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The Treaty of Portsmouth resulted in a. Japan’s dominance in much of Asia. b. Russia’s attempt to move into Korea. c. Russia’s decision to re-arm and increase its military dominance. d. a close
relationship between the U.S. and Japan
The Treaty of Portsmouth resulted in a. Japan’s dominance in much of Asia
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