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Japón: Evolución De La Política De Seguridad En El Marco De La Alianza Estratégica Con Los Ee.Uu

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  • Yunyslka González Vaguéz

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Japón quedó devastado al concluir la Segunda Guerra Mundial. En ese entonces, una de las vías que encontró para salir de la crisis en que había quedado inmerso, fue dedicarse por completo a la recuperación económica. Para ello, en 1951, firma el Tratado de Seguridad con los EE.UU., a partir de la Doctrina Yoshida, que consistía, en la concentración de Tokio en la recuperación económica, mientras se transferían las necesidades de seguridad del país, al gobierno norteamericano.

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  • Yunyslka González Vaguéz, 2009. "Japón: Evolución De La Política De Seguridad En El Marco De La Alianza Estratégica Con Los Ee.Uu," Observatorio Iberoamericano de la Economía y la Sociedad del Japón, Grupo Eumed.net (Universidad de Málaga), issue 4, January.
  • Handle: RePEc:erv:obsjap:y:2009:i:4:3
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