Japan's Security Relations with China Since 1989: From Balancing to Bandwagoning? (Nissan Institute/Routledge Japanese Studies)
By: Reinhard Drifte (author)Hardback
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Japan's Security Relations with China since 1989 raises the crucial question of whether Japan's political leadership which is still preoccupied with finding a new political constellation and with overcoming a deep economic crisis is able to handle such a complex policy in the face of an increasingly assertive China and a US alliance partner with strong swings between engaging and containing China's power. This study of the highly topical bilateral relationship will be of great interest to students and researchers in Japanese and Chinese Studies, Politics, International Relations and Security Studies.
Introduction 1. Japanese-Chinese Relations under Cold War Conditions 2. The Rise of Traditional and Non-Traditional Security Concerns Part 1: The Background of China's Security Policies Part 2: Japan's Emerging Traditional Security Concerns about China Part 3: Non-Traditional Security Concerns Part 4: International and Domestic Changes and Japan's China Debate 3. Between Power Balancing and Enmeshment Policies Part 1: Military and Political Power Balancing Part 2: Political and Economic Enmeshment A. Bilateral and Multilateral Security Dialogues B. Economic Enmeshment 4. The Dynamics of Engagement Conclusions
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