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The international position of Japan as a great power
AuthorHishida, Seiji G. (Seiji George), b. 1874
Pub. LocationNew YorkPublisherColumbia University Press
Date1905Phys. Desc.289 p. ; 23 cm.
LocationStacksCall NumberDS845.I683 H574 1905
The International Position of Japan as a Great Power / by Seiji G. Hishida.

Contents: Introduction -- International society of ancient Asia, 660 B.C.-930 A.D. -- Dreams of universal empire, 894-1595 -- The first intercourse of Japan with the European nations, 1541-1638 -- Reopening of the sealed Japan, 1643-1863 -- Japan's entry into the comity of nations, 1868-1899 -- Modern international relations of Japan with Asiatic nations, 1868-1898 -- The Far Eastern question, 1895-1900 -- The Far Eastern question, 1900-1905 -- Conclusion -- Appendix: A. The treaty of Portsmouth. B. The renewed Anglo-Japanese alliance.
Bibliography (p. 285-289).

Subject(s)Japan--History--1868-
Japan--Foreign relations--1868-1912
Eastern question (Far East)
SeriesStudies in History, Economics and Public Law ; XXIV ; no. 03
Rec. TypeBookLanguageEnglish
CollectionRicci Institute LibraryRec. #12455
LCCN06-23069OCLC1978860