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32 pages
ISBN 1-59813-001-3
© 2004

Homeland Security: Learning from Japan

by Edward A. Olsen

As the United States copes with defending the American “homeland” in the post-9/11 geopolitical environment, an enormous variety of proposals have been offered to Washington to help the Bush administration wage the “war on terrorism” on myriad fronts. This study offers a provocative suggestion about the ways the United States might learn lessons about homeland security from a key U.S. ally—Japan.