The Awakening of the East

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CONTENTS



INTRODUCTION



PART I.—SIBERIA


I. THE ORIGINS OF RUSSIAN EXPANSION IN SIBERIA AND THE NATURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE COUNTRY 1


II. THE LAND OF SIBERIA AND ITS INHABITANTS 9


III. AGRICULTURAL SIBERIA AND THE RURAL POPULATION 17


IV. MINERAL RESOURCES AND INDUSTRIES 27


V. SIBERIAN COMMERCE AND THE TRANSPORT OF TEA 31


VI. SIBERIAN TOWNS 38


VII. IMMIGRATION 43


VIII. MEANS OF COMMUNICATION IN SIBERIA 56


IX. THE TRANS-SIBERIAN RAILWAY 64


X. THE RAILWAY THROUGH MANCHURIA 71


XI. THE ALTERED RELATIONS BETWEEN EUROPE AND THE FAR EAST RESULTING FROM THE TRANS-SIBERIAN RAILWAY 76



PART II.—JAPAN


I. THE ORIGIN AND PAST HISTORY OF JAPAN 81


II. JAPAN AND THE REVOLUTION OF 1868 97


III. MODERN JAPAN 110


IV. JAPANESE INDUSTRY 118


V. RURAL JAPAN 125


VI. DEVELOPMENT OF JAPANESE COMMERCE 135


VII. THE FINANCES OF JAPAN 143


VIII. THE DOMESTIC POLITICS AND PARLIAMENT OF JAPAN 154


IX. JAPAN’S FOREIGN POLICY AND HER MILITARY POWER 164


X. THE FUTURE OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION IN JAPAN—RELATIONS BETWEEN JAPANESE AND FOREIGNERS 171



PART III.—CHINA


I. THE CHINESE PROBLEM 183


II. THE CAPITAL OF CHINA 188


III. THE COUNTRY IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD OF PEKING—NUMEROUS SIGNS OF THE DECLINE OF THE EMPIRE 198


IV. THE LITERARY AND MANDARIN CLASS—PRINCIPAL CAUSES OF THE DECADENCE OF THE EMPIRE 204


V. THE CHINESE PEOPLE AND THEIR CHARACTERISTICS 212


VI. FOREIGNERS IN CHINA—THE ATTITUDE OF THE CHINESE TOWARDS WESTERN CIVILIZATION 228


VII. THE POSITION AND WORK OF FOREIGNERS IN CHINA 234


VIII. CHINA AND THE POWERS 242


IX. RUSSIA, FRANCE, AND ENGLAND IN THE FAR EAST IN 1895–97 253


X. CHINA AND THE POWERS 1897–99—‘SPHERES OF INFLUENCE,’ AND THE ‘OPEN DOOR’ 266


XI. THE FUTURE OF CHINA—MAINTENANCE OR PARTITION OF THE CELESTIAL EMPIRE? 276


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