1964 年 1964 巻 24 号 p. 55-66,L2
This article was written in August 1963, about one month before the openning of the 18th United Nations General Assembly which had been expected to be “South-North Assembly”. Although our study was done upon the same questions which had been said to be the main debates of that Assembly, our analysis is thought to be still avail-able for the today's Japanese Foreign Policy. That is why the Japanese Foreign Policy is fully cleared before the UNGA, as Japanese Government continues to say “it is proceeded in the United Nations”.
Our conclusions are as follows:
(1) Japan should be a “mediator” between Afro-Asian Group and West because she is located in Asia and also belongs to West economically.
(2) “Mediator” must have his fundamental Foreign Policy in long sight.
(3) “Mediator” must have his realistic Foreign Policy.
(4) Realistic Foreign Policy should be led from the study of the inside of all parties concerned.
(5) The study of the inside is usually come from the approach in the back-sence.