Japanese Policing Power and the China-Japan Conflict in Modern Times
- 2016年 
【中文摘要】19世纪末日本在驻华领事馆内非法设置警察机构,并不断越界扩大警察权。1928年3月2日夜日本警察在中国厦门岛内擅自逮捕韩国人李箕焕等四人,引发了中国民众的强烈反抗。日本、中国国民政府、国民党厦门市党部及厦门反日会出于各自的目的采取不同的举措,最终中方取得了初步胜利。事件处理过程也反映了南京国民政府为了达到政权稳定、减少列强干涉的政治目标,对广大民众的爱国反日运动采取了严格限制的政策。 【Abstract】At the end of the 19th century, the Japanese consulate in Xiamen illegally established a police force and continuously expanded their policing power. On the night of March 2, 1928, Japanese policemen arrested four Koreans on Xiamen Island without Chinese authorization, triggering a strong protest by the Chinese. Japan, the Chinese National Government, and the KMT headquarters and the Anti-Japanese Society in Xiamen took different measures for their own ends,with the Chinese side eventually achieving initial victory. But in the process of handling the event, the National Government in Nanjing didn't hesitate to abandon the revolutionary diplomacy of anti-imperialism and rescinding the unequal treaties signed after the First National Congress of KMT in order to maintain the stability of the government and reduce the interference of the foreign powers. As such, the majority of the people's patriotic anti-Japanese movements were strictly limited by the National Government.