The Manchuria-Mongolia problem (Japanese: 満蒙問題 Hepburn: manmō mondai ) refers to a set of issues concerning Japan's protection of its special interests in Manchuria and the Inner Mongolia region in the aftermath of the Russo-Japanese War.
According to Sakuro Nagao, these interests included the question of concession rights in the Kwantung Leased Territory, rights over neutral territories to the north of the Kwantung Leased Territory, the administration of the South Manchuria Railway Zone, and the granting of exclusive control over railway track construction to the South Manchuria Railway.
- 永尾策郎 Nagao Sakuro 『満州問題 太平洋外交の原理原則と満州事変の意義及其の帰結』The Manchurian Problem. Principles of Pacific Diplomacy in Light of the Significance and Consequences of the Manchurian Incident, Nippon Hyoron-sha, 1932.
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