This set brings together a collection of key works about the International Relations of Japan. Written by a range of international experts, the titles cover the essential aspects of Japan’s postwar relationship to the outside world: its changing notion of its role in the international community, and its relations with China and the US.
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1. Japan and the Asian Pacific Region: Profile of Change Shibusawa Masahide 2. Japan at the Summit: Its Role in the Western Alliance and in Asian Pacific Cooperation Shiro Saito 3. Sino-Japanese Relations: China's Perspective Laura Newby 4. U.S./Japan Foreign Trade: An Annotated Bibliography of Socioeconomic Perspectives Rita E. Neri