Keikichi Takahashi

Keikichi Takahashi is a professor at Osaka University in Japan, specializing in U.S. diplomacy toward East Asia. He is the author of a Japanese-language book titled "China or Japan? The American Search for a Partner in East Asia, 1941-1954."

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