1989年以降の日中安保<br>Japan's Security Relations with China since 1989 : From balancing to bandwagoning? (Nissan Institute/routledge Japanese Studies)

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1989年以降の日中安保
Japan's Security Relations with China since 1989 : From balancing to bandwagoning? (Nissan Institute/routledge Japanese Studies)

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基本説明

Raises the crucial question of whether Japan's political leadership is able to handle such a complex policy in the face of an increasingly assertive China and a US alliance partner with strong swings between engaging and containing China's power.

Full Description

Japan's Security Relations with China since 1989 raises the crucial question of whether Japan's political leadership which is still preoccupied with finding a new political constellation and with overcoming a deep economic crisis is able to handle such a complex policy in the face of an increasingly assertive China and a US alliance partner with strong swings between engaging and containing China's power. This study of the highly topical bilateral relationship will be of great interest to students and researchers in Japanese and Chinese Studies, Politics, International Relations and Security Studies.

Table of Contents

        List of tables                             xii
Preface xiii
List of abbreviations xiv
Introduction 1 (1)
Security in the post-Cold War era 1 (1)
Methodology and questions to be addressed 2 (3)
The complex nature of engagement policy 5 (1)
Restraint and deference 6 (1)
The dynamics of engagement 7 (3)
Summary of chapters 10 (2)
Japanese---Chinese relations under Cold War 12 (21)
conditions
Introduction 12 (1)
An overview of Japanese---Chinese history 12 (2)
The role of the past 14 (4)
Deference to China 18 (1)
The impact of the alliance with the US 19 (2)
Normalization of relations, 1972 21 (2)
The anti-hegemony phase of the 1970s 23 (3)
The resurgence of Chinese security 26 (2)
concerns
Japan as a civilian power engaging China 28 (1)
Tiananmen 1989 as a test of engagement 29 (3)
Conclusions 32 (1)
The rise of traditional and non-traditional 33 (51)
security concerns
Introduction 33 (1)
The Background to China'S Security 33 (1)
Policies
China and the post-Cold War environment 33 (3)
Japan's place in China's `multipolar 36 (4)
world'
China's military modernization 40 (3)
Japan'S Emerging Traditional Security 43 (1)
Concerns About China
China's military modernization 43 (1)
China's nuclear deterrent and testing 44 (4)
Territorial disputes 48 (16)
The 1995--6 crisis in the Taiwan Strait 64 (6)
Non-Traditional Security Concerns 70 (1)
Introduction 70 (1)
Competition for access to natural 71 (1)
resources
The environmental impact of China's 72 (1)
economic growth
Crime and refugees 72 (2)
Challenging Japan's identity as an 74 (2)
economic power?
International and Domestic Changes and 76 (1)
Japan'S China Debate
International and domestic changes 76 (4)
The debate about the `China threat' theory 80 (3)
Conclusions 83 (1)
Between power balancing and enmeshment 84 (56)
policies
Introduction 84 (1)
Military and Political Power Balancing 85 (1)
Japan's military force structure and China 85 (3)
The National Defence Programme Outline of 88 (1)
1995
The Nye Initiative: don't mention the 89 (2)
C-word!
The 1996 Joint Japan---US Declaration 91 (2)
The background to Japan---US cooperation 93 (1)
on TMD
The Japanese---Chinese debate on Japan's 94 (7)
new security policy
Political power balancing of China 101 (9)
Political and Economic Enmeshment 110 (1)
Bilateral and multilateral security 110 (1)
dialogues
Introduction 110 (2)
Bilateral security dialogue and military 112 (9)
exchanges
Multilateral security dialogue and 121 (10)
exchanges
The evaluation of security dialogues 131 (2)
Economic enmeshment 133 (1)
Introduction 133 (1)
Trade 134 (1)
Investment 135 (1)
ODA 136 (1)
Multilateral economic involvement 137 (1)
Japan and China's export-and FDI-led 138 (1)
strategy
Conclusions 139 (1)
The dynamics of engagement 140 (34)
Introduction 140 (1)
Open issues of political and economic 140 (7)
enmeshment
Rivalry and competition 147 (10)
Triangular dynamics: challenges arising 157 (13)
from the US context
Japan's deference and restraint 170 (2)
Conclusions 172 (2)
Conclusions 174 (13)
Challenges 178 (2)
Scenarios 180 (2)
Policy recommendations 182 (5)
Notes 187 (50)
Index 237