Peace in the Far East

Mitchell, Jonathan
April 1932
New Republic;4/20/32, Vol. 70 Issue 907, p265
Focuses on stability achieved in Far Eastern international relations; Announcement by U.S. and the League Assembly that the Japanese forces must evacuate Shanghai; Discussion about the question of extraterritoriality; Condemnation to any central Chinese government to relative poverty and weakness by extraterritoriality treaties; Success of Hamaguchi-Shidehara, Japanese Cabinet, in proclamation of peace with China; Overview of the legal position of foreigners in China; Importance of reasons for the abolition of extraterritoriality; Negotiations at Shanghai on the security of Japanese nationals within the Shanghai International Settlement; Possibility that China will have to go through a social revolution;.


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