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Title The United States and Japan in Global Context:2004

Author The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of The Johns Hopkins University

Price 2,592 yen (tax included)

ISBN 978-4-7890-1214-0

Published 2005-12-20

This volume is a chronicle of what happened in U.S.-Japan relations during 2004. It focuses on the dangers of broken dialogue between the United States and Japan, and is different from previous editions, which have followed simple themes such as politics, economics or diplomacy. The book contains 10 articles on various themes -- finance, energy, post-industrial sectoral policies, China, the Middle East, changing policy-making process and policy, broadcast media and Asian integration for U.S.-Japan relations. The book points out what kind of problems are caused by the broken dialogue and why this broken dialogue persists, even though U.S. President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi have developed a strong personal friendship.
The foreword by Yoriko Kawaguchi, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan, supervised by Kent E. Calder, Director of the Edwin O. Reischauer Center. Both English and Japanese versions included.

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