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By W. G. Aston

This can be the earliest special survey of the voluminous jap literature released in English, starting from the Archaic interval (before A.D.700) throughout the 19th century romanic fictions, to the socalled Tokyo interval finishing in 1898.

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The nineteenth-century liberal urge to protect and better has been supplemented by a contemporary developmental need to secure unfamiliar and incomplete life. The politico-cultural categories of liberalism provide a means of striating, classifying and managing the circulatory world of peoples. The reversal of international flows marks a shift in racial discourse from a colonial preoccupation with ‘biological-types in location’ to the contemporary concern with ‘cultural-types in circulation’. The immigrant – the embodiment of cultural difference in motion – became the new racism’s first iconic figure.

As part of his inaugural address in January 1949, for example, President Truman is credited with making one of the first calls for an inter-state development regime tailored to the new post-war world. Besides drawing attention to a situation in which ‘half the people of the world are living in conditions approaching misery’, he pointed out that their poverty ‘is a handicap and a threat to both them and to more prosperous areas’ (Escobar, 1995, p. 3). Since this enunciation of the development-security nexus, however, the regularly promised annulment of global poverty has proven elusive.

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