Energy Cooperation and the Future of US-Japan Security Relations

  • Ronald A. Morse


The lessons of US-Japan energy and energy security ties are rather straightforward and reflect trends in the bilateral relationship more generally. It is also probably accurate to state that bilateral energy relations have never been smooth when it comes to issues outside of narrow research or technical exchange matters.


Foreign Policy Energy Security International Energy Agency Energy Issue Northeast Asian Study 
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© Thomas David Mason and Abdul M. Turay 1991

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