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United States-Japanese Relations

The 1970s

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674419056

Publication Date: 01/01/1974

234 pages

8 tables


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  • Foreword [Priscilla Clapp and Morton H. Halperin]
  • 1. Introduction: An Overview [Edwin O. Reischauer]
  • 2. Political Immobility and the Uncertain Future [Masataka Kosaka]
  • 3. U.S. Domestic Politics and Relations with Japan [Priscilla Clapp]
  • 4. Future U.S.–Japanese Economic Relations [Hisao Kanamori]
  • 5. Japan and the United States: Notes from the Devil’s Advocate [Henry Rosovsky]
  • 6. Asian Economic Growth: The Influence of the United States and Japan [Dwight H. Perkins]
  • 7. Summit Talks in Retrospect [Fuji Kamiya]
  • 8. The Normalization of Sino–Japanese Relations [Tadao Ishikawa]
  • 9. Japan and China: Competitors in a Multipolar World? [Donald C. Hellmann]
  • 10. Japan’s Security in a Multipolar World [Kiichi Saeki]
  • 11. U.S.–Japanese Security Relations [Morton H. Halperin]

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