The Best Course Available: A Personal Account of the Secret U.S.-Japan Okinawa Reversion Negotiations
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352pp. March 2002
The Best Course Available: A Personal Account of the Secret U.S.-Japan Okinawa Reversion Negotiations
Author: Wakaizumi Kei; Editor: Swenson-Wright, John;
This volume affords a fascinating and rare look at the sensitive issue of nuclear diplomacy between two critical Cold War allies, the United States and Japan, during the 1960s. Challenging the silence of the official bureaucracies in Washington and Tokyo,
"A timely translation of a book that demands and deserves a wide audience" --International History Review XXV (2003)

"An important and very welcome addition to the still-lean literature on the U.S.-Japanese negotiations on Okinawa reversion and t

Author: Wakaizumi Kei; Editor: Swenson-Wright, John;
Wakaizumi Kei (1930-1996) was professor of international relations at Kyoto Sangyo University. John Swenson-Wright is lecturer in modern Japanese politics and fellow of Darwin College at the University of Cambridge.
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