American Intellectuals’ Changing Perspectives and the U.S.Regional Strategies toward Asia during the Cold War Period.
Principal Investigator: KOIZUMI, Junko
Period: FY 2012-15
This research project examines how American intellectuals perceived Asia during the Cold War period by taking the Council of Foreign Relations and related organizations into perspective. Drawing on archival records at various think-tanks and philanthropic organizations, it examines how Asia, particularly East Asia and Southeast Asia, was discussed and analyzed in the political and intellectual forum that brought policy-makers, business elites, journalists, academics and the general public together.