British Foreign Secretaries and Japan, 1850-1990
Edited by Antony Best and Sir Hugh Cortazzi
The Japan Society and Renaissance Books (2018)
Beginning with Lord John Russell (Foreign Secretary 1859-1865) and concluding with Geoffrey Howe (Secretary of State for Foreign & Commonwealth Affairs, 1983-1989), the volume also examines the critical roles of two British Prime Ministers in the latter part of the twentieth century, Edward Heath and Margaret Thatcher, who ensured that Britain recognized both the reality and the opportunities for Britain resulting from the Japanese economic and industrial phenomenon. Heath’s main emphasis was on opening the Japanese market to British exports. Thatcher’s was on Japanese investment.
This volume is a valuable addition to the Japan Society’s series devoted to aspects of Anglo-Japanese relations which includes ten volumes of Britain & Japan: Biographical Portraits as well as British Envoys in Japan.
P&P not included. Postage price will be updated when delivery details are entered.
- Pick-up directly from Japan Society office (members only): Free
- £2.50 to UK addresses (second class)
- £4.50 to Europe (standard delivery)
- £8.50 Worldwide e.g. Japan, USA, Australia (standard delivery)
|Member First Copy||Free|
|Member Subsequent Copy||£12.00|