Japan's Asian Policy: Revival and Response


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Crafting policy toward Asia is a difficult balancing act for Japan. Saddled by ill will in Asia left over from its militarist legacy of the first half of the twentieth century on the one hand and restrained by a United States eager to maintain its own position of power in Asia on the other, Japan has had to pick a narrow path. Its strong economic links to Asia have necessitated continuous and cordial relations with its Asian neighbors, and, as the Asian financial crisis of the late 1990s revealed, those links keep Asia and ...

Japan's Asian Policy: Revival and Response 2002, Palgrave MacMillan, New York

ISBN-13: 9780312294809

2002 edition