Japan and Africa: Big Business and Diplomacy

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Hurst, 1997 - Africa - 298 pages
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This study analyzes Japan's dual policy towards Africa: an often surreptitious White Africa policy that is very supportive of South Africa - despite public pronouncements to the contrary - and a separate Black Africa policy. In particular, the author demonstrates how, since the 1950s, government, business interests and the ruling Liberal Democratic Party have co-operated in formulating and implementing these policies. It deals also with the honorary white status afforded Japanese in South Africa, Japanese racism and anti-racism, Japan's foreign policy and the banking, industrial and trading interests of Japanese multi-national corporations in Africa.

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