Japan and Britain in the Contemporary World: Responses to Common Issues

1st Edition

Hugo Dobson, Glenn D. Hook

Routledge
Published March 13, 2003
Reference - 256 Pages
ISBN 9780415304146 - CAT# RU25813
Series: The University of Sheffield/Routledge Japanese Studies Series

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Summary

Britian and Japan in the Contemporary World provides up-to-date analyses of these two countries in terms of economics, politics, security and identity on the global, regional, subnational and civic levels.
The book moves beyond an analysis of state-to-state relations between Britain and Japan by examining the role of civil society in the relationship and analyzing the way the two countries deal with common issues, such as the 'special relationship' both maintain with the US; the relationship with the continents that both of these island nations border; the question of the degree of decentralization to allow within their contested borders. Both countries also face the pressures of globalization, as seen by the responses of the global cities of London and Tokyo.
The editors have brought a selection of top scholars in a collection of chapters aimed at examining the similarities and differences in the way Britian and Japan respond to issues of common concern on these different levels.

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