2 edition of Far East: a political and diplomatic history found in the catalog.
Far East: a political and diplomatic history
Payson J. (Jackson) Treat
|Statement||by Payson J. Treat.|
|Series||Harper"s historical series|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 549 p.|
|Number of Pages||549|
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The Far East. A Political and Diplomatic History. by Payson J. Treat, Ph.D. Professor of History in Stanford University. Harper & Brothers Publishers. New York and London. [Published AugustH-C] * China to * Japan to * The Far East, Series: Harper's Historical Series.
Scholarly Rating: % positive. Recruited straight from university, Ernest Satow (–) became one of the most respected British diplomats, particularly in Japan, where he is still remembered. After a career spent mostly in the rapidly developing Far East, he retired in Just before the outbreak of war, he was asked to Cited by: The state is assigned to political science and diplomatic history, while culture is placed in care of anthropology and cultural division of labor is underwritten by aligning the.
The History of East Asia encompasses the histories of China, Japan, Korea, Mongolia and Taiwan from prehistoric times to the present. The East Asian region is not uniform and each of its countries has a different national history, but scholars maintain that.
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By Bolor Lkhaajav for The Diplomat.It is wholly a secular and political history. and yet in this wholly secular history, that treats only of the political and diplomatic relations and influences of the great powers of the West in the far East, the very first words that are printed, except the mere words “The re-shaping of the Far East”—even before the title page—on a.
Throughout previous U.S. history, generals and admirals had often been deeply involved in that conduct—from General Scott's efforts to avoid war along the Canadian border in the s, through the numerous diplomatic missions to the Far East conducted by such naval officers as Commodore Matthew Perry, to U.S.
military occupations in the Cited by: 4.