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    Masaya Shiraishi
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Japanese Relations with Vietnam: 1951–1987. Japanese Relations with Vietnam: 1951–1987. Ithaca: Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 1990.

Japanese Relations with Vietnam: 1951–1987.

Japanese Relations With Vietnam book. Japanese Relations With Vietnam: 1951-1987 (Southeast Asia Program Series 5). ISBN. 0877271224 (ISBN13: 9780877271222).

Japanese Relations with Vietnam, 1951–1987. Non-Communist countries in Southeast Asia, seeking a new balance, wanted to readjust their relations with Communist countries and first made overtures to the USSR. Published by: Cornell University Press, Southeast Asia Program Publications at Cornell University.

Japanese–Vietnamese relations are over a millennium old, and the establishment of friendly trade relations can be traced to at least the 16th century. Modern relations between the two countries are based on Vietnam's developing economy and Japan's role as an investor and foreign aid donor

Vietnam wishes to strengthen its defence engagement with Japan to enhance its overall national defence and to counterbalance . Japanese Relations with Vietnam, 1951-1987: Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University.

Vietnam wishes to strengthen its defence engagement with Japan to enhance its overall national defence and to counterbalance China’s expansion in the South China Sea. This partly explains why the firming-up of bilateral defence ties began around 2011 when the trend of China’s maritime assertiveness became visible. Vietnam’s Omnidirectional Military Diplomacy: Focusing on the South China Sea.

Masaya Shiraishi offers a chronological overview of Japanese-Vietnamese relations from the end of WWII to the near present. Japan has a deep political and economic interest in all Southeast Asian nations, but it is with Vietnam in particular (as evidenced during that nation's long and troubled civil war) that this interest runs most deep.

Masaya Shiraishi, Japan’s Relations with Vietnam, 1951–1987 (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1990). William R. Nestor, Power across the Pacific: A Diplomatic History of American Relations with Japan (London: New York University Press, 1996); Walter LaFeber, The Clash: A History of .

Vietnam - Japanese Relations with Vietnam: 1951–1987. Ithaca, New York: Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, 1990. Pp. ix, 164. Tables, Charts, Abbreviations, Bibliography, Glossary. Sematech: Saving the . Semiconductor Industry.

The relations of Japan with Southeast Asia till the end of the 60’s evolved in the framework set by the Yoshida Doctrine . Japan signed Reparation and Economic Agreements with Burma, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam.

The relations of Japan with Southeast Asia till the end of the 60’s evolved in the framework set by the Yoshida Doctrine that encompassed the following parameters: 1) Reliance on the alliance with the United States to ensure Japan’s security, following the signing of the 1954 Mutual Defense Assistance Treaty; 2) Emphasis on economic relations; 3) Low profile in international. The reparations amounted to around 2 billion US dollars at 2013 rates and were discontinued in 1976.

Economic relations between Japan and China are likewise improving .

Economic relations between Japan and China are likewise improving, accompanying the better relations between China and the Western nations and the subsiding Chinese situation since the latter half of 1990. The member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have attained steadfast economic development and are becoming an important stabilizing factor in Southeast Asia and in the Asia-Pacific region

A chronological overview from the end of World War II to 1990. This work gives a broad analysis of the major changes, strategies, and situations that helped shape diplomatic and economic relations between the two nations.