As we approach what is often called the Age of the Pacific one fact is clearly before us: The next century will see the United States and Japan standing together at the dynamic center of a new global economic structure. Together, along with the other advanced nations, we will share-even more than we do today-Bearing the responsibility for shaping m
Table of Contents
Introduction -- U.S.-Japanese Relations: From The Past to the Present -- Cultural Dimensions of the U.S.-Japanese Relationship -- A View from Washington -- The U.S.-Japanese Security Relationship: Retrospect and Prospect -- Japan and the United States: Dynamics of the Economic Relationship -- Rhetoric and Reality in Bilateral Trade -- Japan, the United States, and Economic Development in the Asia-Pacific Region -- A View from East and Southeast Asia -- The Theory and Practice of Public Education in Japan and the United States -- Conflict and Cooperation in U.S.-Japanese Science and Technology -- Managing Cooperation Toward the Twenty-first Century
Paul Gordon Lauren is Regents Professor at the University of Montana.