Japan's Intentions for Its Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere as Indicated in Its Policy Plans for Thailand

@article{Swan1996JapansIF,
  title={Japan's Intentions for Its Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere as Indicated in Its Policy Plans for Thailand},
  author={William L. Swan},
  journal={Journal of Southeast Asian Studies},
  year={1996},
  volume={27},
  pages={139 - 149}
}
  • W. L. Swan
  • Published 1 March 1996
  • Economics, Political Science
  • Journal of Southeast Asian Studies
The article examines the intent of the Japanese for their Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere. It relies on documents that the Japanese government prepared in September 1942 which set forth prospective policy towards Thailand as a member of the Co-Prosperity Sphere. The proposals in these documents specified the political and diplomatic relations Japan expected to have with Thailand, and they were very specific regarding Japan's control over Thailand's economy as a part of the Co-Prosperity… 

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