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  Volume 4, Number 1, Winter-Spring 1984

Table of Contents

From: SAIS Review

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Articles

The United States, Japan, and the Emerging East Asian Order

pp. 1-14
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The Real EastAsia Edge

pp. 15-29
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U.S.-Japan Relations: Good Terrible?

pp. 31-44
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China: Economic Development and Political Power

pp. 45-59
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Toward a Pacific Basin Community—Slowly

pp. 61-76
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Spheres of Influence: Seal Them or Peel Them?

pp. 77-90
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Nicaragua: A Revolution in Crisis

pp. 91-97
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A Stable Structure for a Stable Foreign Policy

pp. 99-106
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U.S. Foreign Policy: Who's in Charge?

pp. 107-115
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A New Strategic Arms Agreement: Taking the Long View

pp. 117-130
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Salvaging National Interests: The National Strategy Advisory Group

pp. 131-143
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Mansfieldism Revisited

pp. 145-159
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Palestinian Nationalism: Is it Viable?

pp. 161-177
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Free and Fair Trade Policies: The United States and World Trade

pp. 179-186
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Book Reviews

The New High Ground: Strategies and Weapons of Space-Age War, and: The Non-Nuclear Defense of Cities: The High Frontier Space-Based Defense Against ICBM Attack, and: American Military Space Policy: Information Systems, Weapon Systems and Arms Control (review)

pp. 187-191
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MITI and the Japanese Miracle: The Growth of Industrial Policy, 1925-1975 (review)

pp. 192-198
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Beyond Industrialization: Ascendency of the Global Service Economy (review)

pp. 198-200
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War Powers of the President and Congress: Who Holds the Arrows and the Olive Branch?, and: The War Powers: Its Implementation in Theory and Practice, and: The House and Foreign Policy: The Irony of Congressional Reform (review)

pp. 200-204
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Correspondence

pp. 205-213
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Research Areas

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