Flashcards in Chapter 12 Deck (33):
Open class between the British and the Chinese
Rights that provided exemption from Chinese law at four Chinese ports besides Guangzhou
Hong’s revolt that began in the late 1840s, and fought for 10 years
A foreign reign in which a nation has control over trade and other economic activities
Sphere of influence
Policy that proposed that China’s doors would be open to merchants of all nations
Open door policy
Campaign against the Dowager Empress’s rule and forgeiners privilege was called...
Treaty that said japan opened two ports at which American ships could take on supplies
Treaty of Kanagawa
Period of Japanese history from 1867-1912
War between Russia and Japan over Korea
Brought that country under Japan’s control
A U.S. policy of opposition to European interference in Latin America
A writer who had been excited, returned the fight for for Cuban independence
War between Spain and America which lasted for four months
Man made waterway connecting the Atlantic and pacific oceans built in panama
Gave the United States the right to be an international police power in the Western Hemisphere
Man who played leading role in Mexico’s fight for independence from Spain in 1821
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna
Liberal reformer who worked primarily to serve his country
Redistribution of land, separation of church and state, and increased educational opportunities were what’s goal...
Indian from Oaxaca who took control of Mexico and was in power until 1911
Man who believed in democracy and was arrested for running for president and excise from the United States
Cowboy who took many from the rich and gave to the poor
Francisco Pancho Villa
Powerful revolutionary leader from south of Mexico City
Why was China traditionally not interested in trading with the west?
What conditions during the Qing Dynasty gave rise to the Taiping Rebellion?
Although Guangxu’s Hundred Days of Reform failed, what changes did it finally set in motion?
What events caused japan to end its isolation and begin to westernize?
What were the results of Japan’s growing Imperialism at the end of the 19th century?
How were Latin American caudillos able to achieve power and hold on to it?
What effects did the Monroe doctrine and the Roosevelt corollary have on Latin America?
Why was the United States so intent on building the Panama Canal?
What were the major causes of tension between the Mexicans and the American colonists who settled in Texas?