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Japan"s response to the Gorbachev era, 1985-1991

Gilbert Rozman

Japan"s response to the Gorbachev era, 1985-1991

a rising superpower views a declining one

by Gilbert Rozman

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Japan,
  • Soviet Union
    • Subjects:
    • Japan -- Relations -- Soviet Union.,
    • Soviet Union -- Relations -- Japan.,
    • Japan -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1989.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [335]-363) and index.

      StatementGilbert Rozman.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS849.S65 R68 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 376 p. ;
      Number of Pages376
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1537067M
      ISBN 100691031894
      LC Control Number91015307

        Gorbachev was released and flown to Moscow, but his regime had been dealt a deadly blow. Over the next few months, he dissolved the Communist Party, granted independence to . Chernenko died on 10 March , and the Central Committee appointed Gorbachev General Secretary on 11 March. Gorbachev era: – Gorbachev's election to the General Secretaryship was the quickest in Soviet history. The Politburo recommended Gorbachev to the Central Committee, and the Central Committee approved him.

      Japan's Response to the Gorbachev Era, A Gorbachev's transformation of both Soviet socialism and the Cold War world atmosphere kindled a far-reaching debate in Japan. Would Japan at last free itself of its secondary postwar standing?   That Mr. Butson's book could be written in confident anticipation of this month's events itself attests to the spectacular character of Mr. Gorbachev's rise .

      The collapse of the Soviet Union, (Routledge, ). Matlock, Jr. Jack F., Autopsy on an Empire: The American Ambassador's Account of the Collapse of the Soviet Union, Random House, , ISBN ; Oberdorfer, Don. From the Cold War to a New Era: The United States and the Soviet Union, (2nd ed. Johns Hopkins UP, ).   Gorbachev’s rise to leader of the Soviet Union on Ma , followed a string of USSR ruler deaths, when Leonid Brezhnev died in , .


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Gilbert Rozman argues in Japan's Response to the Gorbachev Era, that Japanese perceptions of the Soviet Union are distinctive and are helpful for "Focusing on diverse opinion leaders and the relationship between the Japanese media, policy-making, and public opinion, Rozman shows how long-standing negative images of Soviet socialism and militarism have been reconsidered since.

Japan's response to the Gorbachev era, a rising superpower views a declining one. [Gilbert Rozman] -- Gorbachev's transformation of both Soviet socialism and the Cold War world atmosphere kindled a far-reaching debate in Japan. Would a new Soviet system and world order soon be established.

Gilbert Rozman argues in Japan's Response to the Gorbachev Era, that Japanese perceptions of the Soviet Union are distinctive and are helpful for understanding what will become an influential worldview.

in Japan's Response to the Gorbachev Era, Pages: –   With his wife, Raisa, Mr. Gorbachev on Monday laid a wreath at a memorial tombstone for Japanese in what he said was an "act of reconciliation" with Japan. The most immediate stimulus to change in the Soviet Union at the beginning of the Gorbachev era was the long-term decline in the rate of economic growth and the fact that the Soviet economy was not only lagging behind the most advanced Western countries but also was being overtaken by some of the newly industrialising countries in Asia.

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