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Japan's China policy: a relational power analysis

Author: Hagström, Linus Corporate author: Stockholm School of Economics. The European Institute of Japanese Studies Series: European Institute of Japanese studies East Asian economics and business series Publisher: Routledge 2005.Language: EnglishDescription: 230 p. : Maps ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0415346797Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Japan's China Policy A relational power analysis Contents List of illustrations Series editor's preface Acknowledgments List of abbreviations Glossary Note on the text vii viii x xii xv xvi Introduction: enigmatic power? Change or continuity in Japan's post-Cold War foreign policy 3 The ubiquity of power 6 The enigma of Japanese power 17 Towards a relational concept of power 20 Aim of the study and research questions 22 Limitations of the scope 23 1 1 Conceptual and analytical framework: relational power Three dimensions of power 27 Relational power: a conceptual analysis 29 Power and statecraft 36 Power and interests 42 A reconstructive and interpretative method 48 Relational power analysis 53 25 2 Empirical focus: Japan's China policy A case study approach 57 Japan's China policy: justifying the empirical focus 58 Criteria for issue selection: which cases? 61 56 vi Contents Two central observations 64 Japanese foreign policy-making 69 Empirical materials 74 3 Case 1: negotiating investment protection Post-war Japanese--Chinese economic interaction 78 The negotiations, 1981-87 81 Process-tracing analysis 1: the agreement 85 Process-tracing analysis 2: the breakthrough 89 Interest analysis 101 Intentional analysis 110 Epilogue to the JCBIT 111 Conclusion 112 78 4 Case 2: interaction over the Pinnacle Islands Pre-1992 analysis 117 Process-tracing analysis 1: the TWL and Japan's reaction 123 Process-tracing analysis 2: behind Japan's reaction 127 Interest analysis 137 Intentional analysis 144 Post-1992 analysis 146 Conclusion 153 117 5 Conclusion: intelligible power Comparative conclusions 158 Reflections on relational power analysis 166 Notes References Index 158 174 200 225

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