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Studies in International Law and History: An Asian by R. P. Anand (auth.)

By R. P. Anand (auth.)

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It was only in later centuries that Indonesian Islands became famous as pepper-producing regions. See 0. W. , 1967), p. 66. 14 See quoted in J. A. E. Morley, "The Arabs and the Eastern Trade", Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, Singapore Branch, vol. 22, part I (March 1949), p. 146. 15 See for details Anand, note 11, Chapter 3, pp. 40 et seq. 12 13 28 Studies in International Law and History: An Asian Perspective centuries. 16 This combination of greed and godliness-lust for riches and passion for God-led the Portuguese and the Spanish, and later, to a lesser extent, the British, the Dutch and the French, to relentlessly fmd a sea route to the dream land of India.

Dec. 1997), p. 59. 65 66 67 68 Nehru, Nehru, Nehru, Nehru, "Peace or War", Nehru's Speeches, vol. II, p. 169. "We will not compromise", ibid. p. 199. "Our objectives", Nehru's Speeches, vol. I, p. 257. , pp. 317-18. Jawaharlal Nehru and International Law and Relations 17 India's Policy on Recognition of States and Governments Realizing how Asian countries had suffered during the nineteenth century and later because of non-recognition of Asian states as members of the international community, Nehru was very much in favour of independence of the Asian and African countries and their recognition as independent states or governments as soon as it became clear that they had emerged as independent entities and were viable and effective.

There was no provision for the permanent residence of US citizens but a most-favourednation clause was included which secured to the United States any future privileges granted to other nations. 40 Although it was not in the full sense a commercial treaty, it was the beginning and, as Perry said in his report, Japan was "opened to the nations of the West"Y The Japanese are said to have congratulated themselves for conceding so little by this Treaty of Kanagawa, but did not realize they had opened the door for foreign penetration.

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