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Japan's foreign policy after the Cold War: coping with change

Gerald L. Curtis, editor ; Michael Blaker ... [et al.].
  • Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, 1993.
  • xxvi, 382 pages ; 23 cm.
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Contents
  • Introduction / Gerald L. Curtis
  • I. Japan's Diplomatic Style. 1. Evaluating Japan's Diplomatic Performance / Michael Blaker. 2. Japan and the United States: Games That Work / John Creighton Campbell. 3. Accessing the World: Palace and Foreign Policy in Post-Occupation Japan / David A. Titus. 4. Japanese Foreign Policy in the Nakasone Years / Nathaniel B. Thayer
  • II. The Thrust for Economic Success. 5. From Exporter to Investor: Japanese Foreign Economic Policy / T. J. Pempel. 6. Japan's Response to the Strong Yen: Party Leadership and the Market for Political Favors / Frances McCall Rosenbluth. 7. Internationalization, Innovation, and the Role of Japanese Multinational Corporations in U.S.Japan Relations / Timothy J. Curran. 8. Japan's Nuclear Energy Quest / Michael W. Donnelly
  • III. The Search for Security. 9. The Strategic Dimensions of Japanese Foreign Policy / Norman D. Levin. 10. Japan's Foreign Policy Options: Implications for the United States / Martin E. Weinstein.
  • 11. Japan's Defensive Foreign Policy and the Politics of Burden Sharing / Susan J. Pharr
  • IV. Japan and Its Neighbors. 12. Japanese Policy Toward Korea / Byung-joon Ahn. 13. Japan's "Northward" Foreign Policy / Motohide Saito. 14. Sino-Japanese Relations in a Changing East Asia / Se Hee Yoo
  • V. Japan And the New Multilateralism. 15. The Politicization of Japan's "Post-Cold War" Multilateral Diplomacy / Dennis T. Yasutomo. 16. Japan's UN Diplomacy: Sources of Passivism and Activism / Yasuhiro Ueki.
Other information
  • "An East gate book."
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN
  • 1563242168
  • 1563242176 (pbk.)
Identifying numbers
  • LCCN: 93009483
  • OCLC: 27428415