American Occupation of Japan (1945–1952): A Politico– Economic Perspective

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Samreen Fatima


There is no denying the fact that in the world of international politics, the decisions of sovereign states are always governed by their perceived interests and off course not by the principles of humanity. This is the general perception of International Community that, present economic power Japan, who occupies a predominant position in the existing international economy, owes much for its development to the U.S occupation after world war-II These institutions and policies would never have succeeded if the United States had not imposed revolutionary political and economic changes during its occupation of Japan (1945- 1952).

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