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In 1727the Treaty of Kiakhta delimited the remainder of the easternportion of the Sino-Russian border.

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Lenin's theory does not help explain Japan's imperialism from 1894 to 1910due to the nonexistence of capital surpluses, the low level of economic activitywith the colonies, the lack of dominance of the , and the lowlevels of the colonies' raw materials.

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The initial plans for SepChem envisaged 130,000 tpa of Nokeng’s acidspar supplying a new HF plant at Ekandustria producing 60,000 tpa high-grade anhydrous HF primarily for a new 60,000 tpa AlF3 manufacturing facility, in turn it supplying domestic and international aluminium smelters.


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SepFluor stated that a significant portion of early production has been pre-sold to several international fluorspar consumers who have been strongly supportive of the project and its development.

Another South African fluorspar prospect that has been on the drawing board for a while is the Doornhoek Fluorspar Project being developed by SA Fluorite (Pty) Ltd and Southern Palace (Pty) Ltd, part of Eurasian Natural Resources.

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Japan, having emerged fromits century-and-a-half-long seclusion and having gone through itsown modernization movement, defeated China in the war of 1894-95.

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Located just south of Zeerust, North West province, close to the now closed Witkop fluorspar mine, the Doornhoek deposit has been drilled since 1977 but a complexity of rights, largely resolved by 2005, had historically delayed development.

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Its final conquestin 1552 is seen by Russians as something of a watershed, in that the reconquestof a Mongol stronghold immediately after the establishment of the CzaristEmpire (1547) is regarded as putting a seal of legitimacy on the new state.

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Although some authors contend that Japan's imperialistic spirit dated back tobefore the beginning of the start of the Tokugawa Period in 1600, they providelittle evidence as to why such a militaristic attitude would remain entrenchedin a people living in a country where peace reigned for about two and halfcenturies under the Tokugawa Shogunate (1600-1868).Boulding and Gleason (1972, 241-242) argue that Japan's imperialisticexpansion was a continuation from several centuries before: "Even before1600, . . . colonies were established in areas of Southeast Asia, and in 1592Korea was invaded in an extraordinary, but abortive, attempt to conquer China. .. . But the Meiji government, once isolationism had been abandoned, resumed theimperialistic practices of the earlier era."Lockwood (1954, 7) argues that the coming of Westerners inthe last half of the nineteenth century "revived and intensified memoriesof European ambitions and predatory rivalries dating back to the sixteenthcentury."Although someleaders in the Meiji Era tried to revive memories of historical events for theirown propaganda purposes, little evidence exists that such militaristic attitudesand memories of Western aggression continued in the Japanese people during aperiod of peace lasting over 200 years.

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The Treaty of Nanjing set the scope and character of anunequal relationship for the ensuing century of what the Chinesewould call "national humiliations." The treaty was followed byother incursions, wars, and treaties that granted new concessionsand added new privileges for the foreigners.