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

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Psychology Press, 2001 - 532 páginas
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This comprehensive and user-friendly textbook provides a single volume resource for all those studying Japan's international relations. The book offers a clear and concise introduction to the most important aspects of Japan's role in the globalized economy of the twenty-first century.

Japan's International Relations:
* examines the historical context of Japan's emergence on to the world stage
* looks at Japan's international relations in terms of the core issues of politics, economics and security
* provides detailed accounts of Japan's key relationships with the US, East Asia, the EU and global institutions
* explores the effects of contemporary events such as the Asian financial crisis and the launch of the Euro
* is extensively illustrated throughout with statistics, maps, photographs, chapter summaries and suggestions for further reading

It is essential reading for those studying Japanese politics and the international relations of the Asia Pacific, as well as US and European foreign policy.
 

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Índice

JAPANS INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WHAT WHY AND HOW
1
The significance of Japans international relations
3
11 Debates on Japans international relations
4
11iii Metaphors of contradiction
7
economics politics and security
8
12ii Politics
10
12iii Security
12
12iv A tridimensional perspective
13
JapanEurope political relations
239
141 Overview
240
142i Fall of the Berlin Wall
241
143 Policymaking actors
242
143i Policymaking agents
243
143ii Political parties
244
143iv Nongovernmental organizations
245
144 Divide and rule? Japan and the European Union member states
246

13ii East Asia
14
13iii Europe
16
13iv Global institutions
17
13v Balancing regional and global perspectives
18
14ii Japans international relations as normal
20
15 Summary
21
Explaining Japans international relations
23
21 Methodology
24
from the Chinese world order to the postCold War world
25
22ii Imperial world order
27
22iii Cold War order
29
22iv PostCold War period
32
22v Dominant historical patterns of Japans international relations
36
structure agency and norms
37
23ii International structures
39
23iii Domestic agency
40
23iv Norms
65
24 Reactivity and proactivity
69
24ii Proactivity
70
24iii Normal reactivity and proactivity of the Japanese state
71
25ii Formal informal and proxy channels
72
25iii Sources of quiet diplomacy
74
25v Unilateral bilateral and multilateral levels
75
26i Primacy of economic power
76
27 Summary
78
JAPANUNITED STATES RELATIONS
79
Introduction
81
31 Changing places?
82
33 Historical overview
83
33ii Changing domestic order
84
33iii Changing domestic society
86
34 Summary
88
JapanUnited States political relations
89
41 Overview
90
42 Changes in the structure of the international system
91
42i Normalization of relations with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
92
42ii Japans response to the Vietnam War
93
42iii Normalization of relations with China
94
42iv Opportunities of multipolarity
95
42v Opportunities and constraints of renewed bipolarity
96
42vi Opportunities and constraints of the postCold War period
98
43 Domestic society
101
44 Summary
102
JapanUnited States economic relations
105
51 Overview
106
52i Trade conflicts
109
53 Investment relations
113
53i Manufacturing investment
114
53ii Finance
115
54 Japan the United States and regional projects
118
54ii Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation
119
55 Clash of developmental and liberal economic norms
120
56 Summary
122
JapanUnited States security relations
123
61 Overview
124
63 Cold War period
126
63ii Balancing internal and external pressures
127
64 PostCold War period
136
64ii Reaffirmation or redefinition of the security treaty?
139
64iii Revised Guidelines for United StatesJapan Defence Cooperation
140
64iv Situations in areas surrounding Japan
141
64v Theatre Missile Defence
142
64vi United States bases in mainland Japan
143
65 Summary
145
Conclusion
147
71 The changing nature of JapanUnited states relations
148
73 Salience of other norms
149
JAPANEAST ASIA RELATIONS
151
Introduction
153
Association of Southeast Asian Nations + 3
154
82 Approach
155
the origins of structural barriers to JapanEast Asia interaction
156
83ii National division
157
83iii Cold War bipolarity
158
83iv Fragmentation of the East Asian regional political economy
159
83v Japans isolation from East Asia
160
84 Summary
161
JapanEast Asia political relations
163
91 Overview
164
92ii SinoJapanese relations and normalization in the first Cold War period
165
92iii SinoJapanese relations in the 1980s
168
92iv Tiananmen Square incident
169
92v SinoJapanese political relations in the postCold War period
170
93 Japan and the Korean Peninsula
173
93ii JapanSouth Korea relations in the Cold War period
174
93iii JapanNorth Korea relations in the Cold War period
176
93iv JapanSouth Korea relations in the postCold War period
178
93v JapanNorth Korea relations in the postCold War period
180
94 Japan and Southeast Asia
183
94ii Japan and Southeast Asia in the Cold War period
184
94iii Japan and the Vietnam War
185
94iv Japan and the emergence of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations
186
94v JapanASEAN relations in the postCold War period
188
94vi East Asian Economic Caucus
190
95 Summary
191
JapanEast Asia economic relations
193
101 Overview
194
102ii Foreign direct investment
195
102iii Trade
196
103 Japan and the economic development of the East Asia region
198
103ii Propagation of developmental norms
200
103iii Criticisms of the developmental state model
201
104 Japan and the East Asian economic crisis
202
104ii Japans perceived responsibility for the crises
203
104iii Japans regional response and the Asian Monetary Fund
204
104iv New Miyazawa Initiative
205
105 Summary
206
JapanEast Asia security relations
207
111 Overview
208
112ii Japans alternative security agenda
209
113 Japan and East Asian security in the Cold War period
210
113ii Korean Peninsula
211
113iii China
212
113iv Japan and multilateral security in East Asia in the Cold War period
214
114 Japan and East Asian security in the postCold War period
215
114iii Japans bilateral security links with East Asia in the postCold War period
216
114iv Japan and multilateral security in East Asia in the postCold War period
217
114v United StatesJapan alliance and regional security in the postCold War period
219
114vi Japanese economic power and security policy in the postCold War period
223
115 Summary
224
Conclusion
225
121 Association of Southeast Asian Nations + 3 revisited
226
JAPANEUROPE RELATIONS
229
Introduction
231
131 Obuchi calls for a new currency era
232
132 From early encounters to defeat in World War II
233
133 Core states of Europe
235
134 Divided continent
236
136 Summary
237
144ii Japans promotion of multilevel engagements with the European Union
247
145 Japan and peripheral Europe
248
146 Expanding dialogue with Europe
249
147ii AsiaEurope Meeting
250
new trilateralism
252
148ii New trilateralism
253
149 Summary
254
JapanEurope economic relations
257
151 Overview
258
152ii Responding to structural changes
260
152iii Antidumping
261
152iv Screwdriver problems
262
154 Domestic actors
263
154ii Other policymaking actors
265
154iii Business interests
266
155 National differences of perception and reception
267
155ii Reception by host government
268
155iii Links with the European Union
270
156 Peripheral Europe
271
157 Institutions
273
158 Trilateralism
274
JapanEurope security relations
277
161 Overview
278
163 PostCold War changes
280
164i Shared security interests
281
164ii Peacekeeping operations
282
166 Peripheral Europe
283
167 Multilateral cooperation
284
167iii United Nations
285
167iv G78
286
167vi Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization
287
168 Domestic actors
288
168ii Nongovernmental organizations
289
169 Changing security norms
290
1610 Summary
291
Conclusion
293
171 Trilateral agenda
294
174 Triangular unity
295
175 Supplemental strategy
296
JAPANGLOBAL INSTITUTIONS
297
Introduction
299
181 Renewed internationalism
300
182 From Versailles to the San Francisco peace treaty
302
183 Postwar reintegration of Japan
304
184 Summary
307
JapanUnited Nations
309
191 Overview
310
192 United Nations reform
311
192ii Japanese initiatives
314
193 Representation
316
193ii United Nations University
318
194ii Development
321
194iii Environmental issues
322
195 Security
323
195ii Disarmament
327
196 Summary
328
Japaneconomic institutions
331
201 Overview
332
202 Historical context
333
203 Financial contributions
334
204 Japanese representation
335
204ii International Monetary Fund
336
204iii World Trade Organization
337
205 Japan as a norm entrepreneur
338
206 The East Asian Miracle report
339
207 Policymaking process
341
207ii Other actors
342
208 Trade conflict
343
209 Summary
346
JapanG78
347
211 Overview
348
212 Economic issues
349
212ii Debt relief
350
213 Expanding the G7
351
213i From G7 to G8
353
214 Japan East Asia and the G78
354
214ii East Asian participation
355
215 Promotion of security
356
215ii New security challenges
357
216 Policymaking process
358
216ii Ministry of International Trade and Industry and Bank of Japan
359
216v Domestic issues
360
217 Summary
361
Conclusion
363
221 Assuming global responsibilities
364
222 Internationalist future?
365
JAPANS INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WHAT NEXT?
367
Japan explained
369
no longer an enigma
370
232ii Why?
371
232iii How?
372
233ii Why?
373
234 JapanEurope relations
374
235 Japanglobal institutions
375
235iii How?
376
236i Crisis and longterm policymaking
377
236ii Formal informal and proxy channels
378
236iii Bilateral regional and multilateral levels
379
237 Summary
380
Japan the challenge of globalization
383
241 Overview
384
242ii Economic dimension
385
243 Globalizing agents
386
243iii Security dimension
387
244ii Economic dimension
388
246 Challenges for Japan
390
CHRONOLOGY OF JAPAN AND WORLD AFFAIRS 19332002
393
BIBLIOGRAPHY
423
TABLES
441
APPENDICES
461
Internet sources
462
Constitutional of Japan Preamble and Article 9
466
Postwar prime ministers of Japan
468
Security Treaty between the United States and Japan 1951
469
Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between the United States and Japan 1960
471
Constitution of Japan Article 65
474
Bilateral visits between Japan and the United States
475
JapanUS Joint Declaration on Security 1996
476
Joint Communique of the Government of Japan and the Government of the Peoples Republic of China 1972
481
Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Japan and the Peoples Republic of China 1978
484
JapanChina Joint Declaration on Building a Partnership of Friendship and Cooperation 1998
486
Treaty on Basic Relations between Japan and the Republic of Korea 1965
490
JapanRepublic of Korea Joint Declaration 1998
504
Joint Declaration Issued by Korean Workers Party LiberalDemocratic Party and Japan Socialist Party 1990
510
Defence exchanges with East Asia
512
Joint Declaration on Relations between the EC and Japan 1991
517
Meetings of heads of state and government of the G78
520
INDEX
521
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