3 edition of Unequal treaty, 1898-1997 found in the catalog.
Unequal treaty, 1898-1997
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P. Wesley-Smith, Unequal Treaty – China, Great Britain and Hong Kong’s New Territories (Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, ), Ch. 5, for a discussion of the special legal status of the New Territories. Google ScholarCited by: 7. See also Peter Wesley-Smith, Unequal Treaty China, Great Britain and Hong Kong's New Territories (Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, ). (22) Malawer provides an account of the drafting of article 52 in Stuart S. Malawer, "A New Concept of Consent and World Public Order: "Coerced Treaties" and the Convention on the Law of.
Understanding a country's history is a vital way of understanding its people. In Unequal Treaties and China, author Wang Jianlang looks at how history has affected the nation and how those unequal treaties from foreign powers have shaped China's policies even up until the modern : Reports of the Harbour Master, ; Reports of the Harbour Master and Director of Air Services, ; ‘Civil Establishment’, Hong Kong Blue Book, ; Louis Ha and Dan Waters, ‘Hong Kong’s Lighthouses and the Men Who Manned Them’, JHKBRAS, 41 (), (pp. ); Peter Wesley-Smith, Unequal Treaty China, Great Britain and .
In unequal treaty most important treaties were the Treaty of Wanghia (Wangxia) with the United States and the Treaty of Whampoa with France (both ). Each additional treaty expanded upon the rights of extraterritoriality, and, as a result, the foreigners obtained an independent legal, judicial, police, and taxation system within the treaty ports. Treaty of Kanagawa unequal treaty between Japan and Mathew Perry that opened the Japanese ports of Shimoda and Hakodate to United States trade, guaranteed the safety of shipwrecked U.S. sailors and established a permanent consul.
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Unequal treaty, China, Great Britain, and Hong Kongʼs New Territories (East Asian historical monographs)Cited by: 6. Unequal Treaty China, Great Britain, and Hong Kong's New Territories Hardcover – July 9, Author: Peter Wesley-Smith.
- Unequal Treaty, China, Great Britain, and Hong Kong's New Territories East Asian Historical Monographs by Wesley. East Asian Historical Monographs (共55册), 这套丛书还有 《The Overseas Chinese and the Revolution》,《Power and Charity》,《Malayan Federalism, 》,《Unequal Treaty, 》,《Chinese Politics in Malaysia》 等。Author: Peter Wesley-Smith.
This book, appearing in English for the first time, explains the political process of the negotiations attempting revision of the treaties in the context of events both inside and outside Japan. This book brings a fresh perspective to a classic and still important historical issue: the character of the unequal treaties imposed on Japan by the.
See also Peter Wesley-Smith, Unequal Treaty China, Great Britain and Hong Kong’s 1898-1997 book Territories (Oxford University Press, Hong Kong, ) and see Denunciation of the Treaty of 2 November between China and Belgium () PCIJ Ser A No 8.
9 For the full story, see Michael R Auslin, Negotiating with Imperialism: The Unequal. The conflict culminated with the British occupation of the Yangzi River city of Nanjing and the signing of China's first unequal treaty with the West in August The treaty ceded Hong Kong to Britain, levied a punitive indemnity on China, opened five ports to foreign trade and residence (Fuzhou, Amoy, Canton, Ningbo, and Shanghai), and made Author: Catherine Ladds.
Unequal treaty, in Chinese history, any of a series of treaties and agreements in which China was forced to concede many of its territorial and sovereignty rights. They were negotiated during the 19th and early 20th centuries between China and foreign imperialist powers, especially Great Britain, France, Germany, the United States, Russia, and Japan.
The first of the unequal treaties was imposed on Qing China by the British Empire in after the First Opium War. This document, the Treaty of Nanjing, forced China to allow foreigner traders to use five treaty ports, to accept foreign Christian missionaries on its soil, and to allow missionaries, traders, and other British citizens the right of : Kallie Szczepanski.
These chapters on China's treaty relations and the modern Chinese objections to the foreigner's status in China were written with a view to local publication in a Far Eastern journal only, and were therefore addressed to a reading public with as much knowledge of standard authorities and as easy access to books of reference on the subject as the author enjoyed; so there is much less.
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Unequal Treaty – China, Great Britain and Hong Kong's New Territories. By Peter Wesley-Smith. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press (East Asian Historical Monographs), xvi, pp.
Maps, Plates, Appendixes, Notes, Bibliography, Index. HK $80 (US $16). Wellington K. Chan (a1)Author: Wellington K. Chan. Unequal treaty is the name given by the Chinese to a series of treaties signed with Western powers during the 19th and early 20th centuries by Qing dynasty China after military attacks or military threats by foreign : 불평등 조약.
WESLEY-SMITH, Peter, Unequal Treaty − China, Great Britain and Hong Kong's New Territories (Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, ) AUSLIN, Michael R., Negotiating with Imperialism: The Unequal Treaties and Culture of Japanese Diplomacy (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, )Author: Alice De Jonge.Unequal treaty, China, Great Britain, and Hong Kong's new territories / Peter Wesley-Smith Oxford University Press Hong Kong ; New York Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
Buy Unequal Treaty, China, Great Britain, and Hong Kong's New Territories 2nd Revised edition by Wesley-Smith, Peter (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Peter Wesley-Smith. Unequal treaty, China, Great Britain, and Hong Kongʼs New Territories. Summary: This work surveys the treaty which leased the New Territories to Britain for 99.
Unequal treaty, China, Great Britain, and Hong Kong's new territories. This work surveys the treaty which leased the New Territories to Britain for 99 years. It also explains the difficulties which the treaty created in Sino-British affairs, as.
The “unequal treaties” and the treaty ports are two intricately linked elements of modern China’s experience with the world from to and beyond.
The legal framework of treaty ports was rooted and developed in a series of documents signed between China and foreign countries that are considered by the Chinese to be unfair treaties.
Unequal Treaty, China, Great Britain and Hong Kong's New Territories. by WESLEY-SMITH, PETER. Hong Kong.: Oxford University Press.
Revised and expanded edition. Map, pp, index, appendices, glossary, hardback. Dustjacket little abraded in one place, now protected, extremities of boards little rubbed, still a very good copy.
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As a leading scholar on Japanese labor history, Gordon provides insightful details from the perspective of ordinary Japanese, particularly the hardships, opportunities and resistance from workers and other non-elites during Japan's.This article is an attempt to explore one small part of this field: the Anglo-Japanese Treaty of Commerce and Navigation ofwhich brought Japan within sight of achieving her goal of treaty revision and was an important landmark in her struggle for recognition as a world power.1The governments responsible for negotiating this treaty were Cited by: 1.