Japan's Foreign Aid after the San Francisco Peace Treaty

in Journal of American-East Asian Relations
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Abstract

The year 2001 marks the fifty-year anniversary of the San Francisco Peace Conference that concluded the U.S. occupation of Japan, and defined the future course of Japan's foreign relations with the rest of the world, particularly with Asia. During these fifty years, Japan transformed itself from a war-devastated nation of poverty and instability to the second richest economy of the world after the United States. Japan's foreign relations with Asia remains of critical importance, and Japan's foreign aid, the largest of the world in the past decade, contributed significantly in shaping the relationship.

Japan's Foreign Aid after the San Francisco Peace Treaty

in Journal of American-East Asian Relations

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