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  1. Yoshida Doctrine - Wikipedia

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    The Yoshida Doctrine was a strategy adopted by Japan after its defeat in 1945 under Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida, the prime minister 1948–1954.He concentrated upon reconstructing Japan's domestic economy while relying heavily on the ...

  2. Yoshida Doctrine | Japan Module

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    Yoshida Doctrine. Prime minister Yoshida Shigeru's policy for Japan's postwar recovery. It consisted of focusing the country's resources on economic production supported by well-trained workers while adopting the United States stance ...

  3. The Yoshida Doctrine - PHDessay.com

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    The doctrine was named after Yoshida Shigeru, a Japanese diplomat and politician who served as Prime Minister of Japan from 1946 to 1947 and from 1948 to 1954, during the critical transition period after World War II (http://www. newworldencyclo ...

  4. Yoshida Doctrine is a myth - Japan Today

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    The Yoshida Doctrine seemed to set Japan on the right track and was working well. The basic assumption of this argument is that Japan, a once devastated country, was able to achieve its own policy of light military spending with a heavy emphasis ...

    • Japan Today
  5. Has Japan’s Foreign Policy Gone Beyond the Yoshida Doctrine? – The Diplomat

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    12/8/2020 · The Yoshida Doctrine is so-called because these principles, which reflected decisions made by then Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida around the time Japan regained its independence in the early 1950s,...

  6. For most of the postwar period, Japan has opted for the Yoshida doctrine’s minimalist defense posture and dependence on the U.S. as the best fit for navigating an uncertain regional security environment. Other debated options of neutralism, ...

  7. The Yoshida Doctrine, named after Japan 's post-World War II Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida, involved placing highest national priority on economic development, while simultaneously keeping a low diplomatic profile. Yoshida's aim was to ...

  8. 吉田主义 - 维基百科,自由的百科全书

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    吉田主义,是第二次世界大战以后日本首相吉田茂采用的一项国家发展政策。 该政策主张把发展经济作为国家发展的优先课题,以此重建战后的日本经济,同时日美之间的安全联盟将能够顾保障日本的安全,因此国家无需在军事方面过多投入,故吉田主义由此得名。

  9. The Yoshida doctrine and the unipolar world: Japan Forum: Vol 16, No 1

    www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/0955580032000189339

    ... upheavals in domestic Japanese politics from 1989 onwards can be surmised to have had an impact on Japan’s foreign policy. This article presents a comparison of Japan’s official foreign-policy doctrine, aptly called the ‘Yoshida doctrine’, ...

    • Bert Edström
    • 4
    • 2004
  10. in the Asia-Pacific - Warwick

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    the Yoshida doctrine has been adapted to meet unfolding strategic needs while still delimiting defense commitments. However, the rise of China and uncertainties over U.S. power and commitment have forced Japanese policymakers to reconsider their ...