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Lansing-Ishii Agreement

The Lansing-Ishii Agreement of 1917 between the United States and Japan established an Open Door[?] policy in China, while acknowledging that Japan had special interests in China. The agreement, because of its vagueness and the resulting different interpretations, was abrogated in 1923.

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