Japan-American Diplomatic Relations in the Meiji-Taisho Era

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CONTENTS
PART ONE THE LAST STAGE OF THE SHOGUNATE: FROM THE OPENING OF THE COUNTRY TO THE MEIJI RESTORATION
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Chapter I. The Commencement of International Relations between Japan and the United States1
Chapter II. The United States and Japan Enter into Negotiations9
Chapter III. The U.S.-Japanese Treaty of Amity Concluded15
Chapter IV. The Treaty of Amity and Trade Concluded between Japan and the United States24
Chapter V. Relations between Japan and the United States after the Opening of the Ports41
Chapter VI. Seething Nationalistic Sentiment and the Western Powers51
Chapter VII. Port Hyogo Opened to Trade58
PART TWO THE FIRST HALF OF MEIJI: FROM THE RESTORATION THROUGH THE TREATY OF SHIMONOSEKI
Chapter I. The Birth of the New Government60
Chapter II. Foreign Policy at the Beginning of the Meiji Era83
Chapter III. The Ryukyus and Korea102
Chapter IV. Hawaii and the Japanese127
Chapter V. Negotiations for Treaty-Revision137
Chapter VI. America and the Sino-Japanese War156
PART THREE THE LATTER HALF OF THE MEIJI ERA: THE PERIOD BETWEEN THE TRIPARTITE INTERVENTION AND THE MANCHURIAN RAILWAY PROBLEM
Chapter I. The Tripartite Intervention and the Attitude of the United States170
Chapter II. Japan and the American Proposal for Open-door Policy in China177

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