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CHAPTER I
1
DOMINION NATIONALISM AND THE EMERGENT COMMONWEALTH
4
The AngloRussian agreement and its effects
7
xi
11
CHAPTER XVI
15
The Barbados unrest of 1876
29
Carnarvons intervention in Natal
47
xiii
51
the arbitration award
320
Stateaided emigration proposed but not approved
324
West Africa and East Africa 18714
331
Attempts to regulate international action in principle
335
CHAPTER X
339
Revival of antiRussian feeling in England
345
Emotional background of the new Imperialism
354
The South African scene in 1895 Chamberlain and Jameson
367

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Gladstones Midlothian campaign
59
The functions of a governor analysed
65
Dual character of the Empire by 1870
67
Camerons explorations
71
Problems of the West African Trade
78
Portuguese Africa the Congo Basin the Lower Niger
86
The white mans grave
92
INTERNATIONAL RIVALRY 18851895
95
The Treaty of San Stefano
97
Beginnings of a struggle for interests outside Europe
103
CHAPTER IV
109
CHAPTER V
127
the touchstone of Ireland
133
Party differences over Bechuanaland
142
17
157
The Irish issue and its effect on the Imperialists
159
INTERNATIONAL RIVALRY IN THE COLONIAL
165
CHAPTER VI
181
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185
Britains supremacy in the 1860s and her new competitors
191
The emergence of Germany as a firstclass power
193
CHAPTER VII
230
18
231
19
252
The diplomatic isolation of England Salisburys effort to regain German
255
Salisbury attempts to come to terms with France
261
The Heligoland agreement over East Africa
268
24
269
A rapprochement with France
274
Rosebery and the Triple Alliance
285
German hopes after Roseberys fall 1895
291
CHAPTER II
293
INTERNATIONAL LAW AND COLONIAL
295
A sense of responsibility restrained by economy
299
Chinese slavery the Liberal victory
373
The British Parliament and the Union of South Africa
379
The representative principle in India the West Indies Ceylon
386
British West Africa 18951914
392
Plans for development in the West Indies
401
CHAPTER XI
406
CHAPTER XII
438
Export of capital
441
Railways and telegraphs
458
Events leading to the RussoTurkish
461
New notions of trusteeship
470
British migration
478
Fiscal autonomy in the Dominions and India
485
Salisburys plan for dividing the Turkish Empire into spheres of influence
491
Salisburys need of German support in his Egyptian policy
499
Chamberlains initiative during Salisburys absence 1898
509
Britain Germany and Portugal 1898
515
The alliances in Europe draw apart
522
The AngloJapanese alliance 1902
529
The Entente Cordiale
535
The Algeciras Conference 1906
545
CHAPTER XV
563
France or Germany the enemy?
577
THE NAVY AND THE GATHERING OF THE ARMIES
605
Strategy in the outer seas
611
FOUR COLONIAL CAMPAIGNS IN AFRICA
617
WAR POLICY AND ORGANISATION
628
Manpower and Conscription
634
DESTRUCTION OF THE TURKISH EMPIRE
640
The form of signature to the Treaty
652
THE COLONIAL OFFICE 18011925
711
466
781
908
829
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