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 n.— «Osamu Shimomura, “Nihon Mondai kara ‘Amerikan Puroburemu’ e” [From the Japan problem to the American problem] Seiron (July 1987), 40-49.» —“Japanese Foreign Economic Policy Formation: Explaining the Reactive State” by Kent E. Calder World Politics July, 1988. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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