Perspectives on Sino-Japanese diplomatic relations

By: Yomiuri Shinbun Political News Department
Contributor(s): Rossman, John [Translator]
Material type: TextTextSeries: Japan libraryPublisher: Tokyo Japan Publishing Industry Foundation for Culture (JPIC) 2017Description: 272 p.: illISBN: 9784916055873Subject(s): Japan - China | Foreign relations | Diplomatic relationsDDC classification: 327.52051 Summary: In East Asia, the growth center of the post-Cold War world, two regional powerhouses survey one another from opposite sides of the Japan Sea. China, a rising power with tremendous economic clout and an increasingly assertive foreign and military policy, and Japan, a respected leader in the region and a mature nation enjoying its greatest political stability in many years, must coexist for the peace and prosperity of East Asia and the Asia-Pacific. But just how well can these neighbors—and oftentimes rivals—get along? What stands in the way? And who else is caught up in their volatile relationship? https://japanlibrary.jpic.or.jp/books/published/politicalscience/001821.html
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This book is a compilation of sections of three Japanese publications.
Chapter 1-4: Sections 1, 2, 4 and 5 of Nitchukan gaiko sensor in 2014
Chapter 5 & 6: Sections 2 & 3 of Abe kantei vs. Shu Kinpei in 2015
Chapter 7: Section 4 of Ryodo soshitsu no akumu in 2014

Table of Contents

Cold war between Japan and China
Senkaku turbulence
Japan-U.S. alliance and Okinawa
Hidden war
Cooperation by Japan, the U.S., Australia, and ASEAN encircling China
The ruthless economic battle between Japan and America's TPP and China's AIIB
China needs to learn from Showa history
Chronology of key events

In East Asia, the growth center of the post-Cold War world, two regional powerhouses survey one another from opposite sides of the Japan Sea. China, a rising power with tremendous economic clout and an increasingly assertive foreign and military policy, and Japan, a respected leader in the region and a mature nation enjoying its greatest political stability in many years, must coexist for the peace and prosperity of East Asia and the Asia-Pacific. But just how well can these neighbors—and oftentimes rivals—get along? What stands in the way? And who else is caught up in their volatile relationship?

https://japanlibrary.jpic.or.jp/books/published/politicalscience/001821.html

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