6.5 reform and imperialism exit ticket.docx - 1 Different European nations had jurisdiction over prosperous Chinese ports and trade in that area during

6.5 reform and imperialism exit ticket.docx - 1 Different...

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1.) Different European nations had jurisdiction over prosperous Chinese ports and trade in that area during the Spheres of Influence in China, disregarding the interests of the Chinese people. Britain, France, Germany, and Russia had special powers over large swaths of territory in China in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and Japan had special powers over large swaths of territory focused on winning "non alienation guarantees" for their "spheres of interest." Due to the Spanish–American War, only the United States was unable to participate. The Opium Wars boosted Western influence in China significantly. The wars also weakened the Chinese dynastic order, allowing uprisings such as the Taiping and Boxer rebellions to emerge. Although every attempt has been made to adhere to the rules of citation form, there may be some inconsistencies. Imperialism benefited and hurt China in the long run. Economic imperialism can be described as the opium war and the subsequent spheres of influence developed in China. British imperialism in China in the nineteenth century was primarily motivated by economic considerations.Clashes between the Qing government and British merchants eventually

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