Bargaining with Japan: What American Pressure Can and Cannot Do

Bargaining with Japan: What American Pressure Can and Cannot Do

By: Leonard James Schoppa (author)Paperback

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Schoppa offers a detailed critical examination of the outcome of recent U.S.-Japan trade talks, focusing on the Bush administration's Structural Impediments Initiative and the more recent Clinton Framework talks. He provides a comprehensive account of the political climate on both sides of the Pacific, drawing lessons about which tactics are most likely to work best for the U.S. Before new policies are established, we must understand why neither administration was able to compel Japan to end anti-competitive practices that inhibit the access of U.S. firms to Japanese consumers.

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Contents

I: Historical Narrative1: The Decline of the Traditional State, 1780-1919012: Building State and Nation Amid Cultural Revolution, 1901-19283: Social Revolution: Alternatives for State and Nation, 1928-19604: Economic Disasters and Miracles: 1960 to the Present--Whither State and Nation?II: Compendium of Key Figures, Events, and TermsMajor Events and MovementsTermsInstitutions and OrganizationsTreaties and International SettlementsEmperorsQing Dynasty Government LeadersLeaders of Dissent, Rebellion, or RevolutionNationalist Party (Guomindang/Kuomintang) LeadersCommunist Party (Gongchandang) LeadersMilitary FiguresIntellectuals, Writers, and ArtistsIII: Resource GuideAnnotated Bibliography of Selected WorksGeneral WorksPoliticsSocietyThe EconomyThe World of Culture and ThoughtRelations with the Outside WorldDocumentaries and Feature FilmsElectronic ResourcesIV: AppendicesAppendix 1: Chronology, 1780 to the presentAppendix 2: DocumentsAppendix 3: Major Party CongressesAppendix 4: Tables and Figures on Trends and Developments

Product Details

  • publication date: 04/02/1997
  • ISBN13: 9780231105910
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 400
  • ID: 9780231105910
  • weight: 580
  • ISBN10: 0231105916

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