Toward a more effective Japan policy
Jeffrey, James D.
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The United States and Japan have shared a close relationship since the end of World War 2. What began as a victor- and-vanquished relationship was transformed into one of the Cold War's pillars of Containment. Now the Cold War is over yet the United State
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