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China and Japan--Emerging Global Powers
This book discusses the Chinese and Japanese in terms of global power. The book consists of 12 chapters divided in two parts and some postscripts about China's sinocentrism and the middle kingdom complex, maoist ideology and China's long run objectives, population, economics, and sociopolitical organization of China, China's military establishment, its foreign policy and ideological commitment to revolution, its relations among the Asian countries, Japan's relationship with the United States, its economic rise, self-defense force, nuclear weapons capability, and its relations with China and USSR. This book is suitable for research on China's and Japan's position and situation in terms of global power in the 1970s.
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