By 1921, Japan sought to establish its control over almost all of East Asia. From the north to the south all sea mouths came under Japanese control. Shankhalin and Siberia were influential. After the occupation of Korea, it became very easy for Japan to intervene in Manchuria. Through this imperialist policy, Japan not only endangered China's sovereignty and territorial integrity, but also tried to bring China under its own control.
|Emergence of Japan as a world power||Japan's demands were recognized, but limited by agreements on naval disarmament and territorial control|
|Growing tensions between China and Japan||Open Door policy was reaffirmed and China's territorial integrity was preserved, but Japanese interests were recognized in Shandong|
|Anglo-Japanese Alliance||Alliance was dissolved, but mutual respect and cooperation were encouraged through the Four-Power Treaty|
|US desire for peace and stability in the Pacific||Conference helped establish a framework for diplomatic relations and peaceful coexistence in the region|