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作者 Sato, Yoichiro
書名 Japan in a Dynamic Asia : Coping with the New Security Challenges
出版項 Lanham, MD : Lexington Books, 2006
©2006
國際標準書號 9780739156698 (electronic bk.)
9780739110201
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說明 1 online resource (263 pages)
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系列 Studies of Modern Japan
Studies of Modern Japan
附註 Intro -- Studies of Modern Japan - Series Editor: Edward R. Beauchamp, University of Hawaii -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Abbreviations -- Acknowledgments -- 1 - Transitions in Japan's Strategic Landscape -- Meaning of the Cold War in the Asia-Pacific -- Post-Cold War Transitions -- External Strategic Environment -- Japan's Options -- Questions -- Notes -- 2 - The Outlier: Japan between Asia and the West -- The Premodern Setting -- Joining the West -- Quitting Asia -- Japan's New Order: "Returning to Asia" -- The Failed Crusade -- Cold War Japan -- Post-Cold War Trends -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 3 - Japan and the Emerging Free Trade Agreements in the Asia-Pacific: An Active Leadership? -- Global Free Trade and Trade Blocs -- APEC and Global Free Trade -- Subregional Free-Trade Prospects of the Asia-Pacific -- Japan's Trade Strategies -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 4 - Stirring Samurai, Disapproving Dragon: Japan's Growing Security Activity and Sino-japan Relations -- New Assertiveness in Japan's Foreign and Defense Policies -- Japan's Security Fears -- China's Strategic Concerns -- The Japan-China Economic Relationship -- The History Issue Festers -- Complicating Factors: the United States and Taiwan -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 5 - New Breakthroughs and Enduring Limitations in Japan's Special Relationship with Taiwan -- A More Positive Approach toward Taiwan -- Overlapping-But By No Means Identical-Concerns -- Influence Buying -- Historical and Cultural Ties -- Democratization of Taiwan -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 6 - Japan-South Korea Relations: Slowly Lifting the Burden of History? -- New Partnership in the Twenty-first Century? -- History Still Hurts -- North Korea's Nuclear Threat: A Common Enemy? -- Free Trade Agreement: More Business = Good Neighbors? -- U.S. Force Restructuring and Japan-Korea Military Cooperation
Conclusion -- Notes -- 7 - Japan's Post-Cold War North Korea Policy: Hedging toward Autonomy? -- Cold War Era: Japan Pursues Limited Engagement with the DPRK -- End of the Cold War Opens Path for Japan-DPRK Normalization -- Japan-DPRK Normalization Negotiations: The Early Rounds, 1991-1992 -- The 1994 Nuclear Crisis: Japan Unprepared -- Mending Fences: Rebuilding the Alliance -- Striving to Keep the Diplomatic Pace -- The Taepodong Launch and Japanese Hedging -- Japan-DPRK Normalization Talks Resume -- The September 2002 Japan-DPRK Summit -- 2003 Nuclear Crisis and Beyond -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 8 - Japan's Relations with Russia: The Painful Search of a New Paradigm -- Territorial Diplomacy -- Economic Linkage Tactics -- Energy Cooperation -- Geostrategic Compulsions -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 9 - Japan's Relations with Southeast Asia: The Strong Silent Type -- The War Past -- Cold War Concerns -- Tokyo's Interests in Southeast Asia -- Post-Cold War World Issues of Regional Stability -- Human Rights as Stability -- Giving Aid -- Joining the Regional Architecture -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 10 - Japan-Australia Relations: Friends in Search of Binding Bonds -- Economic Ties -- Security Ties -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 11 - Japan and India after the Cold War -- Japan-India Nuclear Relations: Minimum Requests, Maximum Offers, and the Search for Common Ground -- Japan-India Security Dialogue and Defense Cooperation -- Japan-India Economic Relations -- India-Pakistan Relations and Japan-India Relations -- The United States in Japan-India Relations -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 12 - Japan and Asia: A Constrained Regionalist Meets Realist Neighbors -- Notes -- Index -- About the Contributors
This collection takes a unique country-by-country approach to examine Japan's relations with individual Asian countries and sub-regions. As Japan's activism increases under the Koizumi administration, Japan in a Dynamic Asia provides a timely, updated understanding of Japan's rapidly changing foreign policies in the contexts of the new regional power balance and security concerns
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鏈接 Print version: Sato, Yoichiro Japan in a Dynamic Asia : Coping with the New Security Challenges Lanham, MD : Lexington Books,c2006 9780739110201
主題 Pacific Area - Foreign relations - Japan
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Alt Author Limaye, Satu
Azizian, Rouben
Fouse, David
Miller, John
Noble, Gregory W
Roy, Denny
Sheen, Seongho
Smith, Anthony L
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