Japan and Korea in the 1990's: From Antagonism to Adjustment
By: Brian Bridges (author)Hardback
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The complex inter-relationships between Japan and the two Koreas are assessed in this book which concentrates upon developments since the late 1980s and the prospects for the 1990s. "Japan and Korea in the 1990s" examines the historical legacies, the current preceptions and the policy making processes. It then details the recent trends in the economic, politica-strategic and cultural dimensions of the relationships. The involvement and influence of the other interested powers, China, the former Soviet Union and the United States, as well as the broader regional context, are considered. A separate chapter concentrates on the current Japan-North Korean negotiations, as the normalization of relations will mark a significant new stage in the triangular relationship. The involvement and influence of the other interested powers, China, the former Soviet Union and the United States, as well as the broader regional context, are considered. A separate chapter concentrates on the current Japan north Korea negotiations. Brian Bridges has written an enlightening study of this important area in international relations.
The legacies of history; perceptions and policy-making; the political and security triangle; the major powers and the Korean conundrum; economic interdependence; culture, Korean residents and reconciliation; normalizing Japan-North Korea relations.
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