8.5 x 11", x, 140 pp., tables, charts, bibliography, paper, Washington, D.C., 1983. (o.p.; pen mark front cover). World Bank Staff Working Papers, Number 526.
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University of California Press. 6.2 x 9.2", xiv, 258 pp., 30 tables, 3 maps, bibliobraphy, index, cloth, d.j., Berkeley, 1979. (o.p.; near fine).
Cornell University Press. 7 x 10", 98 pp., chronology, bibliography, paper, Ithaca, 1993. In this book, a leading Burmese historian, Aye Kyaw, demonstrates vividly the divergence in British and Burmese views on the role and purpose of education, as well as an overview of the Burmese student movement.
5.75 x 8.0", 243 pp., a few b/w illustrations, paper, Bangkok, 1997. This volume presents 8 papers selected from a 1995 seminar at the Chulalongkorn University entitled "Myanmar towards the 21st century: Dynamic of Continuity and Change". It explores many issues facing Myanmar today, covering government, politics, economy, and international...
D. Appleton. 5.9 x 8.5", xi, 427 pp., index, map on endpapers, cloth, d.j., New York, 1942. (o.p.; near fine). The author reveals the Japanese philosophy and states their real reasons for their aggressiveness before World War II.
American Academy of Political and Social Science. 6.2 x 9.1", ix, 236 pp., cloth, Philadelphia, 1956. (o.p.; gilt lettering on red cover, sl browning). Articles concerning governmental issues, domestic politics, economic, social, educational developments, foreign relations and numerous book reviews by various writers.
Bungei Shunju. 5.25 x 7.75", 317 pp., text in Japanese, boards, d.j., Tokyo, 1989. (o.p.; sl wear to d.j., text fine). The author spent 9 months in Washington, D.C. to investigate the issue of censorship that the American occupation army enforced on the Japanese people after the war. Were the Japanese...
6.1 x 9.5", ix, 463 pp., end-maps of Japan, Tokyo area, Asia mainland, bibliography, index, cloth, d.j., New York, 1975. (o.p.; near fine). Foreword by Senator Mike Mansfield.
6.2 x 9.2", xiii, 568 pp., map, appendixes, bibliography, index, cloth, New York, 1956. (o.p.; near fine). First published in Great Britain by Cambridge Univ. Press in 1948.
6.3 x 9.5", xviii, 234 pp., maps, tables, diagrams, glossary, bibliography, index, cloth, d.j., Berkeley, 1975. (o.p.; fine).
5.5 x 8", 343 pp., text in Chinese, softcover, Beijing, 1996.
7.2 x 10", 70 pp., numerous b/w and color illustrations, paper, Yangon, 1997. A government's take on the plans and objectives of the nation for the future.
Iwanami Shoten. What drives politics? What is the magnetic field at its foundation that shapes and form politics? This book truckles the difficult and sensitive issues in Japanese politics from new and unique perspectives.
8vo, xvii, 140 pp. Foreword, intro., 2 tables, 12 documents, illus., conclusion, biblio.
8vo, xii, 111 pp. Intro., 26 photographs, 14 maps, biographies, appendixes, abbrev., new, wraps.
Greenwood Press. 5.5 x 8.75", reprint of 1961 ed., xi, 269 pp., 3 maps, 28 tables, 21 figures, appendix, index, cloth, Westport, 1971. (o.p.; fine).
7.50 x 9.75", 260pp., charts and graphs, paper, Rangoon, 1997. This book examines the issue of integrating the Burmese nation from the perspective of the military. Essays include An Assessment of the Measures Taken for the Proper Evolution of the Market-Oriented Economic System, The Role of the Government in a....
Cambridge University Press. 5.3 x8.2", x, 255 pp., notes, bibliography, index, paper, New York, 1979. (o.p.; near fine).
7 x 9.5", 300 pp., paper, Yangon, 1998. Presentation of ecomonic and population data and study of human resource development in Myanmar.
6.2 x 9.5", 310 pp., bibliography, index, cloth, d.j., Berkeley, 1971. (o.p.; fine). This volume traces Nepalese foreign policy during the past 2 centuries.
Book Faith India. 5.5 x 8.5", xii, 332 pp., notes, paper, Delhi, 1998. The introduction of democracy in Nepal in 1990 generated a new enthusiam in Nepali society for openness and debate and this book placed the records of the current transitional phase into perspective.
7 x 10", viii, 113 pp., paper, Ithaca, 1972, revised 1993. (o.p.; outline of removal of label on front cover, text near fine). Aung San, the founder of the modern Burmese state, was gunned down before he could take office as Prime Minister of independant Burma. This book explains the...
6 x 9.75", reprint of 1930 ed., 3 vols., xxix; xvi; xv; 555; 566; 436 pp., cloth, London, 1967. (o.p.; near fine). The definitive economic history of Japan.
University of Michigan Press. 8.5 x 10.9", 2 vols., Vol. I: 239 pp., text in Japanese; Vol. II: 600 pp., text in Engish with Japanese words and phrases, paper, Ann Arbor, 1965. (o.p.; fine). Vol. I: Selections with texts selected by Ritsuo Akimoto and Junnosuke Masumi. Vol. II: Annotations with...
7 x 10", 109 pp., numerous color and b/w illustrations, paper, Yangon, 2000. A government account of the process of creating cease-fires with various insurgent groups.