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The Japan That Can Say No/Why Japan Will Be First Among Equals

Shintaro Ishihara

The Japan That Can Say No/Why Japan Will Be First Among Equals

by Shintaro Ishihara

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Published by Touchstone Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Travel & holiday guides,
  • Total Quality Management,
  • International Relations,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Japan,
  • United States,
  • Foreign relations,
  • Relations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages158
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7664355M
    ISBN 100671758535
    ISBN 109780671758530
    OCLC/WorldCa28328488

    The Japanese economy was booming in the ’s. The book, The Japan That Can Say No: Why Japan Will Be First Among Equals, encapsulates the zeitgeist of this era for the Japanese. On Decem , the Nikkei (like our S&P ) touched its all-time high of 38, The following few years brought with them the scenario posited.   The Japan That Can Say No - Why Japan Will Be First Among Equals. The Poems of Nakahara Chuya. Politics and Paradox. (Book Reviews). A Perspective of Modern Japan. (Reviews). The Storyteller's Daughter. Expressive Japanese; a reference guide to sharing emotion and empathy. Otafuku, joy of Japan. Deconstructing nationality. Japan's foreign.

      The Wikipedia list does show that Vogel's first Asia-oriented book was published in and entitled "Japan's New Middle Class: the Salary Man and His Family in a Tokyo Suburb." That doesn't sound like something any China specialist would write as his/her first book on an Asian country, and that was 16 years before Japan as Number One. In , at the height of the Japanese property bubble, Ishihara and Sony chairman Akio Morita co-authored an essay titled The Japan That Can Say No: Why Japan Will Be First Among Equals calling for Japan to assert its economic prowess and become the next world superpower.

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While I think it would be positive if Japan stood up to the US against some of our more dubious activities, the "Japan That Can Say No" takes a narrow, nationalistic tack backed by some This is a collection of badly-translated essays written by two gentlemen of Japan back in the late '80s/5.

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// U.S. News & World Report;10/16/89, Vol. Is p Addresses the anti-American sentiments voiced in the book `The Japan That Can Say No,' by Sony Chairman Akio Morita and. Get this from a library.

The Japan that can say no: [why Japan will be first among equals]. [Shintarō Ishihara; John Hockenberry; Simon and Schuster, Inc. Audio and Video Publishing Division.] -- Shintaro Ishihara, a leading member of the Japanese Parliament, asserts that the United States should view Japan as an equal and predicts that Japan will replace the United.

THE JAPAN THAT CAN SAY NO -- Why Japan Will Be The First Among Equals by Shintaro Ishihara (Simon and Schuster) is a slim volume with a remarkably explosive history, and content to match. It was first printed in Japanese, essentially as a collaboration between Ishihara and Akio Morita, outspoken chairman of the Sony Corp., who has long been.

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Editions for The Japan That Can Say No: Why Japan Will Be First Among Equals: (Hardcover published in ), (Paperback published in ), 06 Cited by: Japan Can Be Admitted to the World Community by Saying \No" 56 1 Translator’s Preface This is the rst of eleven messages that constitute, in their entirety, a translation of a best-selling Japanese book called \The Japan That Can Say No." If you read no further in this introductory note, please at least read this: the group.

The Japan That Can Say No: Why Japan Will Be First Among Equals by Shintaro Ishihara and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Yes, the reason is because as i explained in one of my previous answers, the only language the Japanese speak is the language of force and strength, the only thing they respect is strength and power.

They judge people not by who they are, but by t. Buy The Japan That Can Say No: Why Japan Will be the First Among Equals by Ishihara, Shintaro (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3).

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even though the book was not available in. Inthe controversial right-wing Governor of Tokyo, Ishihara Shintaro, published “The Japan That Can Say No: Why Japan Will Be First Among Equals”.

Although Ishihara’s book stoked long simmering nationalist fires, nearly 20 years later, many Japanese are still speculating if or when Japan can “say no” to the United States, the. The Japan That Can Say No: Why Japan Will Be First among Equals by Ishihara, Shintaro Seller Gilboe Books Published Condition NEAR FINE, owner Name Edition First Edition ISBN Item Price $.

Undercurrents: Episodes from a Life on the Edge Shintaro Ishihara, Author, Wayne P. Lammers, Translator Kodansha International (JPN) $24 (p) ISBN. Shintaro Ishihara, The Japan That Can Say No: Why Japan Will Be First Among Equals Written at the peak of Japan’s property bubble, Shintaro argued that Japan was destined to become the next.

But no one can ignore the evidence in ports worldwide of the containers, cranes, and growing trade deficits that accompanied the changes on the international trade scene. Something similar occurred inwhen “The Japan that can say No: Why Japan will be First Among Equals” notion/slogan appeared, and challenged the U.S.

and : Other Voices. The answers here already cover some of the specifics argued by economists, such as Keynesian spending programs, debt, deflation, and Japan's demographic bomb - so I'll just add what wasn't covered elsewhere.

First, Japan's meteoric rise from the 6. Governor of Tokyo, Shintaro Ishihara (79) and author of the controversial late s book The Japan That Can Say No: Why Japan Will Be the First Among Equals (irreverently known as "get lost America, we can covertly rearm, develop nuclear capabilities, close U.S.

bases, and handle our own defense") inflamed relations between China and Japan Author: Janet Tavakoli.