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Studies in the Anglo-Japanese Alliance (1902-1923)

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  • Gordon Daniels
  • Janet Hunter
  • Ian Nish
  • David Steeds

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Daniels examined British media views of Japan by sampling local and national dailies, with emphasis on The Times and The Economist and magazines like Punch, The Graphic and The Illustrated London News. While the metropolitan papers were broadly supportive, some provincial journalists, favouring free trade, were critical of Japan and the alliance.

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  • Gordon Daniels & Janet Hunter & Ian Nish & David Steeds, 2003. "Studies in the Anglo-Japanese Alliance (1902-1923)," STICERD - International Studies Paper Series 443, Suntory and Toyota International Centres for Economics and Related Disciplines, LSE.
  • Handle: RePEc:cep:stiisp:443
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