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西洋の論じた日中・太平洋戦争 同時代英語文献復刻シリーズ 第1回配本:太平洋戦争戦前期編 全6巻 Roger Buckley(著/文 | 編集) - ユーリカ・プレス
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Wars and Rumours of War - Japan, the West and Asia Pacific, 1918-1945

西洋の論じた日中・太平洋戦争 同時代英語文献復刻シリーズ 第1回配本:太平洋戦争戦前期編 全6巻 Wars and Rumours of War - Japan, the West and Asia Pacific, 1918-1945 Selected Contemporary Readings on Crises and Conflict, Series I: 1918-1937

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第2次世界大戦後70年を迎え、歴史学をはじめ、政治学や国際関係学分野でも多様な太平洋戦争研究が盛んになっていますが、公文書や様々な一次資料を扱いながらこの戦争に至った経緯や原因などに関する重要な歴史研究が展開している一方、この時代に海外からどのような視線が日本や極東アジアに向けられ、戦時色の強まるこの地域に関して世界全体でどのような議論がなされていたのかについて、同時代に海外で読まれていた文献を検証しての研究はまだ充分になされてはいないと言えます。本コレクションは、今後国内外でより深い研究対象となると思われるこのテーマに関しての文献を広く集め、時代別に2回配本、各6巻、合計12巻(予定)の研究資料集として提供するものです。

第1回配本ではヴェルサイユ条約の締結される1919年前後から、満州事変を経て日中戦争が勃発し太平洋戦争にいたる戦前期に発表された文献のコレクションで、政治家、外交官や軍人、歴史家や研究者など立場の異なる著者による雑誌記事や英文書籍、計90点を収録します。米国やヨーロッパでの議論だけでなく、東アジアの外に向け、中国で発表された稀少な英語資料や、対アジア政策を西洋に宣伝する日本からの発信も多数含み、戦前期の海外での議論がグローバルに浮かび上がるよう編集されています。元ICU教授で現在もオックスフォード大学のVisiting Student Programmeで教鞭をとる編者の詳しい解説に加え、ロンドン・スクール・オブ・エコノミックスのアンソニー・ベストの序文入りです。

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Foreword by ANTONY BEST, Associate Professor, International History, London School of Economics
Preface &Acknowledgements
Introduction: The Rise and Fall of ‘The Coming Power of Asia’ by ROGER BUCKLEY
Volume 1: Journals
1-1 G. Shibata
What Japan is Thinking, The New Republic, 13 July 1918, pp. 313-315
1-2 James Thayer Addison
The Value of Japanese Promises, The New Republic, 17 September 1919, pp. 202-205
1-3 John Dewey
The American Opportunity in China, The New Republic, 3 December 1919, pp. 14-17
1-4 Masujiro Honda
National, Racial and International Sentiments: Japanese-Chinese-American Relations in the League of Nations, The Journal of International Relations, 10, 3, January 1920, pp. 245-250
1-5 Payson J. Treat
The Shantung Issue, The Journal of International Relations, 10, 3, January 1920, pp. 289-312
1-6 Benny Kumar Sarkar
The International Fetters of Young China, The Journal of International Relations, 11, 3, January 1921, pp. 347-368
1-7 Kenneth Scott Latourette
Japan and America, The Journal of International Relations, 12, 1, July 1921, pp. 14-26
1-8 Frederick Moore
The Washington Conference and the Foreign Policies of Japan, The Journal of International Relations, 12, 4, April 1922, pp. 474-484
1-9 B, anonymous
The Situation in the Far East, Foreign Affairs, June 1923
1-10 Stanley K. Hornbeck
Has the United States a Chinese Policy?, Foreign Affairs, 5, 4, July 1927, pp. 617-632
1-11 Hiram Bingham
New China's Political Bible, Foreign Affairs, 6, 2, January 1928, pp. 203-216
1-12 K. K. Kawakami
Manchuria: The Crux of Chino-Japanese Relations, Foreign Affairs, 6, 3, April 1928, pp. 379-394
1-13 Franklin D. Roosevelt
Our Foreign Policy: A Democratic View, Foreign Affairs, 6, 4, July 1928, pp. 573-586
1-14 Harold S. Quigley
Foreign Concessions in Chinese Hands, Foreign Affairs, 7, 1, October 1928, pp. 150-155
1-15 Walter H. Mallory
China's New Tariff Autonomy, Foreign Affairs, 7, 3, April 1929, pp. 497-499
1-16 Comparative Naval Strengths, Foreign Affairs, 7, 3, April 1929, pp. 500-501
1-17 Nathaniel Peffer
What Next in China? I. Relations with the Great Powers, The New Republic, 17 July 1929, pp. 225-227
1-18 Harold S. Quigley
The United States in the Pacific: A Survey of the Relations of the United States with China and American Opinion Thereon. August 1, 1927 - June 1, 1929, Pacific Affairs, 2, 8, August 1929, pp. 470-495
1-19 K.K. Kawakami
The Russo-Chinese Conflict in Manchuria, Foreign Affairs, 8, 1, October 1929, pp. 52-68
1-20 Walter Lippmann
The London Naval Conference: An American View, Foreign Affairs, 8, 4, July 1930, pp. 499-518
1.21 Editorial
The Stimpson Letter, The New Republic, 9 March 1932, pp.85-87
1-22 P.
Communism in China, Foreign Affairs, 9, 2, January 1931, pp. 310-316
1-23 Yusuki Tsurumi
Japan in the Modern World, Foreign Affairs, 9, 2, January 1931, pp. 254-265
1-24 A. Lawrence Lowell
Manchuria, the League, and the United States, Foreign Affairs, 10, 3, April 1932, pp. 351-368
1-25 Kikujiro Ishii
The Permanent Bases of Japanese Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs, 11, 2, January 1933, pp. 220-229
1-26 E.M. Gull
Second Thoughts on the Lytton Report, Transactions of The Japan Society London, Vol. XXX, 1933, pp. 39-51
1-27 Yosuke Matsuoka
Speech to Japan Society, Transactions of The Japan Society London, 1933, pp. 4-7
1-28 William V. Pratt
The Setting for the 1935 Naval Conference, Foreign Affairs, 12, 4, July 1934, pp. 541-552
1-29 Political Parties of Japan in Critical Period, Japan Today and Tomorrow, No. 7, 1933/34, pp.56-57
1-30 Bosworth Goldman
China Old and New, The Spectator, 21 December 1934, p. 970
1-31 Kichisaburo Nomura
Japan's Demand for Naval Equity, Foreign Affairs, 13, 2, January 1935, pp. 196-203
1-32 Nathaniel Peffer
We Drift Toward War in the Orient, The New Republic, 20 March 1935, pp. 154-156
1-33 Walter Lippmann
Britain and America: The Prospects of Political Cooperation in the Light of Their Paramount Interests, Foreign Affairs, 13, 3, April 1935, pp. 363-372
1-34 A.J. Grajdanzev
Profit and Loss in Manchuria, Pacific Affairs, 8, 2, June 1935, pp. 144-158
1-35 Hector C. Bywater
Japanese and American Naval Power in the Pacific, Pacific Affairs, 8, 2, June 1935, pp. 168-175
1-36 Reijiro Wakatsuki
The Aims of Japan, Foreign Affairs, 13, 4, July 1935, pp. 583-594
1-37 Nathaniel Peffer
America: The Jellyfish of the Pacific, Pacific Affairs, 8, 3, September 1935, pp. 284-291
1-38 Frederick Whyte
The Institute of Pacific Relations and the Crisis in the Far East, Pacific Affairs, 9, 1, March 1936, pp. 5-12
1-39 Guenther Stein
Through the Eyes of a Japanese Newspaper Reader, Pacific Affairs, 9, 2, June 1936, pp. 177-190
1-40 Norman H. Davis
The New Naval Agreement, Foreign Affairs, 14, 4, July 1936, pp. 578-583
1-41 George E. Taylor
The Powers and the Unity of China, Pacific Affairs, 9, 4, December 1936, pp. 532-543
1-42 Hu Shih
The Changing Balance of Forces in the Pacific, Foreign Affairs, 15, 2, January 1937, pp. 254-259
1-43 Freda Utley
Population and Conquest, Pacific Affairs, 10, 1, March 1937, pp. 16-30
1-44 William Henry Chamberlin
Naval Bases in the Pacific, Foreign Affairs, 15, 3, April 1937, pp. 484-494
1-45 Yosuke Matsuoka
The South Manchuria Railway Company: Its Great Mission and Work, Contemporary Manchuria. Vol. 1, No.1, April 1937, pp. i-ii, 1-14
1-46 Bruno Lasker
Propaganda as an Instrument of National Policy, Pacific Affairs, 10, 2, June 1937, pp. 152-160
1-47 Ching-Chun Wang
China Still Waits the End of Extraterritoriality, Foreign Affairs, 15, 4, July 1937, pp. 745-749
1-48 Gregory Bienstock
Japan and the Future of Europe, The Spectator, 27 August 1937, p. 339
1-49 Robert S. Morton
Japan and China: A War of Minds, Pacific Affairs, 10, 3, September 1937, pp. 305-314
1-50 Jonathan Mitchell
Roosevelt's Far Eastern Policy, The New Republic, 15 September 1937, pp. 147-148
1-51 Ralph Morton
Manchuria: After Six Years, The Spectator, 24 September 1937, p. 498
1-52 Nathaniel Peffer
The Price of Japanese Imperialism, Foreign Affairs, 16, 1, October 1937, pp. 21-33
1-53 Franz Michael
Japan's 'Special Interests' in China, Pacific Affairs, 10, 4, December 1937, pp. 407-411
1-54 A. Morgan Young
The Press and Japanese Thought, Pacific Affairs, 10, 4, December 1937, pp. 412-419
Volume 2: Japan
2-1 Kojiro Sato
If Japan and America Fight, 1921, pp. 1-10, 179-189
2-2 K.K. Kawakami
What Japan Thinks, 1921, pp. 1, 5-9, 93-141, 160-170
2-3 Vice Admiral Tetsutaro Sato
Japan's Navalism, What Japan Thinks, 1921, K.K. Kawakami (ed.), pp. 93-103
2-4 Henry Satoh
Militarism and Navalism in America, What Japan Thinks, 1921, K.K. Kawakami (ed.), pp. 104-131
2-5 Premier Takashi Hara
Harmony between East and West, What Japan Thinks, 1921, K.K. Kawakami (ed.), pp. 132-141
2-6 Marquis Shigenoru Okuma
Illusions of the White Race, What Japan Thinks, 1921, K.K. Kawakami (ed.), pp. 160-170
2-7 The Japanese Association in China
Presenting Japan's Side of the Case, 1931, pp. iii, v-vii, 1-77
2-8 Motosada Zumoto
Sino-Japanese Entanglements, 1931-1932, a military record, 1932, pp. title, copyright, i-iii, 7-29, 71-79, 105-145, 174-185, 204-231, 291-302
2-9 K.K. Kawakami
Japan Speaks on the Sino-Japanese Crisis, 1932, pp. iii-xvi, 1, 21-39, 85-118, 131-184
2-10 Ambassador to USA Hirohi Saito
Japan's Policies and Purposes, 1935, pp. iii-xi, 1-56, 82-102, 118-152, 216-224
2-11 Tatsuji Takeuchi
War and Diplomacy in the Japanese Empire, 1935, pp. iii-xix, 9-21, 337-421
Volume 3: China-Part I
3-1 Ge-Zay Wood
The Shantung Question, 1922, pp. contents, 13-17, 102-1171, 213-265
3-2 Shuhsi Hsu
Essays on the Manchurian Problem, 1932, pp. xxiv + 150
3-3 Edwin Lo-Tien Fang
Manchuria: A Second Korea?, 1934, pp. iii, 58-213
3-4 E. Krueger
Sino-Japanese Relations Reviewed, The China Quarterly, 2, 4, special fall edition, 1937, pp. 575-586
3-5 A Commentator
Sino-Japanese War in Shanghai, The China Quarterly, 2, 4, special fall edition, 1937, pp. 609-627
3-6 C.L. Hsia
Some Pre-Requisites to the Shanghai Neutralisation Scheme, The China Quarterly, 2, 4, special fall edition, 1937, pp. 629-641
3-7 Harry Paxton Howard
Japan's Claim to Combat Bolshevism in China, The China Quarterly, 2, 4, special fall edition, 1937, pp. 659-673
3-8 Wang Chung-hui
Symposium on the Sino-Japanese Conflict: How America Can Support China, The China Quarterly, 2, 4, special fall edition, 1937, pp. 691-694
3-9 Alfred S. K. Sze
Symposium on the Sino-Japanese Conflict: Boycotting Japanese Goods, The China Quarterly, 2, 4, special fall edition, 1937, pp. 697-699
3-10 Madame Chiang Kai-shek
Symposium on the Sino-Japanese Conflict: China Fights for Freedom, The China Quarterly, 2, 4, special fall edition, 1937, pp. 699-702
3-11 T. V. Soong
Symposium on the Sino-Japanese Conflict: Isolation and Constructive Pacifism, The China Quarterly, 2, 4, special fall edition, 1937, pp. 702-704
Volume 4: China-Part II
4-1 Edward Bing-Shuey Lee [Li, Ping-jui]
Two Years of the Japan-China Undeclared War And the Attitude of the Powers, 2nd Edition, Shanghai: The Mercury Press, 1933. With forewords by Sun Fo, Hu Han-Min,C.T. Wang, Lo Wen-Kan, C.C. Wu & Wellington Koo and Introduction to 2nd Edition by Eugene Chen, pp. xxiv+613+8 maps + 45 pages of illustrations
Volume 5: USA
5.1 Yamato Ichihashi
The Washington Conference and After [extracts], Stanford University Press, 1928
5.2 Sherwood Eddy
The World’s Danger Zone [extracts], Farrar & Rinehart, New York, 1932
5-3 Frederick Field
Battle of the Bankers, Empire in the East, 1934, Joseph Barnes (ed.), pp. iii-vii, map, 149-181
5-4 Pearl Buck
Missionaries of Empire, Empire in the East, 1934, Joseph Barnes (ed.), pp. 241, 254-266
5-5 Nathaniel Peffer
Peace or War, Empire in the East, 1934, Joseph Barnes (ed.), pp. 297-318
5-6 Walter Millis
The Future of Sea Power in the Pacific, 1935, pp. cover, inner cover, 1-51
5-7 E.E.N. Causton
Militarism and Foreign Policy in Japan, 1936, pp. title, contents, 131-183
5-8 Eleanor Tupper and George McReynolds
Japan in American Public Opinion, 1937, pp. iii, vii-xiii, xvii-xix, 112-169, 240-454
Volume 6: UK
6-1 An Ex Counsellor of legation in the Far East [Sidney Osborne]  The Problem of Japan, 1918, pp. cover, i-viii, 1-272
6-2 Hector C. Bywater
The Great Pacific War: A History of the American-Japanese Campaign of 1931-33, 1925, pp. iii-ix, 1-14, 297-304
6-3 Lieut-Colonel P.T. Etherton & H. Hessell Tiltman
The Pacific: A Forecast, 1928, pp. iii, iv, vii-ix, 149-199
6-4 Hugh Latimer
Naval Disarmament: A Brief Report, 1930, pp. i-x, 1-112
6-5 Hessell Tiltman
The Far East Comes Nearer, 1937, pp. 3-6, 97-121, 181-199, 324-337

著者プロフィール

Roger Buckley  (著/文 | 編集

国際基督教大学元教授

Anthony Best  (序文

London School of Economic

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