Anglo-Japanese Alliance, (1902–23), alliance that bound Britain and Japan to assist one another in safeguarding their respective interests in China and Korea.
Directed against Russian expansionism in the Far East, it was a cornerstone of British and Japanese policy in Asia until after World War I.
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