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Japan-Vietnam : a relation under influences

Author: Guy Faure; Laurent Schwab
Publisher: Singapore : NUS Press, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Japan, the reigning economic giant of East Asia, and Vietnam, an industrialising socialist country in Southeast Asia with strong links to China, occupy worlds that seem not to intersect. Yet historical connections between the two countries date back at least to the fourteenth century, when a Japanese merchant community flourished in the city of Hoi An."
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Genre/Form: History (form)
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Faure, Guy.
Japan-Vietnam.
Singapore : NUS Press, ©2008
(OCoLC)645836301
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Guy Faure; Laurent Schwab
ISBN: 9789971693893 9971693895
OCLC Number: 191658774
Description: xv, 177 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword / Masaya Shiraishi --
pt. 1. Japan's Presence and Influences in the Past --
Ch. 1. Japan's Modernisation as seen from Hanoi --
Ch. 2. The Pacific War and the Imperial Army in Vietnam --
pt. 2. Vietnam's Perceptions from War to Doi Moi --
Ch. 3. The Vietnam War as Seen from Tokyo --
Ch. 4. From Reunification to doi moi --
pt. 3. A Time for Exchanges and Rediscovery --
Ch. 5. Development of Business Relations --
Ch. 6. Mutual Rediscovery --
Ch. 7. Strategy, Diplomacy and Official Development Aid --
Fact Files: Vietnam and Japan.
Other Titles: Japon-Viêt Nam.
Responsibility: Guy Faure & Laurent Schwab.

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