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This volume examines key issues within international relations in East Asia between the end of the first Sino-Japanese war in 1895 and the present, with particular reference to the role of Japan. The principal theme concerns conflict and amity in Japan's relations with other powers as reflected in developments culminating in the Pacific war (1941-45) and in the repercussions of the war for the ensuing pattern of relations from 1945 to the present.
The authors are colleagues or students of Ian Nish who has made outstanding pioneering contributions in fostering the study of Japan within international relations, and the volume is in honour of Ian Nish on the occasion of his retirement from the London School of Economics. It is a timely reminder of the rivalries that led to the outbreak of the Pacific war in December 1941, and of the struggle for a more stable order to accommodate Japan as an outstanding economic power.
|Notes on the Contributors|
|The Sino-Japanese Commercial Treaty of 1896||p. 1|
|Tanaka Diplomacy and its Pro-British Orientation, 1927-29||p. 16|
|The Road to Singapore: Japan's View of Britain, 1922-41||p. 30|
|Culture in Japanese Foreign Affairs||p. 47|
|An Absence of Change: Women in the Japanese Labour Force, 1937-45||p. 59|
|Wartime Japanese Planning: A Note on Akira Iriye||p. 77|
|Roosevelt and the Making of America's East Asian Policy, 1941-45||p. 92|
|A Particularly Vital Issue?: Harry Truman and Japan, 1945-52||p. 110|
|Coming to Terms with Japan: New Zealand's Experience, 1945-63||p. 125|
|Challenge and Readjustment: Anglo-American Exchanges over East Asia, 1949-53||p. 143|
|Britain and Japan: A Personal View of Postwar Economic Relations||p. 163|
|The Writings of Ian Nish||p. 182|
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Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 190
Published: 10th February 1992
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 14.61 x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.34
Edition Number: 2