This volume draws together material from The Japan Chronicle, The Japan Gazette and the China Treaty Port foreign papers, all of which are of great historical value. The Japan and China Treaty Port foreign papers frequently contain important articles translated from the vernacular press. These original articles were often written by leading politicians and statesmen – Count Mutsu, Count Hayashi, Tang-shao-Yi, Wu-ting-Fang and Liang-chi-Chao were all prolific contributors. Written with the prospect of World War II looming, the rapid changes in the Far East happened almost without the West realising. This volume makes available key documents and analyses Japanese foreign policy with a view to directing UK handling of a delicate diplomatic situation in the Far East.
Table of Contents
1. Japan and the Anglo-Japanese Alliances 2. Japan’s Real Policy in China 3. The First Revolution in China, 1911-12 4. The Second Revolution in China, 1912-13 5. Japan, America and Mexico, 1911-14 6. The Twenty-One Demands 7. Japan’s Commercial Expansion, 1914-18. Note.