INTERNATIONAL: Uchida Doctrine


"Uchida Doctrine"

What the U. S. is to other American countries because of the Monroe Doctrine, Japan may become to the Far East. Last week her Doctrine, only partially complete as yet, was thrust boldly forward at Tokyo by Foreign Minister Count

Yasuya Uchida in what Japanese called the strongest policy speech ever made by a Foreign Minister to the Imperial Diet.

"Any plan for erecting the edifice of peace in the Far East," keynoted Count Uchida, "should be based upon recognition that the constructive force of Japan is the mainstay of tranquillity...

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