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Title :郭嵩燾の琉球自立 = 独立論とその周辺
Title alternative :Guo Songdao (郭嵩燾)' s theory and Policy that China should aid the independence of the Ryukyu country and the response of the China authorities for his proposal.
Authors :西里, 喜行
Authors alternative :Nishizato, Kiko
Issue Date :Sep-2002
Abstract :In China, the modernization movement was developed from 70's in 19 century over 80's. In this period, Guo Songdao (郭嵩燾)manifested the many views which deserved the attention in the field of international relation of China. He asserted that the independence of the Ryukyu country should be aided, and simultaneously,it was asserted that the independence of the Ryukyu country should be internationally secured. On the solution of the Ryukyu problem, he proposed following three points. (1) that the Ryukyu problem should be solved in forming from the viewpoint of the International low. (2) that the China authorities should call the international conference, and that the representative of the participating nation discusses the Ryukyu problem. (3) that the China representative should propose like the following in the international conference, that is to say, the participation each country should aid the independence of Ryukyu country, and it does not interfere in domestic administration and diplomacy of Ryukyu country. The diplomacy autthorities in China temporarily placed very much the interest for his three proposal. but it did come to disregarding his proposal soon, because the China authorities had to consider domestic and international situation too.
Type Local :紀要論文
ISSN :1345-3319
Publisher :琉球大学教育学部
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/331
Citation :琉球大学教育学部紀要 no.61 p.221 -240
Appears in Collections:No.61 (2002/9)

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