Published September 1993
by Keck Center for International Strategic Studi .
Written in English
|Contributions||Hideo Sato (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||174|
Extra-regional: The final external development with the potential to decisively alter the U.S.-Japan security alliance is a military conflict outside the Pacific theater in which Japan fails to. Japanese (n = ) and American (n = ) undergraduate students rated each scenario with respect to task conflict, relationship conflict, and preferred conflict-management : Jeff Allan. the U.S.-Japan alliance among the institutional actors—both policy and operational—that communicate and coordinate with one another. If the United States and Japan are not communicating and coordinating effectively, their ability to engage the region on military and security issues will be constrained. The U.S.-Japan partnership in the areas of science and technology covers a broad array of complex issues facing our two countries and the global community. Under the auspices of the U.S.-Japan Science and Technology Agreement, our two countries have collaborated for over 25 years on scientific research in areas such as new energy technologies.
Global Partnership Issues. The influence of the U.S.-Japan partnership is increasingly felt around the world. We appreciate Japan’s strong support for the war on terror, particularly in Iraq and Afghanistan. We are both committed to helping build a democratic, pluralistic, and unified Iraq. (Editor, with Hideo Sato) U.S.-Japan Partnership in Conflict Management: The Case of Korea, Keck Center for International and Strategic Studies (Claremont, CA), Zhou Enlai: The Early Years, Stanford University Press (Stanford, CA), (With Doo-Bok Park) China and Korea: Dynamic Relations, Hoover Institution Press (Stanford, CA), 10 U. S.-Japan Trade Negotiations: Paradigms Lost Amelia Porges The Political Setting The NBER Conference on which this volume is based took place in a cli- mate of increasing and changing interest in the U. S.-Japan economic relation- ship. Four years before, . value of U.S.-Japan peacebuilding cooperation to the international community or to the bilateral alliance per se. Rather, the team’s approach was first to accept that bilateral peacebuilding coopera-tion is an important (if nascent) element of U.S.-Japan policy making and that a whole-of-alliance.