Syllabus on International Relations

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3. The Bjorkoe Treaty of 1905.
4. Failure of William II's attempt to detach Russia from France.

D. EFFECTS ON ENGLAND'S INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.
1. Preservation of English neutrality and the Entente Cordiale.
2. Renewal ( 1905) of the Anglo-Japanese Alliance.
a. Pledge of active assistance, instead of mere neutrality in case one member should be involved in war in defense of its possessions in Far East or (added in 1905) India.
b. British recognition of Japan's paramount rights in Korea.
3. Favorable attitude of English government toward amicable settlement of Anglo-Russian conflicts of interest.

E. THE MOROCCO CRISIS OF 1905 (next section) AS AN INDIRECT RESULT OF RUSSIA'S DEFEAT.

XII. THE MOROCCO CRISIS OF 1905 AND THE ALGECIRAS
CONFERENCE
References:-- * Gooch, 348-68. * Marriott, ch. x, 201-14. # Loreburn, How the War Came, 74-85. # Ward and Gooch, III, 338-48. Anderson and Hershey, 332-41. Stuart. Morel, Ten Years of Secret Diplomacy. Bishop, Theodore Roosevelt. Debidour, II, 32-63, 96-102. Bourgeois and Pagès, 320-7. Tardieu, Conférence d'Algéciras. France, Livres jaunes, Affaires du Maroc. German Weissbuch on Morocco. British Cmd. paper, Morocco No. 1 ( 1906). Brandenburg, ch. 9. Friedjung, II, chs. xix-xx. Compare Part 3, VIII.
A. REVIEW OF MOROCCAN QUESTION (Part 3, VIII-E).

B. INTERNATIONAL SETTING OF THE CRISIS OF 1905.
1. German desire to break up Entente Cordiale.
2. Weakness of Russia.
a. Russo-Japanese War.
b. Internal revolution.

C. THE CRISIS AND THE ALLIANCES.
1. Unexpected vigor of English diplomatic support of France (cf. Asquith's denial that England offered to land 100,000 men in Holstein).
2. French acceptance of German-Moroccan demand for conference.
a. Delcassé's opposition, and resignation.
b. Desire of French financiers, socialists, pacifists, to avoid war.
c. Danger of war to France, without Russian military aid.
d. Roosevelt's secret intervention.
3. French diplomatic victory at Algeciras Conference.
a. Diplomatic solidarity of France, England, and Russia.
b. Italian solidarity with Entente Powers (see above IX).
c. Favorable attitude of smaller Powers.
d. Privileged position of France and Spain, by the Act of Algeciras.
4. Anglo-French naval and military "conversations," 1906.

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