United States–Japan Advisory Commission
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The United States–Japan Advisory Commission, also known as the Wise Men's Group, was a group that worked on bilateral economic, security, and political issues between the United States and Japan.
- Richard B. Finn (1983). United States-Japan Relations: Toward a New Equilibrium – Annual Review 1982–83. Harvard University / Transaction Publishers. p. 14.
- "United States-Japan Advisory Commission (Wisemen's Group, 1983–1984)". Japan Center for International Exchange. Retrieved 20 June 2016.
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