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Harvard East Asian Monographs 295

Tradition, Treaties, and Trade

Qing Imperialism and Chosŏn Korea, 1850–1910

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ISBN 9780674060739

Publication Date: 04/01/2011

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An important addition to the body of literature on the period of Korea’s opening.—J.E. Hoare, Asian Affairs

This is an important and stimulating work, and it deserves to be widely read.—Richard S. Horowitz, Journal of Asian Studies

Its rich analysis of the Qing’s interventionism sheds fresh and more varied light on interpreting Qing China’s imperialism into Choson Korea at the turn of the twentieth century, not only in the history of Sino–Korean relation but in the larger historical and regional context of imperialism of the world.—Jungwon Kim, Korean Studies

This is a fine piece of diplomatic and political history that should become standard reading for anyone interested in the process of imperialism in late nineteenth-century East Asia.—Kenneth M. Swope, Pacific Affairs

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