This volume examines the issues surrounding the renewal of the Anglo-Japanese Treaty of Alliance and looks at the possible consequences of different courses of action, against a backdrop of a Far Eastern situation under constant change. In spite of claims of impartiality, this volume represents widely-held views of the day that "the future supremacy of the white races is endangered" and the author claims to have remained as objective as possible, despite "being a member of the Western family of nations against whom the new Japanese peril may come to be directed."
Table of Contents
1. Japan Develops Her Far Eastern Programme 2. Developments Down to the Cessation of Hostilities 3. Three Factors of Danger for Japan 4. Policies of Japan and England Compared 5. Some Possible Future Combinations 6. Japan’s Modern World Diplomacy 7. The Questions of Race Equality and Shantung 8. The Shantung Question 9. The Shantung Question and Other Corrupting Evils 10. Japanese Expansion 11. A Chino-Japanese Union 12. Britain’s Change of Policy in Asia 13. The Anglo-Japanese Alliance 14. The Anglo-Japanese Alliance 15. Anglo-Japanese Alliance – the Japanese Peril 16. Anglo-Japanese Alliance – the Japanese Peril 17. China and the Western Powers 18. America Faces the New World Situation