New York: Institute of Pacific Relations, 1943. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo; xii, 97pp. A review copy with publisher's slip tipped in. Near Fine copy in rose cloth with black and gold label at spine in very good dust jacket (tanning, edgewear, a couple of small snags at rear). Item #18966
"Today when it is essential that all members of the united Nations understnad background from which their respective interntional policies spring, this study of British Far Eastern Policy is of interest not only for this reason but also because it is exceptionally rich in examples of different types of policy, some seemingly dictated by business men, others broadly imperialistic or informed with a modern attitude of international cooperation; and also because the British have shown an unusual facility of adjusting their policites in the light of their experience to changing conditions." - dustjacket.