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In the field of international relations, a sphere of influence (SOI) is a spatial region or concept ... Europe/Latin America, Lusophonie, Turkosphere, Chinese cultural sphere, Slavisphere, Hispanophone, Malay World, as well as many others.


Spheres of Influence in China. During the early 1800s, Europe was involved in expanding its economic reach through trade in East Asia, including China, a.


In 1900, China was heavily controlled by foreign nations who tended to ... European nations also divided up China into spheres of influence and in these ...


Germany began the move to divide China into spheres of influence in 1898 with a number of demands: that the Chinese government lease Jiaozhou (Kiaochow)  ...


Feb 4, 2017 ... Great Britain, Germany, Russia, France, and Japan carve the Chinese pie into spheres of influence while a Manchu official looks on helplessly.

Dec 9, 2008 ... This is another movie I made for my world studies class (It's kind of boring): In 1860, Russia takes possesion of a large stretch of china's nothern ...


Foreign Spheres of Influence in China, 1842–1907. zoom. visibility. Layers. British; French; German; Japanese; Russian; British colony; French colony


The growth of these 'spheres of influence' created a patchwork of foreign enclaves that functioned almost as virtual colonies within China's borders. The Qing ...


Jun 6, 2017 ... For China, establishing a Southeast Asian sphere of influence would bring it several benefits. In making regional states more pliable, China ...