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end of extraterritoriality in China

Wesley R. Fishel

end of extraterritoriality in China

by Wesley R. Fishel

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley, Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Exterritoriality.,
  • China -- Foreign relations.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 301-309.

    Statementby Wesley R. Fishel.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 318 p.
    Number of Pages318
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14319636M

    Abstract. This book reopens the question of consular jurisdiction and extraterritoriality in China and Japan. The book combines recent findings in Qing history on the nature of ethnicity and law with the history of the treaty ports in both China and Japan, especially Shanghai, Yokohama, and Nagasaki.   As a "nuts and bolts" study of how systems of extraterritoriality in China and Japan came into existence, how these systems functioned, and how they eventually came to an end, this book gives a highly creditable, lucid and engaging account/5.

    The Sino-American Treaty for the Relinquishment of Extraterritorial Rights in China or Sino-American New Equal Treaty was a bilateral treaty signed by the United States and the Republic of China on Janu The formal name of the treaty was Treaty Between the United States of America and the Republic of China for the Relinquishment of Extraterritorial Rights in China and the.   Legal Imperialism examines the important role of nineteenth-century Western extraterritorial courts in non-Western states. These courts, created as a separate legal system for Western expatriates living in Asian and Islamic coutries, developed from the British imperial model, which was founded on ideals of legal positivism. Based on a cross-cultural comparison of the emergence, .

      On the day that extraterritoriality ended for Westerners living in Japan (J ), American Robert Miller murdered three people in Yokohama. The heinous nature of his crime led Japanese to question anew the civilizational logic that originally justified the system of extraterritoriality. Start studying China, Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.


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Synopsis. Wesley R. Fishel's doctorate dissertation The End of Extraterritoriality in China is a well-crafted and detailed analysis of the many twists and turns in China's road to the abolition of fills out the scope of the topic it had set itself beautifully, namely a study of how extraterritoriality, heavily focused on the British and American example, in China came to.

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The end of extraterritoriality in ChinaAuthor: Wesley R Fishel. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. published by the University of California Press, Berkeley.

Description. End of extraterritoriality in China. By the early 20th century, some Western powers were willing to relinquish extraterritorial rights given Chinese legal reform. For example, the Sino-British "Mackay treaty"'s article 12 read: China having expressed a strong desire to reform her judicial system.

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Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Author: Wesley R. Fishel. WHEN Turkey abolished the capitulations soon after the war China and Egypt were left as the only two nations bound by extraterritoriality. Now that the Montreux Convention has provided for the complete abolition of the Egyptian Capitulations, China has lost her sole companion.

Henceforth she will be the only nation bound by the shackles of the ancient system without any definite date of its Author: Ching-Chun Wang. Book Reviews. Capsule Reviews Review Essays Browse All Reviews More. Articles with Audio The End of Extraterritoriality in China. The End of Extraterritoriality in China.

By Thomas F. Millard. pp, The A.B.C. Press, THE END OF EXTRATERRITORIALITY IN CHINA ON Feb. 5 will begin in China a three day celebration of the Treaties signed with Great Britain and the U.S.A. on Jan. 11, by which these two countries relinquished their extraterritorial rights and established equality in all dealings with the China that is at present free and with.

Hathi Trust Digital Library. Commission on Extraterritoriality in China. 12 February Wan. Ching-Chun. China Still Waits the End of Extraterritoriality. Council on Foreign Relations.

Foreign Affairs. July Duus, Peter (). Modern Japan, Second Ed. New York: Houghton Mifflin Company. Book: Jones, F.C. Extraterritoriality in. China, may accede to the Resolution affecting extraterritoriality and the administration of justice in China by depositing within three months after the adjournment of the Conference a written notice of accession with the Gov­ ernmentof the United States for communication by it toeach of the Signatory Powers.

Turan Kayaoğlu's new book, Legal Imperialism: Sovereignty and Extraterritoriality in Japan, the Ottoman Empire, and China, addresses the interesting and ever-topical questions of legal imperialism and imperialism is defined as “the extension of a state's legal authority into another state and limitation of legal authority of the target state over issues that may Author: Mikael Baaz.

Extraterritoriality of this type was strongly resented as an infringement of sovereignty and was abolished in Japan inin Turkey inand in Egypt in In China opposition to extraterritoriality was but one phase of resistance to foreign control, which included the treaty port treaty port, port opened to foreign trade by a treaty.

At the end of the year, China reached agreements with Belgium, Denmark, Italy, Portugal, and Spain that provided for tariff autonomy; accepted, in principle, the ending of extraterritoriality; and promised that rights would be relinquished when other states had done so.

In China, the citizens of Great Britain, the United States, France and later Japan had extraterritoriality under the unequal treaties. Great Britain was the first to impose such a treaty on China, in the Treaty of Nanking that ended the First Opium : Kallie Szczepanski. The commission finally met in Peking during and went no further than recommending improvements in the administration of Chinese justice.

The United States finally relinquished its right to extraterritoriality in China in BIBLIOGRAPHY. Fishel, Wesley R.

The End of Extraterritoriality in China. Berkeley: University of California Press. Read this book on Questia. The purpose of this work is to present as briefly as can be done with lucidity the conditions and circumstances that have attended the institution of exterritoriality in China and the reasons and methods of the Chinese Government in bringing the system to an end.

THE END OF EXTRATERRITORIALITY IN CHINA. By Wesley R. Fishel. (Berkeley: University of California Press. I PP. xi, 3I8. $) THIs work is a conscientious and well-documented study of the decline and the end of extraterritoriality in China, beginning with China entering the First.

Extraterritoriality. Living in a section of a country set aside for foreigners but not subject to the host country's laws. Self Strengthening. a policy promoted by reformers toward the end of the Qing dynasty under which China would adopt Western technology while keeping its confucian values and institutions.

Spheres of Influence. He also provides an explanation for the end of imperial extraterritoriality, arguing that the Western decision to abolish their separate legal systems stemmed from changes in non-Western territories, including Meiji legal reforms, Republican Turkey's legal transformation under Ataturk, and the Guomindang's legal reorganization in China.

The end of extraterritoriality in China 作者: Wesley R. Fishel 出版社: Textbook Publishers 出版年: 页数: 装帧: 平装 ISBN: 豆瓣评分. Editorial information service. Series ; vol. I no. 6. Decem Autographed from typewritten copy. There are also books written after – Of these the most authoritative and detailed study is Fishel, The End of Extraterritoriality in China, published in Despite the title, however, only 5 out of a total of pages of text are devoted to the events of –Cited by: 7.