1st Edition

Japan's Foreign Policy After the Cold War Coping with Change

By G.L. Curtis Copyright 1993
    416 Pages
    by Routledge

    412 Pages
    by Routledge

    A documentation of the impact of recent changes in the international system of Japan's foreign policy. Chapters include: diplomatic style; the thrust for economic success; the search for security; and the impact of international relations with neighbouring countries.

    I: Japan's Diplomatic Style; 1: Evaluating Japanese Diplomatic Performance; 2: Japan and the United States: Games That Work; 3: Accessing the World: Palace and Foreign Policy in Post-Occupation Japan; 4: Japanese Foreign Policy in the Nakasone Years; II: The Thrust for Economic Success; 5: From Exporter to Investor: Japanese Foreign Economic Policy; 6: Japan's Response to the Strong Yen: Party Leadership and the Market for Political Favors; 7: Internationalization, Innovation, and the Role of Japanese Multinational Corporations in U.S.-Japan Relations; 8: Japan's Nuclear Energy Quest; III: The Search for Security; 9: The Strategic Dimensions of Japanese Foreign Policy; 10: Japan's Foreign Policy Options: Implications for the United States; 11: Japan's Defensive Foreign Policy and the Politics of Burden Sharing; IV: Japan and Its Neighbors; 12: Japanese Policy Toward Korea; 13: Japan's Northward Foreign Policy; 14: Sino-Japanese Relations in a Changing East Asia; V: Japan and the New Multilateralism; 15: The Politicization of Japan's Post—Cold War Multilateral Diplomacy; 16: Japan's UN Diplomacy: Sources of Passivism and Activism


    G.L. Curtis