Japanese Imperialism

@article{Vinacke1933JapaneseI,
  title={Japanese Imperialism},
  author={Harold Monk Vinacke},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  year={1933},
  volume={5},
  pages={366 - 380}
}
  • H. M. Vinacke
  • Published 1 September 1933
  • The Journal of Modern History
F ROM the standpoint of foreign relations recent Japanese history may be broadly divided into two periods. The first extends from the negotiation of the Perry treaty, signed March 31, 1854, to 1894-95. The second covers the years from the Sino-Japanese War to the present. For Japan, the second half of the nineteenth century might fairly be considered a period of adolescence. It was a time of an initial internal turmoil succeeded by a period of rapid development. The foreign relations of the… 
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References [1] Atsuko Abe. The Relationship between Japan and the European Union: Domestic Politics and Transnational Relations. Athlone Press, 1999. [2] Kōbō Abe. Women in the Dunes. Knopf, 1964.
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