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Okay. Robbins, Sir Edward gray: A Biography of Lord gray of Fallodon (London, 1971), p. 172.  591 Mesopotamia 04 Ch four 12/6/08 8:44 AM web page seventy four 591 Mesopotamia 04 Ch four 12/6/08 8:44 AM web page seventy five four the standards of Decision-Making The Relevance of Diplomatic issues The trend of eu diplomatic alignments didn't have an effect on the content material of the Tigris valley railway call for. The diplomatic negotiations which preceded the April 1910 despatch neither enlarged its foreign context nor multiplied its Eurocentric implications. They simply helped to steer its tone and to figure out its timing. for a lot of the interval among 1907 and 1910, gray did wish to utilise the overseas Baghdad Railway discussions as a way of enhancing Britain’s kinfolk with Germany, strengthening its ties with France and Russia and demonstrating its friendship for Turkey. The 1910 despatch represents a departure from that path. The British govt demanded the Tigris valley railway concession regardless of German competition, Franco-Russian displeasure and Turkish dissent. The call for indicated the government’s refusal to post its Mesopotamian objectives to a suite trend of ecu requisites. The Tigris valley call for was once inconsistent with Grey’s declared coverage of keeping the cohesion of the entente through the Baghdad Railway discussions. It needs to, hence, qualify Chapman’s declare that gray repeatedly, and with integrity, adhered to the à quatre precept. 1 gray revered the framework of the venture while refusing to sacrifice his French and Russian acquaintances for any Mesopotamian “mess of pottage”2 which the Germans may proffer. He impaired its spirit, although, by means of authorising a despatch which demanded the delight of Britain’s self reliant targets. The Tigris valley railway call for was once designed to safe Britain’s Mesopotamian pursuits instead of its ecu friendships. a few degree of unilateralism had lengthy been inherent within the good judgment of Britain’s Baghdad Railway coverage. through the family discussions, which had targeted British cognizance at the southern finish of the Baghdad Railway, British officers had neither constantly, nor unanimously,  591 Mesopotamia 04 Ch four 12/6/08 8:44 AM web page seventy six B R I T I S H P O L I C Y I N M E S O P OTA M I A , 1 nine zero three – 1 nine 1 four encouraged the à quatre place. In 1905, O’Conor3 and Clarke,4 and in 1907, Fitzmaurice5 and the Baghdad Railway Committee,6 had all hinted that Britain may still independently search to fulfill its Mesopotamian calls for. In go back, France and Russia will be accorded a “free hand” of their personal respective spheres of curiosity. gray had now not, as a result, competently mirrored the fashion of British considering while, in 1907, he swiftly guaranteed Cambon that Britain wouldn't wasteland the à quatre entrance. 7 Neither did the French govt locate this insurance passable. at the eve of the kaiser’s stopover at to Windsor, Pichon8 felt it essential to repeat that the British cupboard memorandum “would render very unlikely any contract among the Powers .