Conflict of Policies in Asia

Conflict of Policies in Asia

Conflict of Policies in Asia

Conflict of Policies in Asia

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The purpose of this work is to present my conception of the policy and interest of the United States in the Orient; but attitudes and policies of other nations principally concerned also are indicated, and the relation of Europe to the question.

The survey includes the post-World War period from the peace conference at Paris to the present, with enough of background to make the argument comprehensible. In presenting the subject I have chosen often to give my own memoranda written contemporaneously with the events to which they apply, feeling that this method has the merit of revealing pointedly the political processes which motivated and shaped these events currently, and that this is the better way to demonstrate political science. The memoranda are unrevised and undeleted except here and there to omit repetitions and personal allusions.

Explanations and criticisms of American institutions are included because this work may be read in parts of the world where American administrative functions are not well understood; and they relate to the foreign policies of the American Government.

THOMAS F. MILLARD.

February,1924.

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