Dolan, Ronald E.,Worden, Robert L. (Eds.) (1992) Japan :a country study Washington, D.C. : Federal Research Division, Library of Congress :MLA Citation
Dolan, Ronald E.,Worden, Robert L., eds. Japan: A Country Study. Washington, D.C. : Federal Research Division, Library Of Congress : 1992. Print.
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Japan : a country study /
Federal Research Division, Library of Congress ; edited by Ronald E. Dolan and Robert L. Worden.
|Names:||Dolan, Ronald E., | Worden, Robert L.|
|Published:||Washington, D.C. : Federal Research Division, Library of Congress : 1992.|
Area handbook series.
DA pam ; 550-30.
|Topics:||Sociaal-economische situatie. | Japan.|
|Regions:||Japan. | Japon. | Japan. | Japon.|
cont.] Balance of payments accounts. Services and the current account ; Capital flows ; The value of the yen -- Trade and investment relations. United States and Canada ; Noncommunist Asia ; Western Europe ; The Middle East ; Oceania ; Latin America ; Africa ; Communist countries -- International economic cooperation and aid -- Major international industries. Motor vehicles ; Consumer electronics ; Computers ; Semiconductors ; Iron and steel ; Industries of the future -- The postwar constitution. The status of the emperor ; The Article 9 "No War" clause ; Rights and duties of citizens -- The structure of government. The legislature ; The cabinet and ministries ; Local government ; The electoral system ; The judicial system -- Contemporary political values. Community and leadership ; Consensus building -- Interest groups. Business interests ; Small business ; Agricultural cooperatives ; Labor organizations ; Professional associations and citizen and consumer movements -- The mass media and politics -- The Liberal Democratic Party. Party history and basic principles ; Party structure ; The Liberal Democratic Party in national elections -- Bureaucrats and the policy-making process. The civil service ; Policy-making dynamics ; The budget process -- The opposition parties. Japan Socialist Party ; Kōmeitō ; Japan Communist Party ; Democratic Socialist Party ; Other parties and independents -- Political extremists -- Major foreign policy goals and strategies. Early developments ; Postwar developments -- Foreign policy formulation. Institutional framework ; The role of domestic policies -- An overview of Japan's foreign relations. Relations with the United States ; Relations with China ; Relations with the Soviet Union ; Relations with other Asia-Pacific countries ; Relations with other countries -- International cooperation. United Nations ; Other organizations ; International banks ; Policy after the Cold War -- Militarism before 1945. The bushidō code ; The modernization of the military, 1868-1931 ; World War II -- The self-defense forces. Early development ; Strategic considerations ; Place in national life ; Missions ; Organization, training, and equipment ; Recruitment and conditions of service ; Uniforms, ranks, and insignia ; Defense spending ; The defense industry ; Military relations with the United States -- Public order and internal security. The police system ; The criminal justice system ; Crime ; Civil disturbances ; Criminal procedure ; The penal system -- List of figures. Administrative divisions of Japan, 1990 ; The Japanese empire during World War II ; Topography and drainage ; Age-sex distribution, 1988 ; Structure of the education system, 1987 ; Transportation network, 1989 ; Structure of national government, 1990 ; Structure of local government, 1990 ; House of Representatives elections, 1958-90 ; Principal organizations, foreign policy formulation and execution, 1988 ; Northern territories dispute, 1990 ; Deployment of the ground, maritime, and air self-defense forces, 1990 ; Ranks and insignia of the self-defense forces, 1990 ; Organization of the National Police Agency, 1989.