Foreign Diplomacy in China, 1894-1900: A Study in Political and Economic Relations with China

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FOREIGN DIPLOMACY IN CHINA 1894-1900
A STUDY IN POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC RELATIONS WITH CHINA

BY
PHILIP JOSEPH, LL.B.( McGill), PH.D.( London)

Barrister-at-Law of the Middle Temple; Law Exhibitioner ( McGill), 1924; Quebec Government Scholar, 1924-27;
Laura Spelman Rockefeller Fellow, 1927-29

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY
SIR A. FREDERICK WHYTE
K.C.S.I., LL.D.

LONDON
GEORGE ALLEN & UNWIN LTD
MUSEUM STREET

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  • Title Page 5
  • Author's Preface 9
  • Contents 13
  • List of Maps 15
  • Itroduction 17
  • Foreign Diplomacy in China 25
  • Notes 37
  • Chapter II - Commercial Privileges of the Foreigner 40
  • Notes 58
  • Chapter III - The Sino-Japanese War 61
  • Notes 95
  • Chapter IV - The Peace Negotiations 101
  • Notes 121
  • Chapter V - The Intervention of the East Asiatic Dreibund 124
  • Notes 131
  • Chapter VI - The First Indemnity Loan: a Cleft in the Dreibund 133
  • Notes 144
  • Chapter VII - The Russo-French Programme 146
  • Notes 169
  • Chapter VIII - Russo-French Co-Operation in Korea and China 173
  • Notes 187
  • Chapter IX - The German Acquisition of Kiaochau 189
  • Notes 217
  • Chapter X - The Third Indemnity Loan: Negotiations for an Anglo­ Russian Understanding 222
  • Notes 259
  • Chapter XI - The Russian Acquisition of Port Arthur 264
  • Notes 282
  • Chapter XII - British Policy After Port Arthur 285
  • Notes 311
  • Chapter XIII - Britain's Further Alliance Overtures 315
  • Notes 328
  • Chapter XIV - Britain's Efforts for Recognition of Her Sphere 330
  • Notes 343
  • Chapter XV - The Modified "Open-Door" Policy 345
  • Notes 365
  • Chapter XVI - Mr. Chamberlain's Bid for American Support 368
  • Notes 385
  • Chapter XVII - The Anglo-Russian Railway Sphere Arrangement 387
  • Notes. 397
  • Chapter XVIII - Triumph of the Modified "Open-Door" Policy 399
  • Notes 414
  • Chapter XIX - A Retrospect 416
  • Bibliography 423
  • Index 427
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