Japan's Navy: Politics and Paradox, 1971-2000

Japan's Navy: Politics and Paradox, 1971-2000

Japan's Navy: Politics and Paradox, 1971-2000

Japan's Navy: Politics and Paradox, 1971-2000

Synopsis

Woolley (comparative politics, Fairleigh Dickinson U.) examines what has become the second most potent navy in the Pacific in the context of the alliance between the US and Japan. Through a set of case studies on sea-lane defense, minesweeping, and participation in UN peacekeeping operations, he documents Japan's growing military, primarily naval, power. He emphasizes throughout the strategic importance of Japan to the US. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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