Ian Nash: Collected Writings

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Psychology Press, Feb 7, 2002 - Japan - 291 pages
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This volume of the Collected Writings of Modern Western Scholars on Japan brings together the work of Ian Nish on international relations affecting Japan, Russia, China and Korea in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
  

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Contents

Introdution
1
An East India Merchant House in the China Trade in
11
British Mercantile Cooperation in the IndoChina Trade
21
Europes Growing
38
Japans Modernization and AngloGerman Rivalry in
47
Japan and European Brinkmanship 1895
64
The Royal Navy and the Taking of Weihaiwei 18981905
72
John McLeavy Brown in Korea 18931905
88
An Overview of Relations between China and Japan
219
Japan and the First Manchurian Crisis of 1929
243
Japanese Military Intelligence on the Eve of the
251
Dr Heinrich
257
The Tokyo Embassy of Sir Francis
270
The Showa Emperor and the end of the Manchurian Crisis
284
Japan Between the Wars
295
Conflicting Japanese Loyalties in Manchuria
310

Focus of RussoJapanese Diplomacy 18981903
103
BETWEEN THE WARS
131
A Spy in Manchuria Ishimitsu Makiyo
133
Dr G E Morrison and the Portsmouth Peace Conference
139
Japanese Intelligence 18941922
149
The Washington Conference of 19212
166
Diplomats in Japan
173
Sir George Sansom Diplomat and Historian
179
AngloJapanese AlienationRevisited
200
THE MANCHURIAN CRISIS AND AFTER
217
Britains View of the Japanese Economy in the Early
326
Japan and Australia Between the Wars
339
Yoshida Shigeru and Madame Yoshida at the London
354
The Greater East Asian Coprosperity Sphere
369
Nationalism in Japan
387
Japan and the Outbreak of War in 1941
396
Japanese Civilians in War
414
The Japanese Experience
425
Index
439
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