Japan: New Problems, New Promises

Japan: New Problems, New Promises

Japan: New Problems, New Promises

Japan: New Problems, New Promises

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IN THIS DISCUSSION GUIDE YOU WILL FIND discussion topics, reading references, and recommended visual aids arranged for a series of eight meetings. These are suggestions only--a starting point to help you plan a study-group program or a classroom teaching unit.

For further suggestions or for assistance in organizing a discussion series or study project, write to Foreign Policy Association, 345 East 46th Street, New York 17, New York.

Discussion Questions

1. Why Japan is Strong

In less than a century Japan became a world power. Today, despite military defeat and a severe lack of material resources, Japan remains an important factor in world affairs.

What are the reasons for Japan's rapid recovery? Why was Japan the only nation in Asia to succeed in catching up with the West? What can the underdeveloped nations of Asia learn from the Japanese experience?

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