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Japan's Foreign and Security Policy Under the 'Abe Doctrine'

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Christopher W. Hughes



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Japan is shifting onto a new trajectory for a more muscular national security policy, US-Japan alliance ties functioning for regional and global security, and the encirclement of China's influence in East Asia. The author explores how PM Abe Shinzo's doctrine may prove contradictory and counter-productive to Japanese national interests.



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Japan is shifting onto a new trajectory for a more muscular national security policy, US-Japan alliance ties functioning for regional and global security, and the encirclement of China's influence in East Asia. The author explores how PM Abe Shinzo's doctrine may prove contradictory and counter-productive to Japanese national interests.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

1. Introduction: From 'Yoshida Doctrine' To 'Abe Doctrine'? 2. The Origins And Ideological Drivers Of The 'Abe Doctrine' Ending The 'Post-War Regime', Restoring Great Power Status Constitutional Revision Historical Revisionism, Challenging The Kono Statement, Patriotic Education Yasukuni Shrine And Challenging The Tokyo Tribunals 3. Japan's National Security Under Abe National Security Strategy, National Defence Programme Guidelines, State Secrecy Law Breaching The Arms Export Ban, Militarisation Of ODA Collective Self-Defence Made Reality Radical New Security Precedents 4. The 'Abe Doctrine' And US-Japan Relations Revising The US-Japan Defence Guidelines, Futenma Relocation, TPP Negotiations Fears Of Abandonment, Resistance In Okinawa, Trade Blockages Distrust Over Revisionism And Yasukuni Who Is Entrapping Whom? 5. Japan's Relations Under Abe With China, The Korean Peninsula, And ASEAN Encircling China More Progress With North Korea Than South Korea? Abe Isolates Japan, China Encircles Japan? Sino-Japanese Stalemate? 6. Conclusion: 'Abe Doctrine' As Revolution Or Contradictory Failure? Three Great Contradictions Resentful Realism Redux



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Christopher W. Hughes



Klappentext

Japan is shifting onto a new trajectory for a more muscular national security policy, US-Japan alliance ties functioning for regional and global security, and the encirclement of China's influence in East Asia. The author explores how PM Abe Shinzo's doctrine may prove contradictory and counter-productive to Japanese national interests.



Inhalt

1. Introduction: From 'Yoshida Doctrine' To 'Abe Doctrine'? 2. The Origins And Ideological Drivers Of The 'Abe Doctrine' Ending The 'Post-War Regime', Restoring Great Power Status Constitutional Revision Historical Revisionism, Challenging The Kono Statement, Patriotic Education Yasukuni Shrine And Challenging The Tokyo Tribunals 3. Japan's National Security Under Abe National Security Strategy, National Defence Programme Guidelines, State Secrecy Law Breaching The Arms Export Ban, Militarisation Of ODA Collective Self-Defence Made Reality Radical New Security Precedents 4. The 'Abe Doctrine' And US-Japan Relations Revising The US-Japan Defence Guidelines, Futenma Relocation, TPP Negotiations Fears Of Abandonment, Resistance In Okinawa, Trade Blockages Distrust Over Revisionism And Yasukuni Who Is Entrapping Whom? 5. Japan's Relations Under Abe With China, The Korean Peninsula, And ASEAN Encircling China More Progress With North Korea Than South Korea? Abe Isolates Japan, China Encircles Japan? Sino-Japanese Stalemate? 6. Conclusion: 'Abe Doctrine' As Revolution Or Contradictory Failure? Three Great Contradictions Resentful Realism Redux

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Titel: Japan's Foreign and Security Policy Under the 'Abe Doctrine'
Untertitel: New Dynamism or New Dead End?
Autor:
EAN: 9781137514240
ISBN: 978-1-137-51424-0
Format: Fester Einband
Genre: Medien & Kommunikation
Anzahl Seiten: 114
Gewicht: 312g
Größe: H14mm x B218mm x T149mm
Jahr: 2015
Auflage: 2015
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