Sharing World Leadership? A New Era For America And Japan

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Sharing World Leadership? A New Era For America And Japan

Edited by John H. Makin and Donald C. Hellmann
American Enterprise Institute, 1989
274 pp. $24.95
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The tone of these essays is hortatory and the primary focus is on security. Two messages stand out: the most critical issue in U.S. foreign policy is the relationship with Japan, and the United States must take the initiative in reshaping relations with Japan in the direction of a more equal alliance. The book also misinterprets and then challenges the ideas of Paul Kennedy concerning the relative decline of American power.

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