(Shuter& Kelly, 2007) The Fascist believed that western values dominated the world and their ways were morally wrong. They saw the policy of keeping peace with the west as weak and did not want Japan to be dependent in the west for raw materials. As they believed in nationalism, they wanted Japan self sufficient by trading and be a strong nation and using propaganda they try and convinced the Japanese people that western ways were wrong. This help them to a certain extent as some people truly believe and were convince by them but one other way Fascism became more powerful in Japan is in the education system. In the 1850s, half the men and a seventh of the women in Japan were literate and by 1920s, farmers could read and write.
Ethnocentricity and heroism are greatly evident in The Last Samurai because of the courageous actions taken by the Samurai to defend their culture from the prejudiced imperialists. Ethnocentricity played a huge role during imperialism in the 18th and 19th centuries because it caused nationalism to emerge in the native lands. This was demonstrated in the movie when the Americans trained the Imperial Army, as the time went on and the emperor saw the good in the Samurai, he felt guilty that his view of Japan had become clouded and caused their extinction. Soon after, the emperor terminated the contract with the United States because he came to realize that the Japanese were beginning to lose their traditional culture. The emperor said, "‘I have dreamed of a unified Japan.
In the 19th century, the era of imperialism of western powers, under the pressure of invasion and encroachment from foreign powers, the two isolated nations, China and Japan were forced to undergo reforms to modernize in order to strengthen the country. After decades of revolution, the result of the reforms in the two countries are contrary. While China continue to struggle with western powers and faced defeats, Japan had became a world power and was treated equally with the western powers in 1911. This essay will discuss the reasons contributing to the huge contrast of the result of the attempts of modernization in China and Japan. First of all, the lack of knowledge of the West and the pride of the Chinese culture had caused the Chinese ruling class unable to fully understand its own problems.
America just got out of The First World War and The Great Depression. We had lost many troops and we were recovering from the hard times of The Great Depression. Most Americans had no desire to join the war. Before the attack on Pearl Harbor, we helped in the war by providing arms to our allies and neutral countries. One of the main reasons that America finally joined the war is because of Japan and their attack on Pearl Harbor, after America was thrust into WWII everyday life changed all across the country.
The article “WWII Propaganda: The Influence of Racism” also states that “The Chinese man’s occupation implies that he helps people, while the title of Japanese warrior alludes to danger and disloyalty,” (ibid). As a result, all Japanese were discriminated in the U.S.A. as biased perceptions were already set in their minds. They were judging the Japanese as the whole, just because the attack of a small part of the
Such a period shall come to an end as to whenever the provisions of articles 15 and 16 are applicable. According to article 18, the president has the following duties: (a) Preside at the meetings and direct the discussions. (b) Ensure that the activities of the organization are in conformity with the decisions made. (c) Maintain direct and constant contact with the secretary general. As per article 19, modified at the 33rd session at Caracas in 1964, provided that the delegates of the committee shall be appointed by the assembly for not more than three years and cannot be immediately re-elected.
In practice, all the UNCLOS related matters go to either ITLOS and the arbitral tribunal un-der Annex VII. ITLOS comprises of a permanent body of twenty one judges whereas the lat-ter is composed of five judges whose membership and rules of procedure are prescribed at length. No further consent is required from any nation that has ratified the Convention and has a relevant claim brought against it. It is under Annexe VII of the Convention an arbitration tribunal, that the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) was established in July 2013. In January 2013, the Philippines formally initi-ated arbitration proceedings against China's territorial claim on the "Nine-Dash Line", which it said is ‘unlawful’ according to the UNCLOS.
Germany absolutely despised the Treaty, but it wasn’t just them. Clemenceau, of France, thought the Treaty was not harsh enough towards Germany. Lloyd George, of Britain, thought that the Treaty was just a great pity and believed another war would occur because of it. Lastly, Wilson, of the United States, was very let down by the Treaty, for he thought it was much too harsh towards Germany. Wilson claimed, “If I was a German, I wouldn’t have signed the