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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, 1922
(1922)

List of papers,   pp. XXI-CXV ff. PDF (30.3 MB)


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LIST OF PAPERS
[Unless otherwise specified, the correspondence is from or to officials in
the Department of State.]
GENERAL
CONFERENCE ON THE LIMITATION OF ARMAMENT, WASHINGTON, NOVEMBER 12
1921-FEBRUARY 6, 1922
THE FOUR-POWER TREATY RELATING TO INSULAR POSSESSIONS AND INSULAR
DOMINIONS IN THE REGION OF THE PACIFIC OCEAN
Date and
number
1921
Undated
Undated
[Rec'd
Nov.11]
Undated
Undated
Undated
Undated
Subject
Memorandum, in Outline Form, by the Secretary of State of a
Conversation with Mr. Bal/our, of the British Delegation,
November 11, 1921
Discussion of Far Eastern questions; sentiment regarding
Anglo-Japanese Alliance; Balfour's submission of two memo-
randa of agreements on Far Eastern questions.
Memorandum by Mr. Balfour, of the British Delegation
Proposal of two Far Eastern arrangements: (1) a tripartite
arrangement to replace Anglo-Japanese Alliance and to provide
for preservation of peace and maintenance of territorial status
quo (text printed), (2) an arrangement dealing with China.
Memorandum by the Secretary of State of a Conversation with the
Counselor of the Japanese Embassy, November 26, 1921
Counselor's presentation of memorandum representing Shi-
dehara's personal views with respect to Anglo-Japanese Alli-
ance, for consideration pending arrival of instructions from
Japanese Government.
Draft by Ambassador Shidehara, of the Japanese Delegation, of
an Arrangement between Japan, the United States of Amer-
ica, and the British Empire
Arrangement for preservation of peace in Pacific Ocean and
maintenance of territorial status quo, designed to replace the
Anglo-Japanese Alliance.
Memorandum by the Secretary to the British Empire Delegation
of a Conversation at the Department of State, December 2,
1921, 5:30 p. m. to 7:30 p. m.
Discussion by Hughes, Balfour, and Kato: Japanese attitude
toward proposed invitation to France to join a four-power
arrangement on subject of Far Eastern possessions; Kato's
intimation he would telegraph his country to expedite reply.
Memorandum by the Secretary oJ State of a Conversation with
Senator Schanzer, of the Italian Delegation, December 3,
1921
Italy's desire to be associated with four powers in agreement
relating to matters in Far East; Hughes' explanation that four-
power agreement concerns only those nations having territorial
interests in Pacific.
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