Japan's economic success since the 1950s created a range of serious
domestic and international problems which threaten the stability of
the country. Within Japan at the start of the 1980s there was a
strong mood on the right for remilitarization to give the nation
the super-power status her economic performance justified. Outside
Japan, there was increasing pressure from the West to make her
conform to Western strategic interests. Against the background of
these crucial issues the book analyzes the economic, political and
military options open to Japan. Focussing on the interconnecting
themes of foreign harassment and domestic economic disorder, the
author points out many areas of similarity between Japan of the
1930s and Japan of the 1980s.
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