|Title||Coping With the Miracle: Japan's Unions Explore New International Relations|
|Year of Publication||1994|
|Keywords||human rights, Japan, Japanese Trade Union Confederation, unionism, workers’ rights|
Assesses the Japanese Trade Union Confederation's actions since its 1991 commitment to promote human and trade union rights in Asia. Williamson argues that Japan's unions should and can do more to develop international solidarity and to support independent unionism, in Asia in particular.