Euro-American%20and%20Japanese%20Imperialism%20in%20East%20Asia%20%283-31%29

Euro-American%20and%20Japanese%20Imperialism%20in%20East%20Asia%20%283-31%29

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HILD 12: 20 th -Century East Asia (Spring 2010) Professor Henry Lecture Outline (3-31): Euro-American and Japanese Imperialism in East Asia I. New Imperialism of 19th Century A. Mercantilist Imperialism of Early Modern European Powers 1. Divergent Paths of Colonization B. New Empires of Modern World: Formal Colonies 1. Similarity in Arrangement, Structure, and Evolution C. Informal/Free Trade Imperialism 1. Empires off the Map II. British Imperialism in China A. The Trade Imbalance: Chinese Tea for Indian Cotton and Opium B. First Opium War (1839-42): Military Confrontation and Gunboat Diplomacy
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Unformatted text preview: C. Treaty of Nanjing (1842) as Unequal Treaty III. American Imperialism in Japan A. Commodore Perry (1794-1858) and The Convention of Kanagawa (1854) B. Towsend Harris (1804-78) and The Treaty of Amity and Commerce (1858) IV. Japanese Imperialism in Korea A. Korea as Hermit Kingdom and Part of Chinese Tribute System 1. Example of 1866 Attack on US Sherman and 1871 Mission B. Japans Subdue Korea Debate (1869-73) C. Japanese Gunboat Diplomacy: The Uny Incident (1875) 1. The Treaty of Kanghwa (1876)...
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