By Gordon Martel
A finished review of an important foreign occasions, routine, and controversies of the twentieth century.
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• Explores influential, underlying subject matters resembling imperialism, nationalism, internationalism, technological advancements, and adjustments in diplomatic equipment
• Addresses a large variety of subject matters, together with international relations of wartime and peacemaking, the chilly conflict period and the "new global order", the top of eu empires, the increase of nationalism within the 3rd global, globalization, and terrorism
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Meanwhile, in the Middle East the British had effectively bestowed independence upon Mesopotamia (Iraq) and Transjordan (Jordan). Perhaps the most shameful British departure from the region occurred in Palestine. There the numbers of Jews arriving to escape Nazi Germany had become a ﬂood. The British, mindful of the rights of the Arab Muslim population, attempted to stem this ﬂow, but were put under considerable pressure by Jewish resistance, notably through the Irgun and the Stern gang, which behaved as terrorist organizations.
The great majority of the ships passing through the Suez Canal were British, and the British shipbuilding industry, on the rivers Clyde, Mersey, Tyne, and Wear, was by far the largest in the world. There were also major German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, American, and, increasingly, Japanese shipping concerns. Marine engines were much more efﬁcient than they had been in the past and the latest steam turbine technology was installed in ships where speed was vital, as on the North Atlantic, and in the dreadnoughts.
Wilson was convinced, now that “the West” had been “Won,” a substitute had to be found for the frontier. ” So it was not Wilson and the Americans who were naïve at Paris in 1919 but the Europeans, who failed to consider the implications of the American occupation of Cuba and the Philippines, or Wilsonian “intervention” in Mexico, the Dominican Republic, and Haiti. ” And his formula of self-determination for nations “struggling to be free” would have dismantled all European pretensions to empires that could compete with the American.
A Companion to International History 1900-2001 (Wiley Blackwell Companions to World History) by Gordon Martel