8. J. F. Rhodes, McKinley and Roosevelt Administrations, 44-131, 247-78, 302-22. # Moore, 246-64. # Coolidge, chs. vi-viii. Latané, America as a World Power. Ward and Gooch, III, 222-7. Bishop, Theodore Roosevelt. Friedjung, I, ch. xi. Kimpen, Ausbreitungspolitik, 264-326. Dunning, British Empire and U. S. Dennett, Americans in Eastern Asia. Keim, German-American Political Relations. Also above, III, and Part 3, XII to XV.


A. REASONS FOR INCREASED PARTICIPATION OF U. S. IN WORLD AFFAIRS (above, III-E).

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