5 edition of The United States and Japan found in the catalog.
|Statement||by William Watts.|
|LC Classifications||E183.8.J3 W33 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 118 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||83025767|
CHAPTER World War II: The War Against Japan. In World War II, for the first time, the United States had to fight a war on two fronts. Though the central strategic principle governing allocation of resources to the two fronts provided for concentrating first on the defeat of the European Axis, on the American side this principle was liberally interpreted, permitting conduct . A fresh reappraisal of Japan's relationship with the United States, which reveals how the Cold War shaped Japan and transformed America's understanding of what it takes to establish a postwar American foreign policy a reflection of a desire to promote democracy, or is it motivated by America's economic interests and imperial dreams?
Dudden engagingly explores how the nexus of politics, war memory, and apology shapes contemporary trilateral relations between Korea, Japan, and the United States. Jeff Kingston, Japan Times Richly and eloquently written. Recommended. Choice A significant contribution on the issue of historical apologies This book should be required reading. The Institute of Pacific Relations was a pioneering intellectual-political organization that shaped public knowledge and both elite and popular discourse throughout the Asia-Pacific region and beyond during the inter-war years. Inspired by Wilsonian internationalism after the formation of the League of Nations, it grew to become an international and national non .
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“United States of Japan is a tremendous book, it’s got a wonderfully dark and rich atmosphere, great action, intelligent and twisted story and above all not only does it pay homage to one of the finest authors of the 20th century but also continues one of his most celebrated and yet most difficult works — simply wonderful.”Brand: Watkins Media.
Cold War Democracy: The United States and Japan Hardcover – April 1, by Jennifer M. Miller (Author)Cited by: 1. “United States of Japan is a tremendous book, it’s got a wonderfully dark and rich atmosphere, great action, intelligent and twisted story and above all not only does it pay homage to one of the finest authors of the 20th century but also continues one of his most celebrated and yet most difficult works — simply wonderful.”/5().
The author provides details on the increasingly difficult relations between Japan and the US through the so-called Nixon shocks (imposing restrictions on imports, pulling troops out of the Far East, and reaching a rapprochement with China). In conclusion, he fast-forwards through the past two decades, Cited by: About the Author.
The Editors Akira Iriye is Charles Warren Professor of American History at Harvard University. Robert A. Wampler is director of the U.S.-Japan Project, The National Security Archive, George Washington by: 9.
The book begins in California, innow part of The United States of Japan. In this alternate history plot, the United States does not enter the war in but waits several years. In this time Germany and Japan become more and more powerful/5. Books similar to United States of Japan United States of Japan.
by Peter Tieryas. avg. rating Ratings. Decades ago, Japan won the Second World War. Americans worship their infallible Emperor, and nobody believes that Japans conduct in the war was anything but exemplary. Nobody, that is, except the. Japan and the United States belong to a number of the same international organizations, including the United Nations, G7, G, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, ASEAN Regional Forum, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, and World Trade Organization.
The United States of Japan is a tremendous book, it's got a wonderfully dark and rich atmosphere, great action, intelligent and twisted story and above all not only does it pay homage to one of the finest authors of the 20th century but also continues one of his most celebrated and yet most difficult works — simply wonderful.5/5.
John Kendrick is the first American known to have visited Japan, commanding two exploration ships in Various American explorers and trading vessels visited Japan in the next 50 years, until the United States and Japan established formal relations inwhen Commodore Matthew Perry of the U.S.
Navy persuaded Japan to open to international trade, with the. Altered States: The United States and Japan since the Occupation. The relationship between the United States and Japan is torn by contrary impulses. We face each other across the Pacific as friends and allies, as the two most powerful economies in the world--and as suspicious rivals.
Japan’s system, they show, is characterized by generous insurance schemes, a lack of gatekeepers, and fee-for-service mechanisms. The United States’ structure, on the other hand, is distinguished by for-profit hospitals, privatized health insurance, and managed care. During the cold war, the U.S.-Japan alliance was at the core of American presence, power, and prestige in the Asia-Pacific Region.
When the Cold War ended, many questioned whether the alliance would continue to serve U.S. and Japanese interests.3/5(1). At this moment, the post-World War II histories of the United States and Japan became inexorably entwined.
The atomic blasts, which kil of Hiroshima’sinhabitants of thepeople in Nagasaki, ushered in the nuclear age and Japan’s quest for redemption in the postwar world where visions of the “American Cited by: 7. Japan’s United States–imposed postwar constitution renounced the use of offensive military force, but, Sheila Smith shows, a nuclear North Korea and.
Thanks to hip-hop and Hollywood, the United States is still the world’s leading cultural exporter. But, in recent years, American culture has increasingly been following a playbook made in : Matt Alt. In the United States, the advent of home equity credit may have reduced private saving overall.
This book is the first comparison of housing markets in Japan and the United States, and its findings illuminate the effects of housing markets on.
The book Aging in the United States and Japan: Economic Trends, Edited by Yukio Noguchi and David A. Wise is published by University of Chicago Press. The Chicago Distribution Center has reopened and is fulfilling orders. All Chicago e-books are on. Newly revised and updated, "The Rise of Modern Business" compares and analyzes the development of business and business institutions in Great Britain, the United States, Japan, and, to a lesser extent, Germany from the preindustrial era to the present, with emphasis on the twentieth century.3/5.
The earliest contact between both countries was through merchants and explorers. Later in the mids several representatives from the U.S. traveled to Japan in order to negotiate trade agreements, including Commodore Matthew Perry in who negotiated the first trade treaty and the Convention of se, a Japanese delegation came to the U.S.
in. "United States of Japan is a powerful book, unsettling at times - surreal and hypnotic. There's a bit of Philip K Dick in here, and Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, but Peter Tieryas is his own voice, a talented author, somebody to keep an eye on for sure.".The economic futures of the United States, Canada, and Japan are tightly linked by the extremely powerful trade network these nations share.
Yet because of trade and domestic policies aimed at preserving economic and, some argue, cultural integrity, there has at times been considerable friction among the three nations. Much of the recent trade animus of the U.S.
has been aimed Japan.The population base in both the United States and Japan is growing older and, as those populations age, they provoke heretofore unexamined economic consequences. This cutting-edge, comparative volume, the third in the joint series offered by the National Bureau of Economic Research and the Japan Center for Economic Research, explores those consequences.