Democracy and Foreign Policy: A Case History the Sino-Japanese Dispute, 1931-33
This book discusses British Foreign Policy during the Sino-Japanese crisis in 1931-1933. The book consists of 25 chapters about the League Council and Manchuria, the "Sanctions" controversy, Anglo-American cooperation, the Stimson Note, the letter to Senator Borah, British opinion on the Borah Letter, the Sanctions Legend, Shanghai and Sanctions, before the Lytton Report from April-September 1932, the Lytton Report, Matsuoka, the "Forensic Defense" of Japan, the breakdown of conciliation, the Assembly's report, the Arms Embargo Campaign, the Debate of February 27th, 1933, the Embargo, to the Tangku Truce, after post-armistice, the parties and the dispute, "collective action" by Great Britain, within Britain's power, and the Government's policy. This book is suitable for research on British foregin policy during the Sino-Japanese War.
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