The Russo-Japanese Conflict: Its Causes and Issues

K. Asakawa

Series: Asian Political, Economic and Social Issues
BISAC: HIS021000



Volume 10

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Edited by I Leslie Rubin, Robert J Geller, Abby Mutic, Benjamin A Gitterman, Nathan Mutic, Wayne Garfinkel, Claire D Coles, Kurt Martinuzzi, and Joav Merrick


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The issues of the conflict that forms the topic of this little volume are bound inevitably to influence the future of the civilized world for many years. Dr. Asakawa presents them with a logical thoroughness that reminds us of the military operations of his countrymen now in evidence elsewhere. It is the sort of presentation which a great subject needs. It is content with a simple statement of fact and inference. It is convincing because of its brevity and restraint.
(Imprint: SNOVA)

Introduction Supplementary Note

Chapter I. Retrocession of the Liao-tung Peninsula

Chapter II. The “Cassini Convention” and the Railway Agreement

Chapter III. Kiao-chau

Chapter IV. Port Arthur and Talien-wan

Chapter VI. The Occupation of Manchuria

Chapter VII. North China and Manchuria

Chapter VIII. The Anglo-German Agreement

Chapter IX. A Modus Vivendi: the Alexieff-Tsêng Agreement

Chapter X. A “Starting-Point”—the Lamsdorff-Yang-yu Convention

Chapter XI. Further Demands

Chapter XII. The Anglo-Japanese Agreement and the Russo-French Declaration

Chapter XIII. The Convention of Evacuation

Chapter XIV. The Evacuation

Chapter XV. Demands in Seven Articles

Chapter XVI. Diplomatic Struggle in Korea, I

Chapter XVII. Diplomatic Struggle in Korea, II

Chapter XVIII. The Russo-Japanese Negotiations, I

Chapter XIX. The Russo-Japanese Negotiations, II

Supplementary Note to Chapter XIX

Chapter XX. Chinese Neutrality and Korean Integrity


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