Programs & Projects Japan Forum Archive 1974 - 1980
Nagayo Homma (U. of Tokyo), "Japan and the United States: Problems of Mutual Understanding"
Satoshi Ogawa (Sankei Shimbun), "Media-Foreign Policy Secrecy"
Taizo Yakushiji (MIT), "Patched and Darned Reflections on the Japanese University Education"
Yoshitasu 'Peter' Sato (Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs), "Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy: The Case of the Reversion of Okinawa"
Shunji Taoka (Asahi Shimbun), "Problems of United States Overseas Bases: Japan, A Case Study"
Taro Ishibashi (Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs), "Japanese Bureaucracy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs"
Seiichi Tsurumi (Mitsubishi Corporation), "Making of a Japanese Business Elite and His Role in Business Organization"
Teru Nakamura (Kyodo News Agency), "Citizens' Political Movements in Japan: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow"
Kilchi Mochizuki (Nippon Steel Corporation), "Energy Problems and Japan's Future"
Masumi Nishikata (Dow-Corning, Inc.), "Business Management, Japan and the United States: A Comparative Study"
Taizo Yakushiji (MIT), "Higher Education in Japan"
Michael Yoshino (Harvard U.), "Problems Arising from the Japanese Overseas Business Activities"
Shunji Taoka (Asahi Shimbun), "Japanese Militarism: Myth or Reality"
Midori Yajina (Kyodo News Agency), "Japanese Career Women: Today and Tomorrow"
Takanori Kitamura (Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs), "Trends in Sino-Japanese Relations"
Yoichi Funabashi (Asahi Shimbun), "Japan's Economic Security"
Yashiro Masamoto (Chief Executive Office, Esso-Japan), "The Government-Business Interface in Japan"
Nathaniel B. Thayer (Johns Hopkins U.), "Who Will Rule Japan? Recent Trends in Japanese Domestic Politics"
Shinya Murase (Rikkyo U.), "The Immigration Control System in Japan: A Legal Perspective"
Yoichi Funabashi (Asahi Shimbun) Norio Okaido (Mitsubishi Corporation) and Kokichi Shoji (Hosei U.), "The Lockheed Scandal and United States-Japan Relations"
Chitoshi Yanaga (Yale U., Emeritus), "Socio-Cultural Factors in Japanese Perceptions of the International Environment"
Professor Yonosuke Nagai (Tokyo Institute of Technology), "The Significance of External Pressure on Japanese Politics"
Hideo Sato (Yale U.), "Managing an Alliance: The Politics of United States-Japan Relations"
Koichiro Fujikura (Doshisha U.), "An Anatomy of Pollution in Contemporary Japan"
Shijuro Ogata (Bank of Japan) and Robert Ruentz (Japan Society of New York), "Japan's Internationalization: An Economic and Cultural Perspective"
Ronald P. Dore (Institute of Development Studies, U. of Sussex), "The Perils of Meritocracy: Education, Qualification, and Development"
Shun'ichi Furukawa (Ministry of Home Affairs), Ryozo Hayashi (Ministry of International Trade and Industry), Tetsuro Nagase (Land Agency), and Yoshio Okubo (Ministry of Finance), "Inside Bureaucracy: The World of Japan's Higher Civil Servants"
Hiroaki Fujii (Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs) and Edwin 0. Reischauer (Harvard U.), "Japan's Political Future: Implications of the December 1976 Lower House Elections"
Noritake Kobayashi (Keio Graduate School of Business), "A Japanese View of the Multinational Corporations' Conduct of Business"
Kazuko Tsurumi (Sophia U.), "The Work of Yanagita Kunio and Its Implications for Contemporary Japanese Women"
Sumiko Iwao (Keio U.), "A Full Life for Modern Japanese Women"
Takeshi Ishida (U. of Tokyo), "The Meaning of Independence in Uchimura Kanzo's Thought"
Terry MacDougall (U. of Virginia), "Localism and Political Opposition in Contemporary Japan"
Ichiro Miyake (Doshisha U.) and Joji Watanuki (Sophia U.), "The 1976 Lower House Elections: An Analysis Based on Unreleased Survey Data"
Takakazu Kuriyama (Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs), "United States-Japan Relations in Evolution"
Liza Crihfield (Stanford U.), "The Flower and Willow World: Slide Presentation of Fieldwork Among Japanese Geisha"
Aileen Miyoko Smith (free-lance photojournalist): "Minamata: Is Japan the World's Canary? Industrial Pollution in Japan"
Herbert Passin (Columbia U.: "Air Crashes and the Family System in Japan"
Mitsuo Matsushita (Sophia U.), "The Government Regulation of Private Enterprise in Japan: Recent Developments in Anti-Trust Policy"
Richard Petree (United States Mission to the United Nations), "The United States-Japan Relationship in Multilateral Affairs"
Haruhiro Fukui (U. of California at Santa Barbara), "The GATT Tokyo Round: Japanese Bureaucratic Politics of Multilateral Diplomacy"
Hugh Patrick (Yale U.), James F. Collins (American Iron and Steel Institute), Noel Hemmendinger, (Hemmendinger, Whitaker & Kennedy, United States-Japan Trade Council), Kiyoshi Kawahito (Middle Tennessee State U.), and John Merrill (Putnam, Hayes & Bartlett), "Steel Squeeze: The Impact of Japanese Imports on the American Steel Industry"
Yoshio Karita (Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs): "Japan's Energy Problems"
Nicholas Platt (United States Department of State): "Current Issues in United States-Japan Relations"
Satoshi Yoshida (Kyodo News Agency), "Japan's Relationship with Southeast Asia"
Ronald P. Dore (Institute of Development Studies, U. of Sussex), "The Internationalization of Japan"
Ellis S. Krauss (Western Washington U.), "Leftist Politics in Kyoto: The Ninagawa Administration and the Japan Communist Party"
Ikuhito Hata (Chiba U. and Defense Academy), "The Japanese Self-Defense Force: Past and Present"
Haruko Watanabe (H.K.W. Video Workshop), "The International Women's Video Library), A Perspective on Women's Studies in the United States and Japan"
Hiroshi Kimura (Hokkaido U.), "Why Are Japan and the Soviet Union Such Distant Neighbors? Factors Underlying the 'Northern Territories' Problem"
Peter Nosco (Columbia U.), "Keichu (1640-1701) as a Forerunner of National Learning"
Masao Miyoshi (UC Berkeley), "The First Japanese Embassy in the United States (1860)"
Yoshiro Tamanoi (U. of Tokyo, Emeritus), "The Emergence of Regional Autonomy in Contemporary Japan"
Katsuhiko Suetsugu (Japan Economic Journal), "The Nuclear Energy Issue in United States-Japan Relations"
William L. Givens (Twain Associates), "The Shifting Balance), Facts and Implications of Japan's Replacing the United States as the Industrial Leader of the World"
William Breer (United States Department of State), "Current Issues in Japanese Defense Policy"
Sadako Ogata (Japanese Mission to the United Nations), "The United States and Japan in the United Nations: A Framework for Evaluation"
Thomas Bleha (United States Department of State), "The Domestic Political Base of Japan's Foreign Policy"
Fuji Kamiya (Keio U.), "Asian Alliance: Political Implications of the Sino-Japanese Treaty of Peace and Friendship"
Takehiro Togo (Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs), "Recent Developments in Japanese-Soviet Relations"
Nicholas Spreckley (British Foreign Office), "The Context of Contemporary Japanese-European Relations"
Richard L. Sneider (Ambassador to the Republic of Korea, 1974-78), "Reflections on United States-Japan Relations"
Thomas Pepper (Hudson Institute), "The Japanese Challenge: The Success and Failure of Economic Success"
Nicholas Platt (National Security Council), "The Impact of Sino-United States Normalization on United States-Japan Relations"
Rei Shiratori (Dokkyo U.), "Changes in Japan's Political Structure and Their Impact on Japanese Foreign Policy"
Kazuo Nukazawa (Keidanren), "Japan's Emerging Service Economy and Its International Implications"
Makoto Saito (U. of Tokyo), "American Studies in Japan: Legacy and Prospects"
Fumio Kodama (Saitama U.), "Government and Business in the Development of Japan's Automobile Industry"
Bernard Krisher (Newsweek), "The United States and Japan: Comparisons and Contrasts"
John F. Zeugner (Worcester Polytechnic Institute), "The Structure and Politics of Educational Innovation: Experiences in Worcester and Osaka"
Ellis S. Krauss (Western Washington U.), "The Japanese Diet in Transition"
Keiichiro Nakagawa (U. of Tokyo), "Comparative Management Practices: The United States and Japan"
Hideo Tanaka (U. of Tokyo), "The Making of the Constitution of Japan, 1946-47"
Terry E. MacDougall (Harvard U.) and Kent Calder (Harvard U.), "An Analysis of the Japanese General Elections of October 1979"
I. M. Destler (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace), "United States-Japan Trade Relations: Lessons from the Past?"
Seizaburo Sato (U. of Tokyo), "A New Stage of Japanese Politics"
Anne Sommers Imamura (Sophia U.), "Community Begins at Home: The Question of Community for the Urban Japanese Housewife"
Tadatoshi Akiba (Tufts U.), "The Legacy of Hiroshima and Nagasaki: The Evolution of Japan's Postwar Peace Movement"
Edward J. Lincoln (United States-Japan Trade Council), "The Recent United States-Japan 'Trade War': Images and Realities"
Masahiko Aoki (Kyoto U.), "The Role of the Bank: The United States and Japan Compared"
Yasuaki Onuma (U. of Tokyo), "The Myth of a Homogeneous Society: The Problem of the Korean Minority in Japan"
Eleanor M. Hadley (United States General Accounting Office and George Washington U.), "GAO Looks at United States-Japan Trade"
Howard McElroy (United States Department of State), "The Japanese Defense Contribution to the United States-Japan Security Relationship"
Robert Immerman (United States Department of State), "Changing Trends in the Japanese Labor Movement"
James W. White (U. of North Carolina), "Political Attitudes, Political Protest, and Political Stability in Japan"
Kunisada Kume (Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs), "Nuclear Energy and United States-Japan Relations"
Munemichi Inoue (Marubeni Corporation and Saitama U.), "The Sogo Shosha (General Trading Company) as a Japanese-Made Organization"
Michio Umegaka (Georgetown U.), "A Reassessment of Postwar Japanese Foreign Policy"
Atsushi Kuse (Mainichi Shimbun), "Journalism in Japan and American Press Coverage of Japanese Affairs: Comparisons and Relationships"
Hisashi Owada (Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs), "Trilateralism Revisited: A Japanese Perspective"
Ronald A. Morse (United States Department of State), "The Fakelore and Folklore of United States-Japan Relations: Why Old Approaches Won't Work Any More."