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Security politics in Japan: legislation for a new security environment

By: Hosoya, Yuichi.
Contributor(s): Cannon, Tara [Translator].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Japan library. Publisher: Tokyo Japan Publishing Industry Foundation for Culture (JPIC) 2019Description: 208 p.: ill. Includes reference.ISBN: 9784866580531.Subject(s): National security | Japan | Diplomatic relations | Politics and governmentDDC classification: 327.1 Summary: How can peace be realized in the modern world? And how can Japan ensure its own security? Despite the intense debates over Japan’s recent security-related legislation, such vital issues as these were never explored. To give proper consideration to these thorny questions, it is indispensable to have both a knowledge of history indicating the circumstances in which wars occur and a real recognition of the security environment of the twenty-first century. This work explores hotly debated security-related matters from a standard viewpoint on international politics and diplomatic history. It also advocates in a bold yet level-headed manner the form Japan’s security should take and the path Japan should follow to make that a reality. https://japanlibrary.jpic.or.jp/books/published/48a1b379eea7386af5180ddf9976c07592f7a931.html
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This book is a translation of Anpo ronso published in 2016

Table of Content

Introduction
Part I: Japan's new security legislation: Why Japan needed new security legislation
The history of postwar security politics in Japan.
Part II: Japan's new security environment: Historical lessons unlearned
Japan in a new security environment
Conclusion.

How can peace be realized in the modern world? And how can Japan ensure its own security? Despite the intense debates over Japan’s recent security-related legislation, such vital issues as these were never explored. To give proper consideration to these thorny questions, it is indispensable to have both a knowledge of history indicating the circumstances in which wars occur and a real recognition of the security environment of the twenty-first century. This work explores hotly debated security-related matters from a standard viewpoint on international politics and diplomatic history. It also advocates in a bold yet level-headed manner the form Japan’s security should take and the path Japan should follow to make that a reality.

https://japanlibrary.jpic.or.jp/books/published/48a1b379eea7386af5180ddf9976c07592f7a931.html

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