This book describes the reassessment of the U.S.-Japan security relationship to determine how Japan can do more for its defense, reduce America's spending for Japan's and Asia's security, yet preserve the peace in that region. It raises six questions about the relationship and tries to answer them.
1. Posing the Problem 2. The Yoshida Strategy and Its Revision 3. The National Debate over Security 4. The Press and Public Opinion 5. The Defense Industry 6. The Armed Services 7. America's Defense of Asia and the Pacific Basin 8. Reassessing the U.S.-Japan Alliance