A Decade of Soviet Policy in Asia, 1945-1956
Rodger Swearingen, Ph.D. Los Angeles, California, is coordinator of research at the School of International Relations, University of Southern California. During the war he served in the Far East as a Japanese language officer, and later with the occupation in Tokyo and with the Department of State in Washington. Formerly a fellow at the Russian Research Center at Harvard University, he is now director of a Ford Foundation-supported project on the Russian impact on Japan. He is coauthor of Red Flag in Japan (1952) and a contributor to professional journals on Soviet-Asian relations.
Rodger Swearingen; A Decade of Soviet Policy in Asia, 1945-1956. Current History 1 February 1957; 32 (186): 89–96. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.19220.127.116.11
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