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Japan's International Relations: Politics, Economics, and Security

Glenn D. Hook ... [et al.]
Format
Book
Published
London ; New York : Routledge, c2001.
Language
English
ISBN
0415240972 (hbk), 0415240980 (pbk.)
Contents
  • Map 1 Japan's administrative districts, US bases in Japan and basic statistics on Japan xxxvii
  • Map 2 Japan and East Asia xxxviii
  • Part I Japan's International Relations: What, Why and How 1
  • 1 Significance of Japan's international relations 3
  • 1.1 Debates on Japan's international relations 4
  • 1.2 Why Japan matters: economics, politics and security 8
  • 1.3 Why Japan matters: regional and global perspectives 13
  • 1.4 Paradigmatic paradoxes? 18
  • 2 Explaining Japan's international relations 23
  • 2.2 Historical overview: from the Chinese world order to the post-Cold War period 25
  • 2.3 Determinants of Japan's international relations: structure, agency and norms 37
  • 2.4 Reactivity and proactivity 69
  • 2.5 Normal modes of instrumentalization 71
  • 2.6 Instrumentalizing policy 75
  • Part II Japan-United States Relations 79
  • 3.1 Changing places? 82
  • 3.2 Approach 82
  • 3.3 Historical overview 83
  • 4 Japan-United States political relations 89
  • 4.2 Changes in the structure of the international system 91
  • 4.3 Domestic society 101
  • 5 Japan-United States economic relations 105
  • 5.2 Trade relations 106
  • 5.3 Investment relations 113
  • 5.4 Japan, the United States and regional projects 118
  • 5.5 Clash of developmental and liberal economic norms 120
  • 6 Japan-United States security relations 123
  • 6.2 Interpreting the security treaty 124
  • 6.3 Cold War period 126
  • 6.4 Post-Cold War period 136
  • 7.1 Changing nature of Japan-United States relations 148
  • 7.2 Continuing strength of bilateralism 148
  • 7.3 Salience of other norms 149
  • 7.4 Dominant pattern of Japan-United States relations 149
  • Part III Japan-East Asia Relations 151
  • 8.1 Japan and the rejoining and remaking of East Asia: Association of Southeast Asian Nations + 3 154
  • 8.3 Historical overview 1945-56: the origins of structural barriers to Japan-East Asia interaction 156
  • 9 Japan-East Asia political relations 163
  • 9.2 Japan and China 164
  • 9.3 Japan and the Korean Peninsula 173
  • 9.4 Japan and Southeast Asia 183
  • 10 Japan-East Asia economic relations 193
  • 10.2 Japan's economic re-entry and presence in East Asia 194
  • 10.3 Japan and the economic development of the East Asia region 198
  • 10.4 Japan and the East Asian economic crisis 202
  • 11 Japan-East Asia security relations 207
  • 11.2 Pattern of Japan's security policy in East Asia 208
  • 11.3 Japan and East Asian security in the Cold War period 210
  • 11.4 Japan and East Asian security in the post-Cold War period 215
  • 12.1 Association of Southeast Asian Nations + 3 revisited 226
  • 12.2 Japan's reconstruction of an East Asia region 226
  • Part IV Japan-Europe Relations 229
  • 13.1 Obuchi calls for a new currency era 232
  • 13.2 From early encounters to defeat in World War II 233
  • 13.3 Core states of Europe 235
  • 13.4 Divided continent 236
  • 13.5 European Economic Community 236
  • 14 Japan-Europe political relations 239
  • 14.2 Japan and the community of Europe 240
  • 14.3 Policy-making actors 242
  • 14.4 Divide and rule? Japan and the European Union member states 246
  • 14.5 Japan and peripheral Europe 248
  • 14.6 Expanding dialogue with Europe 249
  • 14.7 Cooperating in regional fora 249
  • 14.8 Emerging norms: new trilateralism 252
  • 15 Japan-Europe economic relations 257
  • 15.2 Economic relations with the European Union 258
  • 15.3 Post-Cold War economic relations 262
  • 15.4 Domestic actors 263
  • 15.5 National differences of perception and reception 267
  • 15.6 Peripheral Europe 271
  • 15.7 Institutions 273
  • 15.8 Trilateralism 274
  • 16 Japan-Europe security relations 277
  • 16.2 Cold War structures 278
  • 16.3 Post-Cold War changes 280
  • 16.4 Facing a converging European security agenda 280
  • 16.5 Bilateral security dialogue 282
  • 16.6 Peripheral Europe 283
  • 16.7 Multilateral cooperation 284
  • 16.8 Domestic actors 288
  • 16.9 Changing security norms 290
  • 17.1 Trilateral agenda 294
  • 17.2 Balancing relations 294
  • 17.3 Tripolar competition 294
  • 17.4 Triangular unity 295
  • 17.5 Supplemental strategy 296
  • Part V Japan-Global Institutions 297
  • 18.1 Renewed internationalism 300
  • 18.2 From Versailles to the San Francisco peace treaty 302
  • 18.3 Post-war reintegration of Japan 304
  • 19 Japan-United Nations 309
  • 19.2 United Nations reform 311
  • 19.3 Representation 316
  • 19.4 Economics 318
  • 19.5 Security 323
  • 20 Japan-economic institutions 331
  • 20.2 Historical context 333
  • 20.3 Financial contributions 334
  • 20.4 Japanese representation 335
  • 20.5 Japan as a norm entrepreneur 338
  • 20.6 East Asian Miracle report 339
  • 20.7 Policy-making process 341
  • 20.8 Trade conflict 343
  • 21 Japan-G7/8 347
  • 21.2 Economic issues 349
  • 21.3 Expanding the G7 351
  • 21.4 Japan, East Asia and the G7/8 354
  • 21.5 Promotion of security 356
  • 21.6 Policy-making process 358
  • 22.1 Assuming global responsibilities 364
  • 22.2 Internationalist future? 365
  • Part VI Japan's International Relations: What Next? 367
  • 23 Japan explained 369
  • 23.1 Japan: no longer an enigma 370
  • 23.2 Japan-United States relations 370
  • 23.3 Japan-East Asia relations 372
  • 23.4 Japan-Europe relations 374
  • 23.5 Japan-global institutions 375
  • 23.6 Japan: the aikido state 376
  • 24 Japan: the challenge of globalization 383
  • 24.2 Globalization and the tri-dimensional approach 384
  • 24.3 Globalizing agents 386
  • 24.4 Globalizing norms 387
  • 24.5 Globalization and quiet diplomacy 388
  • 24.6 Challenges for Japan 390
  • 1.1 Constitution of Japan--Preamble and Article 9 466
  • 1.2 Post-war prime ministers of Japan 468
  • 1.3 Security Treaty between the United States and Japan 1951 469
  • 1.4 Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between the United States and Japan 1960 471
  • 2.1 Constitution of Japan--Article 66 474
  • 4.1 Bilateral visits between Japan and the United States 475
  • 6.1 Japan--US Joint Declaration on Security 1996 476
  • 9.1 Joint Communique of the Government of Japan and the Government of the People's Republic of China 1972 481
  • 9.2 Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and the People's Republic of China 1978 484
  • 9.3 Japan--China Joint Declaration on Building a Partnership of Friendship and Cooperation 1998 486
  • 9.4 Treaty on Basic Relations between Japan and the Republic of Korea 1965 490
  • 9.5 Japan--Republic of Korea Joint Declaration 1998 504
  • 9.6 Joint Declaration Issued by Korean Workers' Party, Liberal-Democratic Party and Japan Socialist Party 1990 510
  • 11.1 Defence exchanges with East Asia 512
  • 14.1 Joint Declaration on Relations between the EC and Japan 1991 517
  • 21.1 Meetings of heads of state and government of the G7/8 520.
Description
xxvi, 532 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
Notes
  • "Simultaneouly published in the USA and Canada"--T.p. verso.
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
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