Japanese defense policy, 1945-1970
Since the end of the Occupation, the defence policy of the Japanese Government has been based on a bilateral security treaty with the United States. Japan has also built up substantial ground, sea and air forces. Yet the Japanese have taken no active part in regional defence organizations. In spite of her intimate connections with the United States, Japan has not been directly involved in hostilities with any of America's antagonists. In the twenty-five years since the end of the Pacific...[Show more]
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