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Barbara J. Brooks. Japan's Imperial Diplomacy: Consuls, Treaty Ports, and War in China, 1895-1938. University of Hawaii Press. 2000. 296pp.

Thomas W. Burkman. Japan and the League of Nations: Empire and World Order, 1914-1938. University of Hawaii Press. 2008. 289pp.

Kevin J. Cooney. Japan's Foreign Policy Since 1945. M. E. Sharpe. 2007. 295pp.

Richard L. Grant (editor). The Process of Japanese Foreign Policy: Focus on Asia. Royal Institute of International Affairs. 1997. 154pp.

Takashi Inogushi. Japan's Foreign Policy in an Era of Global Change. Pinter. 1993. 210pp.

Morinosuke Kajima. Modern Japan's Foreign Policy. C. E. Tuttle. 1969. 327pp.

Yutaka Kawashima. Japanese Foreign Policy at the Crossroads: Challenges and Options for the Twenty-First Century. Brookings Institution Press. 2003. 163pp.

Young C. Kim (editor). Japan in World Politics. Institute for Asian Studies. 1972. 114pp.

Douglas H. Mendel. The Japanese People and Foreign Policy: A Study of Public Opinion in Post-Treaty Japan. Greenwood Press. 1971. 269pp.

Ian Nish. Japanese Foreign Policy 1869-1942: Kasumigaseki to Miyakezaka. Routledge. 2002. 346pp.

Ian Nish. Japan's Struggle with Internationalism: Japan, China, and the League of Nations, 1931-3. Kegan Paul International. 1993. 286pp;.

Ian Nish. Japanese Foreign Policy in the Interwar Period. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2002. 212pp.

Robert A. Scalapino (editor). The Foreign Policy of Modern Japan. University of California Press. 1977. 426pp.

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