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In the field of international relations, a sphere of influence (SOI) is a spatial region or concept ... An example of spheres of influence was China in the late 19th and early 20th Century, when Britain, France, Germany, and Russia (later replaced ...

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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.

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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 ...

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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)  ...

www.thoughtco.com/what-is-a-sphere-of-influence-195272

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.

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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 ...

www.americanforeignrelations.com/O-W/Protectorates-and-Spheres-of-Influence-Spheres-of-influence-prior-to-world-war-ii.html

In China, the spheres of influence were initially marked out in 1896–1898. At the beginning of that period, Russia secured from China the right to construct a ...

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

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China was later divided into spheres of influence in the aftermath of the First Sino -Japanese War (1894-95), allowing outside nations even greater latitude.