At the end of the Pacific War in 1945, Japan laid down her arms and submitted to US technological superiority. The situation today is radically different, with Japan leading in many areas of advanced technology - with armed forces and weaponry the match of many NATO countries. Malcolm McIntosh analyses Japan's role in the Pacific, her relations with other Superpowers, as well as the trade and investment for which Japan is now famed and feared. First published in 1986, this title is part of the Bloomsbury Academic Collections series.
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