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« Torsten Weber’s subsequent chapter shifts the geographical focus farther east to look at relations between the Chinese and Japanese Empires in the decades following the Sino-Japanese War of 1894-95. Weber focuses on how mostly unofficial discourses of pan-Asian commonality emerged in both empires and, perhaps more interestingly, on how the Euro-American concepts of the Monroe Doctrine and “yellow peril” were emulated by Japan (the latter through a discourse of “white peril” with Europeans and Americans as a common enemy for all Asians) to assert its leadership over East Asia. »