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The U.S.-Japan Security Alliance in the 21st Century

The U.S.-Japan Security Alliance in the 21st Century by Michael J. Green, Mike M. Mochizuki 0876092172 9780876092170
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The future of the U.S.-Japan security alliance is in doubt. Events such as the 1995 rape incident in Okinawa and massive public demonstrations in Japan against the U.S. troop presence have forces Washington and Tokyo to acknowledge that the relationship they forged during the Cold War must change with changing times. In fall 1996, the Council on Foreign Relations accordingly formed a Study Group, chaired by Harold Brown of CSIS and Richard Armitage of Armitage and Associates, to reexamine current assumptions and explore the factors affection the evolution of this crucial alliance. In September 1997, the Council followed up with a workshop on the new Guidelines for U.S.-Japan Defense Cooperation. The two essays and Guidelines Report in this volume assess the international and domestic forces at work to change this immutable relationship

Author: Michael J. Green, Mike M. Mochizuki

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 96

Publisher: Council on Foreign Relations Press

Publication Date: 1998-02-01

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