Index

References are to document numbers

  • Africa, 83
  • Aichi, Kiichi, 140
  • Ailes, Steve, 12
  • Air Force, U.S., 70
  • Amami Islands, 107
  • Amano, Gen. Masakazu, 82
  • Anti-ballistic missiles (ABMs), 82, 113
  • Arab-Israeli War, 123
  • Asia, expanding security role for Japan in, 96, 100, 104, 106, 111
  • Asia, U.S. troops in, 8, 16
  • Asian Development Bank (ADB), 66, 104, 105, 106, 109, 123
  • Atomic Energy Commission, U.S., 64, 110, 111, 121
  • Australia, 104, 111
  • Aviation issues, civil:
    • Airport for Tokyo, new international, 70
    • Ikeda's assessments, 10
    • Johnson (Lyndon) authorizes the resumption of negotiations, 51
    • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato meetings, 41, 47
    • Joint U.S.-Japan Cabinet Committee on Trade and Economic Affairs, 53
    • Mann's assessments, 49, 51
    • New York, air route between Japan and, 18, 33
    • Problems with U.S., accumulation of Japanese, 33
    • Reischauer's assessments, 22
    • Reischauer-Shiina meetings, 47
    • Review and plan for the future of the U.S.-Japanese relationship, U.S., 75
    • Rusk's assessments, 18
    • Rusk-Shiina meetings, 36
    • U.S. policy, 39
  • Balance-of-payments. See under Economic cooperation/issues.
  • Ball, George, 33, 55, 57
  • Bank of Japan, 109
  • Barnett, Robert W., 39, 44, 73
  • Barringer, Philip, 107
  • Bator, Francis, 51
  • Bell, David, 22
  • Berger, Samuel D., 87, 91, 105
  • Black, Eugene, 53
  • Bonesteel, Tic, 12
  • Bonin Islands:
    • Johnson's (U.) assessments, 90
    • Joint Chiefs of Staff's assessments, 86, 99
    • McNamara-Fukuda meetings, 16
    • Nuclear storage issues, 100, 108, 118
    • Reischauer's assessments, 35
    • Reversion of authority to Japan:
      • Balance-of-payments assistance/expanded security role in Asia in exchange for, 100, 118
      • Bundy's (W.) assessments, 91
      • Bundy (W.)-Shimoda meetings, 97
      • Japanese takeover, official, 118
      • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato agreement on reversion, 100, 106, 107
      • McNamara's assessments, 92
      • NSC meeting on August 30, 1967, 93
      • Rostow's assessments, 99, 100
    • Rusk-Miki meetings, 97
    • Rusk-Shiina meetings, 36, 73
    • Sato-Rusk meetings, 105
    • Shimoda's assessments, 87
    • Thomson's assessments, 40
  • Boyes, Capt. Jon L., 16
  • Britain, 41, 76
  • Brown, Winthrop G., 138
  • Bullitt, John, 6, 7, 29
  • Bundy, McGeorge, 44
    • Finance meetings in Tokyo (1964), 29
    • Joint U.S.-Japan Cabinet Committee on Trade and Economic Affairs, 39
    • Ryukyu Islands, 68
    • Sato's U.S. visit (proposed), 40
    • Submarines first appearance in Japan, nuclear-powered, 31
  • Bundy, William, 42, 44, 55, 73, 74, 75, 105, 106
    • Bonin Islands: [Page 318]
      • Japanese takeover, official, 118
      • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato agreement on reversion, 107
      • Rusk, communications with, 91
      • Ryukyu Islands as a separate decision, 87
      • Sato's U.S. visit (proposed), 97
    • Defense buildup/modernization, Japanese, 82
    • Korea, Republic of, 36, 116
    • Problems with U.S., accumulation of Japanese, 22, 33
    • Ryukyu Islands:
      • Bonin Islands as a separate decision, 87
      • Conditioned reversion, 132
      • Forrestal's assessments, 13
      • NSC meeting on August 30, 1967, 93
      • Regional security issues, 97
      • Rusk, communications with, 91
      • Setting a date for reversion 23 years after 1969, 138
      • Vietnam, Okinawa used as a staging base for American B–52 bombing attacks on, 56, 57
    • Sato's U.S. visit (proposed), 39
    • Shiina, meetings with, 36
    • Shimoda, meetings with, 87, 97, 116, 138
    • Vietnam, 87
    • Wakaizum, meetings with, 132
  • Bunker, Ellsworth, 106
  • Bureau of Economic Affairs, 133
  • Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, 15, 22
  • Burma, 106
  • Cambodia, 80
  • Canada, 111
  • Caraway, Lt. Gen. Paul W., 12, 14, 17, 23
  • Carr, James, 7
  • Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 1, 64, 82, 111, 117, 137
  • Chao An-po, 10
  • Chiang Kai-shek, 37, 41
  • Chichi Jima, 100
  • China. See People's Republic of China; Taiwan.
  • Christensen, Don, 57
  • Civil Aeronautics Board, U.S., 49
  • Civil Air Agreement. See Aviation issues, civil.
  • Clifford, Clark, 131
  • Cline, Ray, 30
  • Clunan, James L., 57
  • Committee on Nuclear Non-Proliferation, 58
  • Communism (see also People's Republic of China; Vietnam), 16, 39
  • Cotton textiles, 39, 41
  • Coward, Capt. Asbury, 70
  • Crab fishing, 22, 33
  • Cuba, 22, 39
  • Cyprus, 33
  • Czechoslovakia, 130
  • Daito Islands, 91, 107
  • Defense buildup/modernization, Japanese (see also Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security of 1960 ):
    • Air units in Japan, U.S., 70
    • Anti-ballistic missiles, 82
    • Bundy's (W.) assessments, 82
    • Fowler's assessments, 95
    • Gross national product going into, Japanese, 6
    • Johnson (Lyndon) Sato meetings, 41
    • Johnson (U.)-Miki meetings, 88, 130
    • Joint Chiefs of Staff's assessments, 52
    • McNamara-Fukuda meetings, 16
    • McNamara-Rusk communications, 5
    • Military Assistance Program, U.S., 81
    • National security policy paper, U.S.: “The Future of Japan,” 15, 58
    • Problems with U.S., accumulation of Japanese, 33
    • Reischauer's assessments, 22, 35, 82
    • Review and plan for the future of the U.S.-Japanese relationship, U.S., 123
    • Rostow's assessments, 124
    • Rusk-Dillon communications, 6
    • Rusk-Ikeda meetings, 8
    • Rusk's assessments, 96
    • Rusk-Shiina meetings, 36
    • Sato-Reischauer meetings, 37
    • U.S. policy, 39
  • Defense Department, U.S., 64, 111
  • De Gaulle, Charles, 74
  • Dillon, C. Douglas, 22
    • Defense buildup/modernization, Japanese, 6
    • Finance meetings in Tokyo (1964), 29
    • Interest Equalization Tax, 43
    • Joint U.S.-Japan Cabinet Committee on Trade and Economic Affairs, 39
    • Problems with U.S., accumulation of Japanese, 33
    • Sato, meetings with, 43
  • Domino theory, 16
  • Drummond, Roscoe, 10
  • Duffy, Col. John J., 14
  • Duke, Angier B., 42, 44
  • Dulles, John F., 87
  • East Asian and Pacific Interdepartmental Regional Group, 127
  • Economic cooperation/issues (see also Aviation issues, civil; Trade issues):
    • Asia, expanding security role for Japan in, 106
    • Asian Development Bank, 66, 104, 105, 106, 109, 123
    • Balance-of-payment issues/problems, U.S.:
      • Base facility structure review, U.S., 128, 131
      • Bonin Islands, 100, 118
      • Domestic convulsions in Japan, Sneider's concerns about, 120
      • Fowler's assessments, 95, 103
      • Ikeda-Rusk meetings, 8
      • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato communications, 109
      • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato meetings, 106
      • Review and plan for the future of the U.S.-Japanese relationship, U.S., 72
      • Rusk-Ohira meetings, 8
      • Ryukyu Islands, 102
      • Sato-McNamara meetings, 104
      • Sato-Rusk meetings, 75
    • Bundy's (M.) assessments, 29
    • Bundy's (W.) assessments, 39
    • Finance meetings in Tokyo (1964), 29
    • Fisheries problem, 48, 84
    • Gross national product going into defense, Japanese, 6
    • Indonesia, Japanese aid to, 105
    • Interest Equalization Tax, 39, 43
    • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato meetings, 41
    • Johnson (U.)-Miki meetings, 130
    • Joint U.S.-Japan Cabinet Committee on Trade and Economic Affairs, 5, 7, 39, 53, 72, 75, 93
    • Korea, U.S. attempts at improving economy in, 35
    • Korea-Japan settlement, 40, 41
    • Less developed countries, aid to, 39
    • NIE 4165, 64
    • Problems with U.S., accumulation of Japanese, 22, 33
    • Protectionism, Japanese, 133
    • Protectionism, U.S., 53
    • Reischauer's assessments, 35
    • Review and plan for the future of the U.S.-Japanese relationship, U.S., 123
    • Rusk-Shiina meetings, 36
    • Ryukyu Islands, Japanese aid for, 32, 79
    • Ryukyu Islands, U.S. aid for, 79, 85
    • Sato-Dillon meetings, 43
    • Sato-Humphrey meetings, 66
    • Saylor Amendment, 44
    • Southeast Asia Development Bank, 53
    • U.S.-Japan Consultative Committee, 32
    • Vietnam, Japanese aid to, 42, 80
    • Vietnam, United Nations aid to, 42
    • Watson's trip to Japan, 20
    • Wool negotiations, 22
  • Eisaku, Sato. See Sato Eisaku .
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D., 1
  • Emmerson, John, 12, 56, 79
  • Fearey, Robert A., 14, 42
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), 64, 111
  • Feldman, Myer, 18
  • Felt, Adm. Harry, 16
  • Fish, nuclear-powered submarines and contaminated, 19
  • Fisheries problem, 48, 84
  • Forrestal, Michael, 13
  • Fowler, Henry H., 93, 95, 103
  • France, 10, 11, 74
  • Fredericks, Wayne, 83
  • Freeman, Orville L., 22, 39
  • Fukuda, Tokuyasu, 16, 17, 87
  • General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), 22, 35, 133
  • Geneva Accords (1954), 130
  • Geneva Disarmament Conference, 76
  • Germany, 6, 41, 106
  • Gilpatric, Ros, 6
  • Gravesites in occupied territories, Japanese visiting, 36, 40
  • Green, Marshall, 42, 44
  • Gromyko, Andrei A., 72
  • Gulf of Tonkin crisis, 19
  • Halperin, Morton H., 92, 104, 107, 128
  • Hand, Lloyd, 41
  • Harriman, W. Averell, 18, 34, 130
  • Hartman, A. A., 127
  • Hashimoto, Ryutaro, 59, 74
  • Heller, Walter, 7, 22, 39
  • Helms, Richard, 93, 100
  • Herter, Christian A., 22, 100
  • Hilsman, Roger, Jr., 2, 9, 10
  • Hodges, Luther, 7, 22, 39
  • Holt, Thaddeus, 85
  • Hori, Shigaru, 140
  • Hornig, Donald F., 44
  • Hughes, Thomas L., 113, 135, 137
  • Humphrey, Hubert H., 66, 87, 93
  • Ikeda Hayato:
    • Asia, U.S. troops in Southeast, 8
    • Aviation issues, civil, 10
    • Balance-of-payments issues/problems, 8
    • Cancer, diagnosed with terminal, 23
    • Defense buildup/modernization, Japanese, 8
    • Kennedy (J.), meetings with, 17
    • People's Republic of China, 10, 11, 35
    • Problems with U.S., accumulation of Japanese, 22
    • Reischauer, meetings with, 10, 17
    • Rusk, meetings with, 7
    • Ryukyu Islands, 17, 20, 23
    • Vietnam, 10
  • India, 76
  • Indonesia, 41, 105, 106
  • Intellectual community, power of Japanese, 35
  • Interdepartmental Working Group, 78
  • Interest Equalization Tax, 39, 43
  • Internal Security Affairs (ISA), 91
  • Ishino, Shinichi, 29
  • Italy, 6
  • Iwo Jima, 97, 99, 100, 107
  • Iwo Marine Memorial, 118
  • Jackson, Murray E., 70
  • Japan (see also individual names/topics):
    • Africa, desire to become involved with, 83
    • Asia, expanding security role in, 96, 100, 104, 106, 111
    • Constitution, the, 16
    • Domestic convulsions in, Sneider's concerns about, 120
    • Electronic equipment exported to People's Republic of China, 126
    • Global affairs, desire to take an advanced role in, 83
    • Gravesites in occupied territories, visiting, 36, 40
    • Intellectual community, power of, 35
    • Japanese-United States Policy Planning Consultation meeting, 28
    • Leftist political forces, 1, 55, 97
    • Liberal Democratic Party, 55, 59, 120, 123, 127, 130, 137
    • National security policy paper, U.S.:
    • “The Future of Japan,” 15, 58
    • NIE January 11, 1968, 111
    • Political life, U.S. covert programs for influencing Japanese, 1
    • Problems with U.S., accumulation of Japanese, 22, 33, 35, 117
    • Review and plan for the future of the U.S.-Japanese relationship, U.S., 62, 72, 75, 93, 123
    • Security Consultative Committee, 55, 60
    • U.S.-Japan Consultative Committee, 32, 65, 82
  • Japan Air Lines, 49
  • Japanese Science and Technology Agency (STA), 121
  • Jenkins, Alfred, 98, 126, 135, 137
  • Johns Hopkins University, 53
  • Johnson, Lyndon:
    • Asia, expanding security role for Japan in, 106
    • Asian Development Bank, 109
    • Aviation issues, civil, 41, 47, 51
    • Balance-of-payment issues/problems, U.S., 106, 109
    • Bonin Islands:
      • Japanese takeover, official, 118
      • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato agreement on reversion, 100, 106, 107
      • Rusk, communications with, 100
    • Defense buildup/modernization, Japanese, 41, 96
    • Japan trip (proposed), 44
    • Johnson (U.), meetings with, 124
    • Korea, Republic of, 41
    • Medical science, United States-Japan program of cooperation in, 44
    • Nuclear issues, 30, 42
    • People's Republic of China, 8, 30, 41, 42
    • Politicians, covert subsidies to Japanese, 1
    • Racism, repudiating, 102
    • Reelection, decision not to seek, 119
    • Ryukyu Islands:
      • Executive Order No. 10713, 110
      • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato agreement on reversion, 106, 110
      • McNamara, communications with, 94
      • NSC meeting on August 30, 1967, 93
      • Rusk, communications with, 96
      • Sato's thoughts on visiting the islands, 42
    • Sato, communications with, 109
    • Sato, meetings with, 41, 42, 44, 47, 104, 106
    • Saylor Amendment, 44
    • Smith (B.), communications with, 8
    • Space exploration, 44, 110
    • Trade issues, 41, 44
    • Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security of 1960, 106
    • Vietnam, 41
      • Asian security (post-Vietnam), 124
      • Bombing raids on, 72, 102
      • Deescalation of hostilities, U.S. unilateral, 119
      • Educational television for South Vietnamese, 106
      • Johns Hopkins University, address made at, 53
      • Sato, advise sought from, 42
    • Woolen textiles, 44
  • Johnson, Harold K., 93
  • Johnson, Tom, 100
  • Johnson, U. Alexis, 104, 105
    • Aichi, meetings with, 140
    • Bonin Islands, 90, 108, 118
    • Defense buildup/modernization, Japanese, 88, 130
    • Johnson (Lyndon), meetings with, 124
    • Korea, Republic of, 116, 130, 140
    • Miki, meetings with, 88, 130
    • Military Assistance Program in Japan, U.S., 81
    • Nuclear issues, 108, 130, 132
    • People's Republic of China, 119
    • Problems with U.S., accumulation of Japanese, 117
    • Protectionism, Japanese, 133
    • Ryukyu Islands:
      • Assessments, Johnson's (U.), 12
      • Base facility structure review, U.S., 131
      • Bases after reversion, the role of U.S., 140
      • Bundy's (W.) assessments, 91
      • Diet participation, Okinawan, 130
      • Elections, 90
      • Lampert appointed as High Commissioner, 136
      • Vietnam, Okinawa as a staging base for American B–52 bombing attacks on, 116
      • Watson, meetings with, 14
    • Sato, meetings with, 119, 140
    • Soviet Union, U.S. détente with the, 84
    • Submarines, nuclear-powered, 130
    • Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security of 1960, 130
    • Vietnam, 116, 119, 124, 130
  • Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), 71
    • Bonin Islands, 86, 99
    • Defense buildup/modernization, Japanese, 52
    • Nuclear weapons storage in Japan, U.S, 100
    • People's Republic of China, 65
    • Ryukyu Islands, 65, 89, 131
    • Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security of 1960, 89
    • Vietnam, Okinawa as a staging base for American B–52 bombing attacks on, 127
  • Joint U.S.-Japan Cabinet Committee on Trade and Economic Affairs, 5, 7, 39, 53, 72, 75, 93
  • Jordan, William J., 93
  • Kase, Toshikazu, 61
  • Katzenbach, Nicholas, 93, 97, 114
  • Kawashima, Shojiro, 130
  • Kaysen, Carl, 23
  • Kennedy, John F., 14, 17, 20, 23, 31
  • Kennedy, Robert, 72
  • Kimura, Toshio, 104
  • Kipping, Norman, 44
  • Kishi Nobusuke, 140
  • Kitchen, Jeffrey C., 14
  • Komer, Robert, 4, 23
  • Korea, Republic of:
    • Bundy (W.)-Shimoda meetings, 36
    • Bundy (W.)-Shimoda meetings, 116
    • Humphrey's visit, 87
    • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato meetings, 41
    • Johnson (U.)-Aichi meetings, 140
    • Johnson (U.)-Miki meetings, 130
    • North Korean incursion into, 116, 117
    • Problems with U.S., accumulation of Japanese, 22, 33
    • Reischauer's assessments, 35
    • Rusk-Shiina meetings, 36
    • Sato's U.S. visit (proposed), 40
    • Security Consultative Committee, 60
    • Settlement between Japan and, 40, 41
    • U.S. attempts at improving economy in, 35
    • U.S. military personnel in, 106
  • Krulak, Lieutenant General Victor H., 118
  • Kurile Islands, 16
  • Lampert, Gen. James B., 136
  • Laos, 22, 33, 106
  • Lee, Maj. Howard V., 102
  • Leftist political forces, Japanese, 1, 55, 97
  • Legislation:
  • Less developed countries (LDCs), 39
  • Liao Cheng Chih, 10
  • Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), 55, 59, 120, 123, 127, 130, 137
  • Lindjord, Col. Haakon, 14
  • Lodge, Henry C., 61
  • Macomber, William B., Jr., 91
  • Malaysia, 41
  • Manhart, Maj. Gen. A. H., 52
  • Mann, Thomas C., 48, 49, 51
  • Mao Tse-tung, 41
  • Marks, Leonard H., 93
  • Marcus Island, 86, 91, 107
  • Matusi, Akira, 36
  • Matsuno, Raizo, 60
  • Matsuoka, Seiho, 85, 125
  • Matsuura, Isao, 18
  • McCain, Adm. John S., 131
  • McCone, John A., 30
  • McConnell, John P., 65
  • McGiffert, David E., 125
  • McNamara, Robert S.:
    • Air units in Japan, U.S., 70
    • Asia, expanding security role for Japan in, 104
    • Bonin Islands, 16, 36, 92, 100
    • Defense buildup/modernization, Japanese, 5, 16, 82
    • Fukuda, meetings with, 16, 17
    • Matsuoka, meetings with, 85
    • Miki, meetings with, 97
    • Nuclear issues, 94, 104
    • People's Republic of China, 16, 104
    • Review and plan for the future of the U.S.-Japanese relationship, U.S., 62
    • Ryukyu Islands:
      • Assessments, McNamara's, 92
      • Johnson (Lyndon), communications with, 94
      • Johnson's (U.) assessments, 12
      • NSC meeting on August 30, 1967, 93
      • Public outreach to Japanese people, 16
      • U.S. bases after reversion, the role of, 104
    • Sato, meetings with, 104
    • Submarines first appearance in Japan, nuclear-powered, 31
    • Trade issues, 16
    • Vietnam, 16, 104
  • McNaughton, John T., 16, 69, 82, 87
  • Medical science, United States-Japan program of cooperation in, 44
  • Miki, Takeo, 42, 44
    • Bonin Islands, 97, 108, 118
    • Bundy (W.)-Shimoda meetings, 87
    • Defense buildup/modernization, Japanese, 88, 130
    • Domestic convulsions in Japan, Sneider's concerns about, 120
    • Johnson (U.), meetings with, 88, 130
    • Joint U.S.-Japan Cabinet Committee on Trade and Economic Affairs, 93
    • Korea, Republic of, 130
    • McNamara, meetings with, 97
    • Nuclear issues, 108, 130
    • Rusk, meetings with, 97, 133
    • Rusk's assessments, 53
    • Ryukyu Islands, 91, 97, 104, 105
    • Submarines, nuclear-powered, 130
    • Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security of 1960, 130
    • Vietnam, 98, 117, 130
  • Military Airlift Command (MAC), 70
  • Military Assistance Program (MAP), U.S. (see also Defense buildup/modernization, Japanese), 81
  • Minobe, Ryokichi, 87
  • Miwa, Yoshio, 16
  • Miyara, Yoei, 85
  • Mizuta, Mikio, 109
  • Mori, Haruki, 104, 105
  • Mori, Kiyoshi, 79
  • Motono, Moriyuki, 59
  • Murphy, Charles S., 7
  • My Life Between Japan and America (Reischauer), 55, 77
  • Nabeshima, Naotsugu, 110
  • Nakasone, Yasuhiro, 70
  • National Air and Space Agency, 110
  • National Intelligence Estimate (NIE):
    • 4165, 64
    • January 11, 1968, 111
  • National Press Club, 44
  • National Security Agency, 64, 111
  • National Security Council (NSC):
    • Bonin Islands, 93
    • Meeting of August 30, 1967, 93
    • Ryukyu Islands, 93
  • New York Times, 116
  • New Zealand, 104
  • NIE. See National Intelligence Estimate.
  • Nishime, Junji, 127, 135
  • Nishisaki, Nobuo, 83
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), 74
  • North Pacific Fisheries Convention, 22, 33, 39
  • Northwest Airlines, 49
  • NSC. See National Security Council.
  • Nuclear issues (see also Submarines, nuclear-powered):
    • Anti-ballistic missiles, 82, 113
    • Bonin Islands, 100, 108, 118
    • Committee on Nuclear Non-Proliferation, 58
    • Geneva Disarmament Conference, 76
    • Hughes' assessments, 113
    • India going nuclear, possibility of, 76
    • Johnson (U.)-Miki meetings, 130
    • McNamara's assessments, 94
    • National security policy paper, U.S.: “The Future of Japan,” 58
    • Non-proliferation, debate over, 58, 76, 84, 113, 123, 130
    • NSC meeting on August 30, 1967, 93
    • People's Republic of China, nuclear weapon detonated by, 30, 42
    • Review and plan for the future of the U.S.-Japanese relationship, U.S., 72, 123
    • Sato's stand on Japanese development of nuclear weapons, 37, 44, 104, 140
    • Storage of nuclear weapons in Japan, U.S., 91, 100, 132, 140
    • Technology leak between Japan and People's Republic of China, 82
    • Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security, 74
    • Warships in Japanese ports, nuclear-powered surface, 45, 101, 113, 114
  • Ohira Masayoshi, 6, 7, 8
  • Okamoto, Yoichi, 41
  • Okinawa Liberal Democratic Party (OLDP) (see also Ryukyu Islands), 12, 23, 120, 127
  • Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), 109
  • Osborn, David L., 116, 123
  • Ota, Seisaku, 23
  • Our Ryukyus Bases, 78
  • Owen, Henry D., 76
  • Pan American airlines, 49
  • Parece Vela, 107
  • Park Chung Hee, 87
  • Passman, Otto E., 14
  • Pelikan, Robert G., 29
  • People's Republic of China (PRC):
    • Bonin Islands, 86
    • Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs' assessments, 15
    • Domestic convulsions in Japan, Sneider's concerns about, 120
    • Electronic equipment to, Japan exporting, 126
    • French recognition of, 10
    • Hughes' assessments, 113
    • Ikeda's assessments, 10, 11
    • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato meetings, 41, 42
    • Johnson (Lyndon)-Smith (Bromley) communications, 8
    • Joint Chiefs of Staff's assessments, 65
    • McNamara-Fukuda meetings, 16
    • Nuclear issues:
      • Detonation of nuclear device, 30, 42
      • Sato-McNamara meetings, 104
      • Technology leak from Japan, 82
    • Problems with U.S., accumulation of Japanese, 22
    • Reischauer's assessments, 35
    • Review and plan for the future of the U.S.-Japanese relationship, U.S., 72
    • Rusk's assessments, 11, 96
    • Rusk-Sato meetings, 43
    • Rusk-Shiina meetings, 36
    • Sato-Johnson (U.) meetings, 119
    • Sato-McNamara meetings, 104
    • Sato's assessments of, 37
    • Sato's U.S. visit (proposed), 40
    • Soviet Union, U.S. détente with the, 84
    • Trade issues, 10, 126
    • United Nations, representation at the, 36, 41, 43, 80, 133
  • Petree, Richard W., 14, 87
  • Philippines, 66, 104, 106
  • Political life, U.S. covert programs for influencing Japanese, 1
  • Pont, James K., 85
  • PRC. See People's Republic of China.
  • Protectionism, Japanese, 133
  • Protectionism, U.S., 53
  • RCA, 41
  • Read, Benjamin H., 91, 98
  • Reischauer, Edwin O., 2, 4, 9, 42, 44, 67, 73, 74, 75
    • Aviation issues, civil, 10, 18, 22, 47
    • Bonin Islands, 35, 36
    • Defense buildup/modernization, Japanese:
      • Air units in Japan, U.S., 70
      • Assessments, Reischauer's, 22, 35, 82
      • Pressure on the Japanese, against putting, 82
      • Sato, meetings with, 37
    • Finance meetings in Tokyo (1964), 29
    • Fisheries problem, 48
    • Ikeda, meetings with, 10, 17
    • Intellectual community in Japan, U.S. guiding the, 35
    • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato meetings, 42
    • Korea, Republic of, 35
    • Nuclear issues, 37, 45
    • People's Republic of China, 10, 11, 35
    • Problems with U.S., accumulation of Japanese, 22, 33, 35
    • Resignation of, 77
    • Review and plan for the future of the U.S.-Japanese relationship, U.S., 72
    • Ryukyu Islands:
      • Aid to, U.S., 55
      • Assessments, Reischauer's, 35, 55
      • Attack on Reischauer by man with a knife, 17
      • Chief Executive of, changing method of selecting the, 63
      • Johnson's (U.) assessments, 12
      • Kennedy (J.)-Ikeda meetings, 17
      • Sato's visit, 59
      • Thomson's assessments, 23
      • Watson's command, assessments of, 20
    • Sato, meetings with, 37, 50, 72
    • Security Consultative Committee, 60
    • Shiina, meetings with, 47
    • Submarines, nuclear-powered, 19, 34, 35
    • Taiwan, 35
    • Trade issues, 35
    • Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security of 1960, 35, 70
    • Vietnam:
      • Okinawa used as a staging base for American B–52 bombing attacks on, 46, 57
      • Public reaction to expansion of the war, Japanese, 50, 55
      • Sato's anxiety concerning, 10
  • Right Hand of Power, The (Johnson), 113
  • Rosario Island, 91, 107
  • Rostow, Walt, 55, 68, 76, 82, 93, 124, 137
    • Bonin Islands, 99, 100
    • Defense buildup/modernization, Japanese, 124
    • Nuclear issues, 114
    • Ryukyu Islands, 99, 102, 140
    • Soviet Union, U.S. détente with the, 84
    • Wakaizum, meetings with, 102, 140
  • Rusk, Dean, 42, 67
    • Asia, U.S. troops in Southeast, 8
    • Aviation issues, civil, 18, 36
    • Balance-of-payments issues/problems, 8
    • Bonin Islands:
      • Allowing a few hundred people to return, 73
      • Bundy's (W.) assessments, 91
      • Bundy (W.)-Shimoda meetings, 97
      • Early consultations, organizing, 105
      • Gravesites in occupied territories, Japanese visiting, 36
      • Johnson (Lyndon), communications with, 100
      • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato agreement on reversion, 107
      • Nuclear weapons storage in Japan, U.S, 100
      • Rostow's assessments, 100
    • Defense buildup/modernization, Japanese:
      • Dillon, communications with, 6
      • Ikeda, meetings with, 8
      • Johnson (Lyndon), recommendations made to, 96
      • McNamara, communications with, 5
      • Ohira, meetings with, 8
      • Shiina, meetings with, 36
    • Economic cooperation/issues, 7, 36, 53
    • Ikeda, meetings with, 7
    • Japan visit, 72
    • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato communications, 109
    • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato meetings, 42, 44
    • Johnson's (Lyndon) Japan trip (proposed), 44
    • Joint U.S.-Japan Cabinet Committee on Trade and Economic Affairs, 39, 72
    • Kawashima, meetings with, 130
    • Korea, Republic of, 36
    • Matsuoka, meetings with, 85
    • Miki, assessment of, 53
    • Miki, meetings with, 97, 133
    • Nuclear issues, 30, 100
    • People's Republic of China:
      • Asia, expanding security role for Japan in, 96
      • Ikeda's assessments, 10, 11
      • Nuclear weapon detonated by, 30
      • United Nations representation, 36, 43
    • Problems with U.S., accumulation of Japanese, 22
    • Review and plan for the future of the U.S.-Japanese relationship, U.S., 62, 75
    • Ryukyu Islands, 36, 97
      • Autonomy, expansion of local, 73
      • Base facility structure review, U.S., 128
      • Flags bearing Japan's colors for Ryukyuan vessels, 85
      • High Commissioner position, 42
      • Johnson (Lyndon), communications with, 96
      • Limitations on U.S. base rights, 73
      • NSC meeting on August 30, 1967, 93
      • Public opinion, Japanese, 73
      • U.S. bases after reversion, the role of, 105
    • Sato, meetings with, 43, 72, 74, 75, 80, 105
    • Sato's U.S. visit (proposed), 40, 99
    • Shiina, meetings with, 36, 73
    • Space exploration, 44
    • Takeuchi, meetings with, 36
    • Trade issues, 18, 36
    • Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security, 36, 74, 130
    • United Nations, 36, 43, 96
    • Vietnam, 11, 61
  • Ryukyu Islands (see also Watson, Lt. Gen. Albert, II ):
    • Aid to, Japanese, 32, 79
    • Aid to, U.S., 79, 85
    • Base facility structure review, U.S., 128, 131
    • Bundy's (M.) assessments, 68
    • Bundy (W.)-Shimoda meetings, 87
    • Chief Executive, changing method of selecting the Ryukyu Islands', 63
    • Court cases moved from Japanese to U.S. control, 72
    • Crash of U.S. plane prompts public protests, 122
    • Domestic convulsions in Japan, Sneider's concerns about, 120
    • East Asian and Pacific Interdepartmental Regional Group's assessments, 127
    • Education efforts, public, 79, 90
    • Elections, 90, 127, 135, 137, 138
    • Executive Order No. 10713, 110
    • Flags bearing Japan's colors for Ryukyuan vessels, 85
    • Ikeda-Reischauer meetings, 17
    • Interdepartmental Working Group's assessments, 78
    • Johnson (Lyndon)-McNamara communications, 94
    • Johnson (Lyndon)-Rusk communications, 96
    • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato meetings, 42
    • Johnson (U.)-Miki meetings, 130
    • Johnson's (U.) assessments, 12
    • Johnson (U.)-Watson meetings, 14
    • Joint Chiefs of Staff's assessments, 65
    • Kennedy (J.)-Ikeda meetings, 17
    • Lampert appointed as High Commissioner, 136
    • Limitations on U.S. base rights, 73
    • McNamara-Fukuda meetings, 16
    • Nuclear weapons storage, 91, 100, 132, 140
    • Problems with U.S., accumulation of Japanese, 22
    • Reischauer's assessments, 35, 55
    • Reversion of authority to Japan:
      • Balance-of-payment assistance/expanded security role in Asia in exchange for, 102
      • Bases after reversion, the role of U.S., 104, 105, 140
      • Bundy's (W.) assessments, 91
      • Bundy (W.)-Shimoda meetings, 97, 138
      • Bundy (W.)-Wakaizumi meetings, 132
      • Fowler's assessments, 103
      • Functional reversion, 79
      • Hughes' assessments, 113, 137
      • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato agreement on reversion, 110
      • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato meetings, 106
      • Johnson (U.)-Aichi meetings, 140
      • Joint Chiefs of Staff's assessments, 89
      • McNamara's assessments, 92, 94
      • NSC meeting on August 30, 1967, 93
      • Public opinion, Japanese, 97
      • Rostow's assessments, 99
      • Rostow-Wakaizum meetings, 102, 140
      • Sato-McNamara meetings, 104
      • Sato-Rusk meetings, 105
      • Shimoda's assessments, 87
      • Sneider's assessments, 138
    • Review and plan for the future of the U.S.-Japanese relationship, U.S., 62, 72, 123
    • Rusk-Miki meetings, 97
    • Rusk-Shiina meetings, 36, 73
    • Sato's U.S. visit (proposed), 40
    • Sato's visit to Ryukyu Islands, 42, 56, 59
    • Submarines, nuclear-powered, 121, 122
    • Thomson's assessments, 23, 32
    • Vietnam, Okinawa as a staging base for American B–52 bombing attacks on, 46, 56, 57, 72, 91, 102, 115, 116, 117, 120, 125, 127
    • Watson's trip to Japan, 20
    • White House staff meeting (May 6, 1964 ), 13
  • Salmon fishing, 48
  • Sato Eisaku:
    • Asian Development Bank, 66, 106
    • Aviation issues, civil, 41, 47
    • Balance-of-payment issues/problems, U.S., 72, 106
    • Bonin Islands:
      • Early consultations, organizing, 105
      • Japanese takeover, official, 118
      • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato agreement on reversion, 100, 106, 107
    • Defense buildup/modernization, Japanese, 37, 41, 70
    • Dillon, meetings with, 43
    • Domestic convulsions in Japan, Sneider's concerns about, 120
    • Election of, 23
    • Humphrey, meetings with, 66, 87
    • Interest Equalization Tax, 43
    • Johnson (Lyndon), communications with, 109
    • Johnson (Lyndon), meetings with, 41, 42, 44, 47, 104, 106
    • Johnson's (Lyndon) Japan trip (proposed), 44
    • Johnson (U.), meetings with, 119, 140
    • Korea, Republic of, 41, 140
    • Mann's assessments, 49
    • McNamara, meetings with, 104
    • Medical science, United States-Japan program of cooperation in, 44
    • NIE 4165, 64
    • Northern Islands problem, 72
    • Nuclear issues:
      • Anti-ballistic missiles, 113
      • Japanese development of nuclear weapons, 37, 44, 104, 140
      • Non-proliferation, Japanese attitudes on, 84
      • People's Republic of China, 42
      • Three nuclear principles, 140
    • People's Republic of China:
      • Assessments, Sato's, 37
      • Detonation of nuclear weapon by, 42
      • Fears about U.S. reversing its policy on, 119
      • Masses not concerned with, 104
      • Two Chinas policy, Japan's, 43
      • United Nations, PRC representation at the, 41, 43, 80
      • U.S. visit (proposed), 40
    • Reischauer, meetings with, 37, 50, 72
    • Review and plan for the future of the U.S.-Japanese relationship, U.S., 72, 75
    • Rusk, meetings with, 43, 72, 74, 75, 80, 105
    • Ryukyu Islands:
      • Bases after reversion, the role of U.S., 140
      • Court cases moved from Japanese to U.S. control, 72
      • Elections, 137
      • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato agreement on reversion, 106, 110
      • NSC meeting on August 30, 1967, 93
      • Public opinion, Japanese, 73
      • Rostow-Wakaizum meetings, 102
      • U.S. bases after reversion, the role of, 104, 105
      • Vietnam, Okinawa as a staging base for American B–52 bombing attacks on, 56, 117
      • Visiting the, 42, 56, 59
    • Saylor Amendment, 44
    • Security Consultative Committee, 60
    • Sneider's assessments, 138
    • Soviet Union, U.S. détente with the, 84
    • Space exploration, 44, 66, 110
    • Trade issues, 41, 44
    • Travel and exchanges between Japan and the United States, 44
    • Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security, 74, 106
    • U.S. relations with Soviet Union and major European powers, 72
    • U.S. visit (actual), 36, 41, 42, 43, 44, 104, 105, 106
    • U.S. visit (proposed):
      • Bundy's (M.) assessments, 40
      • Bundy's (W.) assessments, 39
      • Bundy (W.)-Shimoda meetings, 97
      • Fowler's assessments, 103
      • Read's assessments, 98
      • Rostow's assessments, 99
      • Rusk's assessments, 99
      • Thomson's assessments, 40
    • Vietnam, 41
      • Aid to, Japanese, 106
      • Deescalation of hostilities, U.S. unilateral, 119
      • Fear of a U.S. defeat, 117
      • Johnson (Lyndon) seeks advise re, 42
      • Negotiations promoted by, 61
      • Okinawa used as a staging base for American B–52 bombing attacks on, 56
      • Public reaction to expansion of the war, 50
      • Support for U.S. policy, 104
      • U.S. efforts to seek negotiated settlement, 66
    • Woolen textiles, 44
  • Saylor Amendment, 33, 39, 44, 84
  • Schlesinger, Arthur M., 4
  • Security Consultative Committee (SCC), 55, 60
  • Seligmann, Albert L. 128
  • Senior Interdepartmental Group (SIG), 62
  • Sharp, Admiral Ulysses S. Grant, USN, Commander in Chief, Pacific
  • Shiina, Etsusaburo, 20, 22, 42, 44, 74, 75
    • Aviation issues, civil, 36, 47
    • Bonin Islands, 73
    • Defense buildup/modernization, Japanese, 36
    • Economic cooperation/issues, 36
    • Fisheries problem, 48
    • Korea, Republic of, 36
    • Reischauer, meetings with, 47
    • Rusk, meetings with, 36, 73
    • Rusk's assessments, 53
    • Ryukyu Islands, 36, 73, 138
    • Security Consultative Committee, 60
    • Soviet Union visit, 66
    • Trade issues, 36
    • Vietnam, 36, 66
  • Shimanouchi, Naoshi, 104, 105, 106
  • Shimanouchi, Toshiro, 41, 42, 44
  • Shimoda, Takeso, 84, 104, 105
  • Singapore, 106
  • Smith, Bromley K., 8, 84, 93
  • Smith, William Y., 13
  • Sneider, Richard L., 73, 87, 91, 97, 105, 126
    • Bonin Islands, 118
    • Domestic convulsions in Japan, concerns about, 120
    • Ryukyu Islands, 92, 138
  • Solbert, Peter, 16
  • Sony, 41
  • Southeast Asia Development Bank, 53
  • Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), 106
  • Soviet Union:
    • Bonin Islands, 86
    • Czechoslovakia, invasion of, 130
    • Gravesites in occupied territories, Japanese allowed to visit, 36
    • Northern Islands problem, 72
    • North Pacific Fishery Convention, 22
    • Problems with U.S., accumulation of Japanese, 22
    • Shiina's visit to, 66
  • Soy beans, 41
  • Space exploration, 44, 66, 110
  • Steadman, John, 32, 55
  • Steadman, Richard C., 85, 107, 128
  • Submarines, nuclear-powered (SSNs):
    • First appearance in Japan, 31
    • Fish contamination concerns, 19
    • Johnson (U.)-Miki meetings, 130
    • Opposition to, Japanese, 34
    • Radioactive materials, reports of leaked, 121, 122
    • Reischauer's assessments, 35
  • Sukarno, 41
  • Taiwan:
    • Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs' assessments, 15
    • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato meetings, 41
    • Reischauer's assessments, 35
    • Sato's U.S. visit (proposed), 40
  • Takeuchi, Ryuji, 42, 44, 73, 74, 75
    • Fisheries problem, 48
    • Problems with U.S., accumulation of Japanese, 22
    • Rusk, meetings with, 36
    • Submarines, nuclear-powered, 34
  • Talbot, Phillips, 30
  • Tanaka, Kakuei, 6, 29, 33
  • Taylor, Gen. Maxwell, 16, 79
  • Thailand, 106
  • Thanat Khoman, 130
  • Thompson, Llewellyn E., 58
  • Thomson, James C., Jr., 42, 44 [Page 329]
    • Bonin Islands, 40
    • Ryukyu Islands, 23, 32
    • Sato's U.S. visit (proposed), 40
  • 303 Committee, 38, 129, 139
  • Togo, Fumihiko, 87, 88, 104, 105, 116, 130, 140
  • Trade issues:
    • Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs' assessments, 15
    • French recognition of People's Republic of China, 10
    • General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, 22, 35, 133
    • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato meetings, 41, 44
    • Joint U.S.-Japan Cabinet Committee on Trade and Economic Affairs, 5, 7, 39, 53, 72, 75, 93
    • McNamara-Fukuda meetings, 16
    • People's Republic of China, 10, 126
    • Problems with U.S., accumulation of Japanese, 22, 33
    • Reischauer's assessments, 35
    • Review and plan for the future of the U.S.-Japanese relationship, U.S., 123
    • Rusk's assessments, 18
    • Rusk-Shiina meetings, 36
    • United Nations, 22
    • U.S. policy, 39
  • Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security of 1960:
    • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato meetings, 106
    • Johnson (U.)-Miki meetings, 130
    • Joint Chiefs of Staff's assessments, 89
    • McNamara's assessments, 94
    • NIE 4165, 64
    • NIE January 11, 1968, 111
    • Reischauer's assessments, 35, 70
    • Rusk-Kawashima meetings, 130
    • Rusk-Shiina meetings, 36
    • Sato-Rusk meetings, 74
  • Trezise, Philip H., 39
  • Trivedi, Vishnu C., 76
  • Trueheart, William, 134
  • Truman, Harry S., 93
  • Udall, Stewart, 22, 39
  • Ukawa, Hidetoshi, 16
  • Unger, Gen. Ferdinand, 87, 116
  • United Nations, 37
  • United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), 22
  • United States Intelligence Board (USIB), 64, 111
  • Usami, Makoto, 109, 120
  • Ushiba, Nobuhiko, 42, 44, 88
  • USS Enterprise, 101, 113, 114, 122
  • USS Sea Dragon, 31, 33
  • USS Swordfish, 122
  • Usui, Soichi, 20
  • Vance, Cyrus, 12
  • Vettel, Thelma E., 39
  • Vietnam:
    • Aid from Japan, 42, 80
    • Aid from United Nations, 42
    • Balance-of-payments issues/problems, U.S., 75
    • Bundy (W.)-Shimoda meetings, 87
    • Deescalation of hostilities, U.S. unilateral, 119, 130
    • Educational television, Johnson's (Lyndon) proposal for, 106
    • Gulf of Tonkin crisis, 19
    • Ikeda's anxiety concerning, 10
    • Johnson (Lyndon)-Johnson (U.) meetings, 124
    • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato meetings, 41, 42, 106
    • Johnson (U.)-Miki meetings, 130
    • Joint U.S.-Japan Cabinet Committee on Trade and Economic Affairs, 53
    • McNamara-Fukuda meetings, 16
    • Miki's speech supporting U.S. policy, 98
    • Okinawa used as a staging base for American B–52 bombing attacks on, 46, 56, 57, 72, 91, 102, 115, 116, 117, 120, 125, 127
    • Problems with U.S., accumulation of Japanese, 22, 33
    • Reischauer's assessments, 55
    • Review and plan for the future of the U.S.-Japanese relationship, U.S., 72, 123
    • Rusk's assessments, 11
    • Rusk-Shiina meetings, 36
    • Sato-Humphrey meetings, 66
    • Sato-McNamara meetings, 104
    • Sato-Reischauer meetings, 50
    • Sato's attempts at promoting negotiations, 61
    • Sato's U.S. visit (proposed), 40
    • Security Consultative Committee, 60
    • Shiina's visit to Soviet Union, 66
  • Volcano Islands, 86, 91, 97, 99, 100, 107, 118
  • Wakaizumi, Kei, 102, 132, 140
  • Walker, James, 98
  • Warnke, Paul C., 104, 122
  • Watanabe, Makoto, 73, 74, 75, 105
  • Watson, Lt. Gen. Albert, II:
    • Appointment of, 12
    • Chief Executive, changing method of selecting the Ryukyu Islands', 63
    • Ikeda-Reischauer meetings, 17
    • Johnson (Lyndon)-Sato meetings, 42
    • Johnson (U.), meetings with, 14
    • Johnson's (U.) assessments, 12
    • Reischauer's assessments, 20
    • Thomson's assessments, 23, 32
  • Westmoreland, Gen. William, 106
  • Wheeler, Earle G., 86, 89
  • White, John P., 91
  • Wickel, James, 41, 42, 104, 105, 106
  • Wiggins, Henry, 10
  • Wilson, Harold, 37, 76
  • Wirtz, Willard, 7, 22, 39
  • Wolf, Joseph J., 128
  • Woolen textiles, 22, 33, 39, 41, 44
  • Yamano, Kokichi, 59, 79
  • Yara, Chobyo, 135, 137
  • Yasukawa, Takeshi, 42, 44, 48, 60, 70, 73
  • Zurhellen, J. O., 73, 74, 75