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This volume examines aspects of international relations in East Asia from 1895 to the present with particular reference to the role of Japan: the principal theme pursues the antecedents, nature, and consequences of the Pacific war (1941-5). The topics examined focus on the course of Japanese expansion, American-Japanese relations, Japanese reactions to war, the role of women during the conflicts in China and the Pacific, Anglo-American policies towards Japan, China, and Korea after 1945, Japanese-New Zealand relations, and Anglo-Japanese relations from the 1950s to the 1980s.
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