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Asghar Zaidi, Joachim R. Frick and Felix Büchel
The increases in human longevity in recent decades and the trends for early retirement have posed new challenges for policy makers, and require a holistic understanding of the processes that influence the economic resour...Read more...
John Chapman and Ian Nish
Chapman: Major defects in British naval intelligence were the absence of an effective central department, an inferior network of naval attachés in major capitals prior to 1902 and the lack of secure direct cable communic...Read more...
Gordon Daniels and James Hoare
Hoare: Both North and South Korea claim victory in the Korean War. Yet neither makes much of the ending of the war in July 1953, and both have had problems coming to terms with the reality of the war. The reality is that...Read more...
Roger Buckley, Valdo Ferretti, Neville Meaney and Ann Trotter
Buckley describes how Britain took the independent step of recognizing the People's Republic of China, a step which led to problems about China being invited to the San Francisco conference. After China's entry into the ...Read more...
Mutsumi Hirano, Kenji Tozawa and John West
(Weste paper): deals with Japan's return to trading with the countries of Southeast Asia in the early 1950s and the responses of the United States and British governments. (Hirano paper): provides an overall picture of t...Read more...
John Breen, Oliver Checkland, Andrew Cobbing and Akiko Ohta
In London, at the Suntory and Toyota International Centres for Economics and Related Disciplines (LSE), a symposium was held on 6 December 1997 - the anniversary of the day when the members of Iwakura's delegation were r...Read more...
W G Beasley, Sir Hugh Cortazzi, Bruce Kirkpatrick, T B Millar and edited by Ian Nish
Preface: The Suntory-Toyota International Centre held an all-day symposium on 'The British Commonwealth and its Contribution to the Occupation of Japan, 1945-8' on 5 July 1991. The three speakers covered the early years ...Read more...