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The Resource Japan as a 'normal country'? : a nation in search of its place in the world, edited by Yoshihide Soeya, Masayuki Tadokoro, and David A. Welch, (electronic resource)

Japan as a 'normal country'? : a nation in search of its place in the world, edited by Yoshihide Soeya, Masayuki Tadokoro, and David A. Welch, (electronic resource)

Label
Japan as a 'normal country'? : a nation in search of its place in the world
Title
Japan as a 'normal country'?
Title remainder
a nation in search of its place in the world
Statement of responsibility
edited by Yoshihide Soeya, Masayuki Tadokoro, and David A. Welch
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • "For decades, Japan's foreign policy has been seen by both internal and external observers as abnormal in relation to its size and level of sophistication. Japan as a 'Normal Country'? is a thematic and geographically comparative discussion of the unique limitations of Japanese foreign and defence policy. The contributors reappraise the definition of normality and ask whether Japan is indeed abnormal, what it would mean to become normal, and whether the country can - or should - become so
  • Identifying constraints such as an inflexible constitution, inherent antimilitarism, and its position as a U.S. security client, Japan as a 'Normal Country'? goes on to analyse factors that could make Japan a more effective regional and global player. These essays ultimately consider how Japan could leverage its considerable human, cultural, technological, and financial capital to benefit both its citizens and the world."--pub. desc
  • "For decades, Japan's foreign policy has been seen by both internal and external observers as abnormal in relation to its size and level of sophistication. Japan as a 'Normal Country'? is a thematic and geographically comparative discussion of the unique limitations of Japanese foreign and defence policy. The contributors reappraise the definition of normality and ask whether Japan is indeed abnormal, what it would mean to become normal, and whether the country can - or should - become so
  • Identifying constraints such as an inflexible constitution, inherent antimilitarism, and its position as a U.S. security client, Japan as a 'Normal Country'? goes on to analyse factors that could make Japan a more effective regional and global player. These essays ultimately consider how Japan could leverage its considerable human, cultural, technological, and financial capital to benefit both its citizens and the world."--pub. desc
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Cataloging source
NLC
Dewey number
327.5209/045
LC call number
JZ1745
LC item number
.J364 2011
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  • 1955-
  • 1956-
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  • Soeya, Yoshihide
  • Tadokoro, Masayuki
  • Welch, David A
Series statement
Japan and global society
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  • Japan
  • Japan
  • Japan
Label
Japan as a 'normal country'? : a nation in search of its place in the world, edited by Yoshihide Soeya, Masayuki Tadokoro, and David A. Welch, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Introducton : What is a 'normal country'? / Yoshihide Soeya, Masayuki Tadokoro, and David A. Welch -- Embracing normalcy : toward a Japanese 'national strategy' / David A. Welch -- Change and continuity in Japan's 'abnormalcy' : an emerging external attitude of the Japanese public / Masayuki Tadokoro -- A 'normal' middle power : interpreting changes in Japanese security policy in the 1990s and after / Yoshihide Soeya -- Conservative conceptions of Japan as a 'normal country' : comparing Ozawa, Nakasone, and Ishihara / Cheol Hee Park -- Chinese discourse on Japan as a 'normal country' / Jianwei Wang -- The limits to 'normalcy' : Japanese-Korean post-Cold War interactions / John Swenson-Wright -- Japan's relations with Southeast Asia in the post-Cold War era : 'abnormal' no more? / Peng Er Lam
  • Introduction : What is a 'normal country'? / Yoshihide Soeya, Masayuki Tadokoro, and David A. Welch -- Embracing normalcy : toward a Japanese 'national strategy' / David A. Welch -- Change and continuity in Japan's 'abnormalcy' : an emerging external attitude of the Japanese public / Masayuki Tadokoro -- A 'normal' middle power : interpreting changes in Japanese security policy in the 1990s and after / Yoshihide Soeya -- Conservative conceptions of Japan as a 'normal country' : comparing Ozawa, Nakasone, and Ishihara / Cheol Hee Park -- Chinese discourse on Japan as a 'normal country' / Jianwei Wang -- The limits to 'normalcy' : Japanese-Korean post-Cold War interactions / John Swenson-Wright -- Japan's relations with Southeast Asia in the post-Cold War era : 'abnormal' no more? / Peng Er Lam
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000646388
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
viii, 211 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781442611405
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2011380409
Other physical details
ill., charts
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000646388
Label
Japan as a 'normal country'? : a nation in search of its place in the world, edited by Yoshihide Soeya, Masayuki Tadokoro, and David A. Welch, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Introducton : What is a 'normal country'? / Yoshihide Soeya, Masayuki Tadokoro, and David A. Welch -- Embracing normalcy : toward a Japanese 'national strategy' / David A. Welch -- Change and continuity in Japan's 'abnormalcy' : an emerging external attitude of the Japanese public / Masayuki Tadokoro -- A 'normal' middle power : interpreting changes in Japanese security policy in the 1990s and after / Yoshihide Soeya -- Conservative conceptions of Japan as a 'normal country' : comparing Ozawa, Nakasone, and Ishihara / Cheol Hee Park -- Chinese discourse on Japan as a 'normal country' / Jianwei Wang -- The limits to 'normalcy' : Japanese-Korean post-Cold War interactions / John Swenson-Wright -- Japan's relations with Southeast Asia in the post-Cold War era : 'abnormal' no more? / Peng Er Lam
  • Introduction : What is a 'normal country'? / Yoshihide Soeya, Masayuki Tadokoro, and David A. Welch -- Embracing normalcy : toward a Japanese 'national strategy' / David A. Welch -- Change and continuity in Japan's 'abnormalcy' : an emerging external attitude of the Japanese public / Masayuki Tadokoro -- A 'normal' middle power : interpreting changes in Japanese security policy in the 1990s and after / Yoshihide Soeya -- Conservative conceptions of Japan as a 'normal country' : comparing Ozawa, Nakasone, and Ishihara / Cheol Hee Park -- Chinese discourse on Japan as a 'normal country' / Jianwei Wang -- The limits to 'normalcy' : Japanese-Korean post-Cold War interactions / John Swenson-Wright -- Japan's relations with Southeast Asia in the post-Cold War era : 'abnormal' no more? / Peng Er Lam
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000646388
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
viii, 211 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781442611405
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2011380409
Other physical details
ill., charts
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000646388

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