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Kazuhiko Togo

japan s foreign policy 1945 2003 togo kazuhiko

Kazuhiko Togo, formerly Japan's ambassador to the Netherlands, will join the department of political science at the University of California, Santa Barbara, in January as the Public Policymaker-in-Residence for the current academic year. He will teach four courses during winter and spring quarters on topics including East Asian languages and culture, foreign policy of the Soviet Union, modern Japanese history, and current issues in Japanese foreign policy. He also has been a visiting professor or special lecturer at other universities in Europe and Japan, including the Moscow State University of International Relations, Tamkang University in Taiwan, Sophia University and Keio University in Tokyo, and Leiden University in the Netherlands. In 2004-06 he is engaged in research and teaching at Princeton University. Japanese-Thai Relations: On a Chessboard of Domestic and Regional Politics, Pavin Chachavalpongpun 21. The book is exceptionally clear, accessible and interesting for anyone interested in modern Japan.

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Download [PDF] The Foreign Policy Of Modern Japan Free Online

japan s foreign policy 1945 2003 togo kazuhiko

. Updated to cover the results of the 2009 victory of the Democratic Party of Japan, this book shows how its change of course fits into a long-term narrative. Written by a former diplomat who was deeply involved in major issues of postwar Japanese foreign policy, it provides fascinating insider views on policy making in Tokyo. All of this makes this book indispensable to those who wish to truly understand Japan in her own terms, and through her own eyes. The Evolution of Japan-Myanmar Relations Since 1988, Ryan Hartley 22.

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ICJS Event: Kazuhiko Togo

japan s foreign policy 1945 2003 togo kazuhiko

In contrast to more impersonal, often unsympathetic analysis of Western authors and the self-serving writing of many Japanese, Togo offers a guide to Japan's quest, not a defense of its choices. This is an invaluable element that brings the reader inside the policy-making rooms of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs itself. Isbn 9789004147966 Isbn Type pbk. He also has great knowledge of academic international relations theory and experience in teaching at the university level. Party Politics and International Cooperation. Here we not only learn what happened in postwar Japan's foreign policy, but what the thinking was behind these decisions.

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Japan's Foreign Policy, 1945

japan s foreign policy 1945 2003 togo kazuhiko

Rikki Kersten, Professor Modern Japan Studies Leiden University. Five years in the preparation, the book examines the three main pillars of Japanese foreign policy: national prosperity, national security and recognition of Japan as an international power. It bears witness to the intellectual and diplomatic challenge of finding answers to unresolved issues, including managing the U. Here we not only learn what happened in postwar Japan's foreign policy, but what the thinking was behind these decisions. Post-Cold War Sino-Japanese Relations and Japan's China Policy: The Rise of Strategic Realism, Giulio Pugliese 15. Japan's Post-Cold War Foreign Policy toward Indonesia, Jun Honna 20. This is an invaluable element that brings the reader inside the policy-making rooms of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs itself.

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Kazuhiko Togo

japan s foreign policy 1945 2003 togo kazuhiko

Written by a former diplomat who was deeply involved in major issues of postwar Japanese foreign policy, it provides fascinating insider views on policy making in Tokyo. Babb is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Geography, Politics and Sociology at Newcastle University. The book is exceptionally clear, accessible and interesting for anyone interested in modern Japan Extent xxi, 484 p. Abstract: This is a fascinating insider account of postwar Japanese foreign policy written by a former senior Japanese diplomat. The book explains how and why Japan is developing a more proactive foreign policy and highlights vital policy issues which it is facing at the turn of the century.

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Japan's Foreign Policy, 1945

japan s foreign policy 1945 2003 togo kazuhiko

You may purchase a dinner box bento at the convenience store next to the school building. Review Quotes ' …a product of the living memory of one of the reputable diplomatic families in Japan…this is one of the most comprehensive studies of Japan's foreign policy since 1945…Highly recommended. Japan's Foreign Relations in Asia Introduction, James Brown and Jeff Kingston Section I -Foundations 1. This book destroys stereotypes, and vastly improves the quality of our understanding of Japan as an international player. Japan-North Korea Relations, Aurelia George Mulgan 18. It is written with exceptional clarity and is accessible and friendly to any reader who is interested in modern Japan. Written by leading experts in accessible, jargon-free style, this new textbook will appeal to undergraduate and postgraduate students of Japanese politics, international relations and foreign policy and Asian affairs in general.

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Japan's foreign policy 1945

japan s foreign policy 1945 2003 togo kazuhiko

All of this makes this book indispensable to those who wish to truly understand Japan in her own terms, and through her own eyes. In contrast to more impersonal, often unsympathetic analysis of Western authors and the self-serving writing of many Japanese, Togo offers a guide to Japan s quest, not a defense of its choices. Rikki Kersten, Professor Modern Japan Studies Leiden University. It encourages the multidisciplinary study of Asia and initiates programmes that engage Asian and other international partners. The E-mail message field is required. Changes in the international order and the end of the Cold War.

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Download [PDF] The Foreign Policy Of Modern Japan Free Online

japan s foreign policy 1945 2003 togo kazuhiko

This volume is designed to serve as a major interdisciplinary reference work and a seminal text, both rigorous and accessible, to assist students and scholars in understanding one of the major nations of the world. In the process, Japan's world view and its own self-image are concurrently revealed, in fascinating and unexpected ways. It bears witness to the intellectual and diplomatic challenge of finding answers to unresolved issues, including managing the U. Had Japan been a self-sufficient power, like the United States, it is unlikely that external relations would have exercised such great control over the nation. From 2004 to 2006 he was a lecturer and research staff member in the Department of East Asian Studies at Princeton University and at the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies. This book destroys stereotypes, and vastly improves the quality of our understanding of Japan as an international player.

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Japan's Foreign Policy, 1945

japan s foreign policy 1945 2003 togo kazuhiko

In the years since, Japan has astonished the world with her comeback from the status of defeated nation to a major industrial nation. Japan's Aspirational Idea of Inherency, Alexis Dudden 8. The geopolitical dynamics and implications of these new developments are profound and underscore the need for a new textbook on this subject. The author's detailed knowledge of Japanese domestic politics provides the essential background for an understanding of the nation's pursuit of its foreign objectives. Isbn 9789004147966 Isbn Type pbk.

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