Japan and South East Asia: From the Meiji Restoration to 1945

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Wolf Mendl
Taylor & Francis, 2001 - Asia, Southeastern - 861 pages
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
4b General Policy during the Cold War
4
PART
9
Japan as an engine of the Asian international economy
36
the Kyoto Symposium
45
Japan and Southeast Asias search for peace
54
the special relationship
57
continuity amidst change
60
Britain Japan and the security
173
Issues in the 1990s
191
PART 3
213
Great East Asia International Law
225
Japans coprosperity sphere
231
3b Overall Japanese Policies and their Impact on Postwar Southeast Asia
246
Introduction to Japanese Cultural Policies in Southeast Asia
251
Responding to Southeast Asia
258

4c Relations with ASEAN during the Cold War
70
PART 2
77
the case
88
The Japanese colony in Davao 19041941
90
Evolution of the Japanese commercial community in
104
Text of speech delivered in Manila 18 August 1977
121
Japanese rubber and iron investments in Malaya 19001941
126
Japan the Fukuda doctrine and ASEAN
127
Uncertain prospects for JapanASEAN relations
144
2b The Reaction of the Powers
149
from the viewpoint of the Southeast Asian
154
PART 5
166
Some problems of bureaucratic organization in the Japanese
270
5b The Political and Strategic Dimension
279
The new era of the AsiaPacific and JapanASEAN cooperation
302
Japanese military policy towards French Indochina during
318
5c Relations with Individual States
334
aid in
347
the wartime legacy in ThaiJapanese
348
Japans inconsistent approach to Burma
370
the Japanese
373
a personal view
386
Washington initiative
410
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