Philanthropy and Reconciliation: Rebuilding Postwar Us-Japan Relations

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The U.S.-Japan relationship has undergone many changes since the end of World War II. Perhaps the most dramatic and least understood transition was the change in perceptions and values that allowed these two former enemies--countries which shared substantially fewer ties of kinship and culture than did the United States and Europe--to become the closest of allies in a remarkably short period of time. Philanthropy and Reconciliation examines the critical role of civil society, and particularly of American and Japanese ...

Philanthropy and Reconciliation: Rebuilding Postwar Us-Japan Relations 2006, Japan Center for International Exchange

ISBN-13: 9784889070767

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