Status Power: Japanese Foreign Policy Making Toward Korea
Psychology Press, 2002 - Всего страниц: 243
This book examines recent developments in Japanese-Korean relations. Its aim is to show how "soft" issues like history consciousness or national identity have an impact on concrete policy decisions including security or economic matters which are traditionally considered more substantial foeign policy issues. The author develops the concept of status as based on either prestige of on a positive reputation, or moral authority. Cases studies illustrate the mechanisms in which status power is used for other ends, also in the policy areas of economy and security.
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Status as a Factor in Japans Foreign Policy
THE LEGACY OF THE PAST
Japanese History Textbooks
I1 JAPANESESOUTH KOREAN ECONOMIC RELATIONS
Takeshima and Fishery Rights
II1 JAPANS NORTH KOREA POLICY
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