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by Hideo Ibe

eBook Japan Thrice-Opened: An Analysis of Relations Between Japan and the United States (Gerontology; 15) ePub
Author: Hideo Ibe
Language: English
ISBN: 0275931781
ISBN13: 978-0275931780
Publisher: Praeger (March 23, 1992)
Pages: 296
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.6
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He believes Japan is neither an inexplicable riddle nor a monolith.

Japan Thrice-Opened: An Analysis Of Relations Between Japan And The United States. Japan Thrice-Opened: An Analysis Of Relations Between Japan And The United States. This is the history of . Japanese relations from the point of view of a pro-American Japanese scholar. He believes Japan is neither an inexplicable riddle nor a monolith. Since time immemorial, forging unity among the many warring groups in Japan has been difficult.

Japan Thrice-Opened book. A history of Japan-United States relations from the point of view of a pro-American Japanese scholar, this work is designed to serve as an analysis of the current situation-the third opening of Japan to the West in the last century. The two earlier openings failed when Japan adopted the policy of sonno-joi (which means literally revere the emperor and expel the foreigners A history of Japan-United States relations from the point of view of a pro-American Japanese scholar, this work is designed to serve as an analysis of the current situation-the third opening of Japan to the.

A history of Japan-United States relations from the point of view of a pro-American Japanese scholar, this work is designed to serve as an analysis of the current situation - the third opening of Japan to the West in the last century. ISBN13:9780275931780. Release Date:March 1992.

Japan–United States relations (米日関係, Beinichi Kankei) refers to international relations between Japan and the United States. Relations began in the late 18th and early 19th century, with the diplomatic but force-backed missions of . ship captains James Glynn and Matthew C. Perry to the Tokugawa shogunate. The countries maintained relatively cordial relations after that. Potential disputes were resolved.

Japan, thrice-opened. an analysis of relations between Japan and the United States. Foreign relations, Relations. Japan, United States. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.

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As mutual allies of the United States, there is pressure for Japan and Korea to come closer together in security and political cooperation; some even say the countries have a "quasi-alliance" (Cha 2000). Since the end of World War II, relations between South Korea and Japan have gone through significant changes - from distant and hostile in the 1950s, to cooperative and increasingly close through about 2005, to the last decade of serious deterioration.

The United States, China, and Japan form the power triangle that will shape much of the international politics in the . The author just moves chronologically through the decades describing the relations between the US and China, China and Japan and Japan and the US in each period.

The United States, China, and Japan form the power triangle that will shape much of the international politics in the 21st century. Richard McGregor’s masterful The Party illuminated one corner of that triangle-China. The author describes how regional politics has forever had its sore points, largely as a consequence of wartime actions which, unlike in Europe, can seemingly never be forgiven.

The United States and Japan have a firm and very active political relationship.

The United States and Japan have a firm and very active political relationship Japan is one of the most pro-American nations in the world, and most Americans generally perceive Japan positively, with 81% viewing Japan favorably in 2013. Relations between Japan and the United States became increasingly tense after the Manchurian/Mukden Incident and subsequent Japanese military attempts at colonization, which included such atrocities as the Nanking Massacre in China.

A history of Japan-United States relations from the point of view of a pro-American Japanese scholar, this work is designed to serve as an analysis of the current situation--the third opening of Japan to the West in the last century. The two earlier openings failed when Japan adopted the policy of sonno-joi (which means literally revere the emperor and expel the foreigners). This book is written to try to forestall the very real possibility of a recurrence of sonno-joi: as a reaction to the current opening by appealing to both the Japanese and the Americans to understand Japanese history and Japanese sensibilities.

Japan and the United States share many interests and goals, but they suffer from a tremendous gap in mutual perceptions. Ibe makes an attempt here to explain the Japanese and their view of the world to a non-Japanese audience. He believes Japan is not an inexplicable riddle nor a monolith Japan, Inc. He argues that since time immemorial, forging unity among the many warring groups in Japan has been difficult, whether uniting the warlord clans of the ancient period, the feudalistic domains of premodern times, the political factions of the modernizing period, or the private corporations or government ministries of today. Ibe examines the difficulties the Japanese have encountered in their efforts to unify and to articulate their desires--which is not well understood by non-Japanese. This book is ideal for students, scholars, and the informed citizen interested in Japan and Japanese-American relations.

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