Compare and contrast isolationism and internationalism.
What does each of the concepts mean?
Discuss the evolution of these policies within US foreign policy.
ime the Muslim demands were presented to the British Prime Minister Lloyed Georage. His direct reply was that all vanquished states would be treated alike and there would be no exceptions. One consequences of the British stand was a decision by groups of Muslims militants to migrate from British India which was declared Dar-ul-Harb. On the other side the Indian Muslims were making heavy sacrifices to save turkey. The Ottoman Sultan wahid-ud-din accepted the Treaty of Sevres. This Treaty was never enforced, as the Turks rally in ground Mustafa Kamal, had established a nationalist government in Angora (Ankara).They inflicted a crushing defeat on the occupying Greek forces and expelled them from Antolia (Ali, 2001). On the other side a Grand National assembly made a decision that to abolish caliphate disappointed the Muslim masses but Allama Muhammad Iqbal considered it Ijtehad and argued that according to spirit of Islam Caliphate can be vested in a body of persons or an elected Assembly. (Iqbal, 1989) On 8 July 1921, Molana Muhammad Ali presided over a session of the Khilafat Conference in Karachi, in which he warned the British Government: ‘if the British Government fought the Angola Government, the Muslims of India would resort to civil disobedience, proclaim complete independence and hoist the flag of the Indian Republic at the Ahmadabad session of the Indian National Congress” (Wasti, 1976).>GET ANSWER