Rethinking Sino-Japanese Alienation (häftad)
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OUP Oxford
Goh, Evelyn
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653 g
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Rethinking Sino-Japanese Alienation (häftad)

Rethinking Sino-Japanese Alienation

History Problems and Historical Opportunities

Häftad Engelska, 2020-01-01
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Contemporary political and societal relations between China and Japan are poisoned by divergent historical memories. This book addresses this problem from novel outsider perspectives.
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Barry Buzan is a Fellow of the British Academy, Emeritus Professor in the LSE Department of International Relations and a Senior Fellow at LSE IDEAS. He was formerly Montague Burton Professor in the Department of International Relations, LSE. Among his books are, with Richard Little, International Systems in World History (2000); with Ole Waever, Regions and Powers (2003); From International to World Society? (2004); with Lene Hansen, The Evolution of International Security Studies (2009); An Introduction to the English School of International Relations (2014); with George Lawson, The Global Transformation: History, Modernity and International Relations (2015); and with Laust Schouenborg, Global International Society: A New Framework for Analysis (2018). He has written more than a dozen article on China and Japan, including a trilogy of pieces in the Chinese Journal of International Politics exploring the possibilities for China's 'peaceful rise'. Evelyn Goh is the Shedden Professor of Strategic Policy Studies at The Australian National University, Australia, where she is also Director of Research in the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre. Her research focuses on security and international relations in the Asia-Pacific, U.S.-China diplomatic history and contemporary relations, and the economic-security nexus in China's strategic policy. Her publications include The Struggle for Order: Hegemony, Hierarchy and Transition in Post-Cold War East Asia (OUP, 2013, 2015); 'Great Powers and Hierarchical Order in Southeast Asia: Analyzing Regional Security Strategies', International Security 32:3 (Winter 2007/8): 113-57; Constructing the US Rapprochement with China, 1961-1974: From Red Menace to Tacit Ally (Cambridge University Press, 2004); and the edited volume Rising China's Influence in Developing Asia (OUP, 2016). She is co-editor of the Cambridge Studies in International Relations book series.