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Tradition, Treaties, and Trade

Qing Imperialism and Chosŏn Korea, 1850–1910

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ISBN 9780674060739

Publication Date: 04/01/2011


  • Conventions and Abbreviations
  • Introduction
  • 1. Pre-Nineteenth-Century Sino–Korean Relations
  • 2. Nineteenth-Century Challenges and Changes
  • 3. Treaties and Troops: Bringing Multilateral Imperialism to Korea
  • 4. Soldiers, Diplomats, and Merchants: Establishing a Qing Presence in Korea
  • 5. The Residency of Yuan Shikai
  • 6. Suzerainty, Sovereignty, and Ritual
  • 7. Yuan Shikai and “Commercial Warfare” in Korea
  • 8. Defending Multilateral Privilege at Suzerainty’s End: The Sino–Japanese War and Its Aftermath
  • 9. Endings, Echoes, and Legacies
  • Reference Matter
  • Works Cited
  • Index

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