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Japan's Economic Relations with Africa in a Historical Perspective A Study of the Pre-War Japanese Consular Reports

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丸善 Knowledge Worker
紀伊國屋 KinoDen
Katsuhiko Kitagawa 著
 
 
 
判 型 A5判
ページ 160頁
定 価 2,420(本体2,200円+税)
ISBN 978-4-87354-712-1
分類コード C3033
刊行年月 2020年02月

日清・日露戦争の勝利からアジア・太平洋戦争の敗北前夜にいたる帝国日本の経済外交とアフリカ植民地に対する経済戦略を考察し、第二次世界大戦後の日本の国際関係における独立アフリカの位置づけを展望する。両大戦間期と戦後の世界経済史研究に新たな地平を開く。

It considers Pre-war Imperial Japan’s economic diplomacy to Colonial Africa from the victory of Sino-Japanese and Russo-Japanese Wars to the Eve of defeat in Asia-Pacific War and gives a view on the position of Independent Africa in the Post- war Japan’s International Relations. It argues that the history of Japan-Africa relations was part of Japanese history and part of African history as well and the Study of both history will extend our understanding of the World history as related with each other and simultaneously progressing in parallel.

目 次
List of Map,Figure and Tables/Acknowledgements/List of Original Articles/Author Profile

1 Introduction
2 Japanese Consular Reports and Commercial Information of Africa
3 Japan’s Economic Relations With Africa Between the Wars:An Overview
4 Japan’s Trade with South Africa
5 Pre-War Japan and South Africa
6 Japan’s Trade with East Africa
7 Japan’s Trade with West Africa
8 Japan’s Trade with Central Africa
9 Post-War Japan and New Independent Africa in the Late 1950s and the Early 1960s
10 Conclusion:Retrospectives on and Prospects for Japanese Policy on Africa

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