Japan And The United States
Economic And Political Adversaries
This book is designed as a contribution to the current economic policy debate between the U.S. and Japan, which has increasingly assumed the attributes of an adversary proceeding. It provides a basis for understanding and resolving the difficult questions central to the U.S.-Japan controversy.
Table of Contents
1. Interventionism and Foreign Trade Statistics in Occupied Japan 2. Technological Superiority: A Milestone in the Postwar Japanese Growth 3. Japanese-U.S. Relations in Science and Technology 4. U.S. Trade Problems with Particular Reference to Japan 5. Japan's Foreign Trade Policy 6. ASEAN and Its Relations with Japan and the United States 7. The Future of Japan-United States Trade Relations 8. The Evolution of United States-Japan Relations 9. The U.S.-Japanese Alliance-Cornerstone or Trouble Zone? 10. Locomotive Strategy and U.S. Protectionism: A Japanese View 11. The Politics of Economic Relations Between the United States and Japan