Introduction: "To demonstrate our power to aid civilization" : the meaning of Japan's intervention in Siberia -- "A delicious stew" : entropy and plurality in Japanese politics, 1890-1917 -- "There is no reason not to oppose it" : debating intervention, December 1917-June 1918 -- "The Seiyukai will greatly contribute to the fate of the empire" : intervention and the rise of the Hara cabinet, July-November 1918 -- "International democracy cannot exist in opposition to democracy at home" : the rise and fall of "Allied" intervention, November 1918-December 1919 -- "The Army minister's head must be placed on the chopping block first" : the transition to unilateral intervention, January-August 1920 -- "Indefinitely stationing troops is harmful and unproductive" : towards withdrawal "in principle," September 1920-May 1921 -- "Oh, meaningless intervention!" : a year of drift, June 1921-June 1922 -- "Who must take responsibility for this crime" : withdrawal and reckoning the costs of intervention, June-November 1922 -- Conclusion: "A situation in which we can only come out losers" : the Siberian intervention and the evolution of imperial Japan
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