Japan's New World Role

1st Edition

Joshua D. Katz

Routledge
March 31, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 190 Pages
ISBN 9780367006075 - CAT# K403023

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Summary

Despite Japan's status as a global economic power and its position as the world's second-largest market economy, institutional, historical, and cultural factors have combined to limit Japan's political and military roles. In this volume, a reprint of a 1983 issue of the Journal of International Affairs (JIA), a group of prominent Japanese and American scholars address Japan's potential for an expanded world role and the responsibilities and policy choices entailed in becoming a truly global power. Some of the specific issues covered include East Asian regional security, international trade, and Japan's relations with the United States, China, and the European Community.

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