(McGray) In the past Japan's foreign policy concentrated more on economic issues. ... The states external environment led to many internal political developments. ... "However, Japan was not integrated in multilateral military alliances and economic blocs. ... Soon Japan realized that it must unite the people in order to secure economic growth. ... The 20th century, that has seen the two world wars, was not only a time of development, but also a time of lessons. ...
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