Japan's Role In The Post-cold War World

Hardcover | October 1, 1995

byRichard D. Leitch, Martin E. Weinstein

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American and Japanese experts provide a concise and clearly written survey of Japan's relationships around the world and the foreign policy perspectives in Tokyo today based on lively interviews with key policymakers and new research there. The study offers a short background history of Japanese perceptions of the international system from the mid-19th century to the end of the Cold War and considers Japan's role in the post-Cold War world. This brief analysis concludes with views about the future possible relationships with Asian neighbors, Europe, the Russian Republic, and the United States. This study defines the bilateral and global dimensions of Japanese foreign policy. Recommended for general readers and as a text for undergraduate and graduate students in courses in comparative politics, U.S. foreign policy, and world history.

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American and Japanese experts provide a concise and clearly written survey of Japan's relationships around the world and the foreign policy perspectives in Tokyo today based on lively interviews with key policymakers and new research there. The study offers a short background history of Japanese perceptions of the international system ...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:240 pages, 8.58 × 5.84 × 0.88 inPublished:October 1, 1995Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313297312

ISBN - 13:9780313297311

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?Leitch, Kato, and Weinstein discuss "East and weats in Japanese Forigen policy,"examine Japan's difficuties in setting its post-Cold War coure, and provide separate chapters on Japan's relation with Aasis, Europe, Russia, and the United States.?-The Journal of Asian Studies