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The Yoshida Doctrine, named after Japan's first Prime Minister after World War II Shigeru Yoshida, was a strategy adopted post World War II under Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida, in which economics was to be concentrated upon majorly to reconstruct Japan's domestic economy while the security alliance with the United States would be the guarantor of Japanese security. The Yoshida Doctrine shaped Japanese foreign policy throughout the Cold War era and beyond.
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