7 edition of Japan"s foreign policy in an era of global change found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||DS889.5 .I559 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 210 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||93007278|
For at least two decades Japan's foreign policy has been chiefly directed towards the alleviation of overcrowding and unrest resulting from excess population. In the Tokugawa Shogun, Iyeyasu, closed Japan to foreign intercourse and began an era which was not to end until the "hermit nation's" doors were opened in Indonesia. Indonesia is a semi-annual journal devoted to the timely study of Indonesia’s culture, history, government, economy, and society. It features original scholarly articles, interviews, translations, and book .
Taken together, these papers highlight potential areas for enhanced cooperation between the United States and Japan at a time when the United States needs a confident and proactive Japan, and Japan needs sustained U.S. engagement and deterrence in a changing Asia-Pacific region. Working Papers Tomotaka Shoji “Japan’s Approach toward. In Japanese Foreign Policy at the Crossroads,Yutaka Kawashima clarifies some of the defining parameters of Japan's past foreign policy and examines the challenges it currently faces, including the quagmire on the Korean Peninsula, the future of the U.S.-Japan alliance, the management of Japan-China relations, and Japan's relation with Southeast.
The Meiji period that followed the Restoration was an era of major political, economic, and social change in Japan. The reforms enacted during the Meiji emperor’s rule brought about the modernization and Westernization of the country and paved the way for Japan to become a major international power. Japan has an advanced transportation system, outstanding outcomes in the field of technology research and a matured business development model. As the world’s third-largest economy, Japan has been expanding its foreign policies to aid developing countries and boosts the global economy.. From Japan’s international cooperation on Pandemic Influenza to NERICA (New Rice For Africa), Japan.
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The evolution of Japan's foreign policy at the time of great transformation-cum-transition after World War II is analysed and considered from two angles: a Japan adrift, with an opportunistic, short-term pragmatism, and a Japan determinedly and tenaciously steadfast to its national interests.
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Two historical appreciations. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Inoguchi, Takashi. Japan's foreign policy in an era of global change.
London: Pinter, © (OCoLC) japan's foreign policy in an era of global change Takashi Inoguchi London: Pinter,xii, 2iopp, £ JAPAN IN THE POSTHEGEMONIC WORLD Edited by Tsuneo Akaha and Frank Langdon Boulder co: Lynne Rienner, Takashi Inoguchi notes that American scholars of Japan have not done much work in recent years on that country's foreign relations.
Book Description. From a nuclear North Korea and territorial disputes in the East China Sea, to global climate change and Asia-Pacific free trade agreements, Japan is at the center of some of the most challenging issues that the world faces today.
Cultural Diplomacy and Soft Power in Japan's Foreign Policy, Nissim Kadosh Otmazgin. In Japanese Foreign Policy at the Crossroads, Yutaka Kawashima clarifies some of the defining parameters of Japan s past foreign policy and examines the challenges it. More than a year ago after a trip to Japan I wrote a piece about my observations on the direction of Japanese foreign policy.
In that piece I wrote “It is difficult to figure out if there is a direction toward a new and more autonomous Japanese foreign policy by talking with experts or reading analyses of the current state of Japanese foreign relations.
Widely considered Japan’s most powerful prime minister in decades, Shinzo Abe has responded to a changing security environment in the Asia-Pacific — including an increasingly powerful and assertive China and growing North Korean nuclear threat — by pursuing ambitious and controversial reforms.
These have been aimed at strengthening executive control over foreign policy decision. East Asia is an increasingly dangerous place, with tensions high on the Korean Peninsula, a more assertive China, territorial disputes, and questions about the future role of the United States.
These developments present critical challenges for Japanese foreign and security policymakers. Under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Japan has taken steps to reform its national security policy and.
This book evaluates the impact of the central government reforms on effective foreign policy making in Japan. It puts a special focus on the evolution of the domestic institutional factors and decision-making processes behind Japan’s foreign policy, while also analyzing the development of Japan’s external relations with various other countries, such as the US, China and North Korea.
Section 2. Objectives and Priorities of Japan's Foreign Policy. On NovemSokui Rei Seiden no Gi, or the Enthronement of His Majesty the Emperor, took place as the principal ceremony in the Sokuino Rei, or the Ceremonies of the Accession to the Throne.A total of representatives from countries, the EC and the United Nations, as well as the diplomatic corps in Tokyo.
This student-friendly text provides a detailed and up-to-date assessment of Japan's foreign policy sinceincluding policy options and choices that Japan faces in the twenty-first century. Using information based on interviews with policymakers in Japan, the author provides new insight into Japan's foreign policy options and analyzes the nation's evolving role in international affairs.3/5(1).
This book looks at Japan's foreign policy at the regional and global level from a power perspective. It argues that Japan is no longer an economic superpower.
The basic Japanese foreign policy objectives to be pursued can be summarized as follows: (1) First of all, for the peace and stability of Asia and the world, Japan must play an active diplomatic role and fulfill political responsibilities befitting its international position, thwarting the destabilizing elements and promoting the stabilizing ones.
Japan’s foreign policy in the twenty-first century has witnessed a clear departure from norms-based foreign policy to an interest-based foreign policy as exhibited by several events. September 11th is the defining moment in Japanese foreign policy, and it ushered in.
Japan's Foreign Relations and Role in the World Today: Until the Meiji period () Japan's relationship with the rest of the world was defined mostly in terms of an East Asian world order traditionally dominated by China. Japan was part of trade routes that included much of Southeast and East Asia, and this trade resulted in much.
Notwithstanding this political fluidity, Japanese foreign policy is likely to fall within the following parameters: (1) maintenance of the security relationship with the United States in some form; (2) promotion of multilateral security fora in the Asia-Pacific region as a complement to the U.S.-Japan security relationship; (3) increasing.
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The Japanese economic miracle is known as Japan's record period of economic growth between the post-World War II era to the end of the Cold the economic boom, Japan rapidly became the world's second largest economy (after the United States).By the s, Japan's demographics began stagnating and the workforce was no longer expanding as it did in the previous decades, despite per.
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