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THE FAR EASTERN REPUBLIC AT INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATIONS AND CONFERENCES (1920-1922)
Tatiana A. Ornatskaya and Yuri N. Tsipkin

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The purpose of foreign policy of the Far Eastern Republic (1920–1922) consisted in preventing war between Japan and Soviet Russia, breaking the international political and economic blockade of RSFSR in Asia, restoring unity of the country, and preserving its geopolitic positions in the Pacific Rim. The tactics of Russian diplomats consisted in stimulating foreign companies’ interest in the economic cooperation with the RSFSR and FER, using contradictions between Tokyo and Washington, and so on. The success of foreign policy of the Far Eastern Republic and the RSFSR was in the fact that Japan did not manage to organize new allied intervention in the Russian Far East and in October 1922, the Japanese forces had to withdraw from Vladivostok. The FER was abolished and the region was united with Russia.
 
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