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HILD 12: 20 th -Century East Asia (Spring 2010) Professor Henry Lecture Outline (4-1): The Sino-Japanese War (1894-95) as Watershed I. Japanese Imperialism in Korea (continued from 3-31) B. Japan’s “Subdue Korea Debate ” (1869-73) C. Japanese Gunboat Diplomacy: The Un’yō Incident (1875) 1. The Treaty of Kanghwa (1876) II. Gradualist Reformers (China) VS “Enlightenment” Advocates (Japan) A. The Soldiers’ Mutiny (1882): Roots of Sino-Japanese Animosity B. The Kapsin Coup (1884): Failed Attempt at “Enlightened” Government
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Unformatted text preview: C. China’s Imperialistic Tactics in Korea under Yüan Shih-kai (1885-94) III. The “Eastern Learning” Rebellion and The Sino-Japanese War (1894-95) A. The Kabo Reforms (1894-96): Modernization under Imperialist Auspices B. The Treaty of Shimonoseki (1895) IV. The Sino-Japanese War as Watershed A. Imperial Japan as New Regional Power in East Asia B. Anti-Imperial Nationalism in Korea, Taiwan, China C. Mass Politics Address Questions of Empire: Example of Hibiya Riot (1905)...
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