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Negotiating with imperialism : the unequal treaties and the culture of Japanese diplomacy

Author: Michael R Auslin
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2004.
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Japan's modern international history began in 1858 with the signing of the 'unequal' commercial treaty with the US. Over the next 15 years, Japanese diplomacy was reshaped in response to the Western imperialist challenge. This book explains the emergence of modern Japan through early treaty relations.
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Genre/Form: Traités
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Auslin, Michael R., 1967-
Negotiating with imperialism.
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2004
(OCoLC)645838285
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael R Auslin
ISBN: 0674015215 9780674015210
OCLC Number: 56493769
Description: viii, 263 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: The style and substance of treaty-making --
Negotiating space : the meaning of Yokohama --
Negotiating time : the postponement strategy --
The limits of negotiations : expulsion and gunboats --
New horizons : tariffs and translations --
Rethinking negotiation : moving toward revision --
Negotiating the future : the Iwakura mission in America and Britain --
Conclusion --
Appendix 1. : Treaties of friendship and commerce signed by the Tokugawa Bakufu and the Meiji government --
Appendix 2. : Key Japanese and Western diplomats --
Appendix 3. : Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the United States and Japan, July 29, 1858.
Responsibility: Michael R. Auslin.

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Japan's modern international history began in 1858 with the signing of the 'unequal' commercial treaty with the US. Over the next 15 years, Japanese diplomacy was reshaped in response to the Western imperialist challenge. This book explains the emergence of modern Japan through early treaty relations.

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