Chino-Japanese Relations

Archive Report


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Negotiation of Chino-Japanese Differences

Negotiations at Nanking on the latest series of Japanese demands upon China appear to have reached a deadlock. While conversations are continuing between Foreign Minister Chang Chun of China and Ambassador Kawagoe of Japan, it is a matter of speculation as to how long Tokyo will refrain from positive action in the event that Chinese officials maintain an unyielding attitude. Japan's willingness to resort to negotiation instead of force or threats of force, in the situation created by the murder of five ...

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