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This front matter section of the book Japan's Foreign Policy, 1945-2009 contains the table of contents, acknowledgements, glossary, maps and an introduction. The book introduces the basic facts, which constitute the major framework of post-War Japanese foreign policy. The book describes not only the facts, but also provides an analysis of the reason and logic through which Japanese foreign policy has developed. It shows the inter-relationships between the external events which shaped foreign policy and the internal factors which, in many cases, conditioned foreign policy. A major portion of the book is dedicated to the historical analysis of post-War Japanese foreign policy. The book shows the success and failure, as well as the dynamism and limitations of post-War foreign policy in Japan.

Keywords: Japanese foreign policy; post-War

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