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Japan, Internationalism and the UN

By R. P. Dore

Routledge – 2004 – 232 pages

Series: Nissan Institute/Routledge Japanese Studies

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    October 1st 1997
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Description

Japan has enormous economic power and yet is a minor player in international politics. In part this has been due to the partnership with US, but now with the end of cold war there is a fierce debate going on in Japan regarding the international political role for the nation. This book is a response to the issues raised and was originally published in Japanese for a Japanese audience. Ronald Dore provides a full analysis of Japan's post war international position and in particular its role within the UN, the use of armed force and constitution. Japan, Internationalism and the UN provides a unique insight into Japan's foreign policy and its related domestic politics. It is the product of nearly half a century of study and discussion with the Japanese themselves about their place in the world.

Name: Japan, Internationalism and the UN (Paperback)Routledge 
Description: By R. P. Dore. Japan has enormous economic power and yet is a minor player in international politics. In part this has been due to the partnership with US, but now with the end of cold war there is a fierce debate going on in Japan regarding the international political...
Categories: Asian Politics, International Relations