|Pages||628 pp., 900g|
|Dimension||6" x 9"|
Relations between Japan and the Philippines have come a long way. This volume uncovers the ups and downs of this relationship from the late-nineteenth century to the 1990s, through periods of cooperation and trust, suspicion and war, close entanglement with the United States, and diplomacy through regional and international organizations.
Ikehata Setsuho was professor of Southeast Asian history at the Research Institute for the Study of the Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa. Lydia Yu Jose was chair of the Ateneo de Manila University's Department of Political Sciences from 1996 to 2001 and director of the Japanese Studies Program.
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