The Korean Struggle for International Identity in the Foreground of the Shufeldt Negotiation, 1866-1882
University Press of America, 2005 - 225페이지
The Korean Struggle for International Identity in the Foreground of the Shufeldt Negotiation, 1866-1882 places a special focus on how Koreans view themselves and the outside world, in particular China, Japan, and the United States. The book challenges the one-sided—Chinese and Japanese respectively—view of the Korea-China and Korea-Japan relationships, and brings the much-neglected Korean perspective to the forefront.
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Prelude to the Shufeldt Negotiation The General Sherman Incident of 1866 and the LowRodgers Mission of 1871
The KoreanJapanese Treaty of 1876 and the Opening of Korea
Chinese Japanese and Korean Responses to American Overtures
The Shufeldt Negotiation and Subsequent Interpretation of Its Meaning
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