What is the relationship between the Meiji reforms and the start of Japan’s expansion policy?

Reforms of the Meiji era turned the backward agrarian country into one of the leading states of the world. Rapidly turning into a developed industrial country, Japan immediately began to use this advantage in relations with its neighbors. Already in 1876, she imposed an unequal trade agreement on Korea. Along with other countries, the Japanese participated in the partition of China and in the suppression of the “Boxer Rebellion.”

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