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Japan's China Policy
A Relational Power Analysis
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'The micro-approaches behind "Japan's China Policy" demonstrate in admirable scholarly detail how officials in Tokyo have been able to get their own way with Beijing on occasion.' - Japantoday.com 'This highly specialised study provides a substantial level of detail based on primary data sources. It will be of use to those researchers concerned with Japanese foreign policy-making, the empirical application of IR concepts or East Asian international relations.' - Joseph O'Mahoney, University of Kent, UK 'This highly specialised study provides a substantial level of detail based on primary data sources. It will be of use to those researchers concerned with Japanese foreign policy-making, the empirical application of IR concepts or East Asian international relations.' - Japan Forum 'In sum, this book is a timely addition to the existing scholarship on Japanese foreign policy. It is ideal for a recommended reading list, particularly for graduate seminars, and a worthwhile read for scholars in the field of Japanese foreign policy and East Asian international relations.' - Japanese Journal of Political Science 'This book should be of interest to academics, students, and policymakers and deserves to be read widely.' - Asian Studies
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Linus Hagstroem is a Research Fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Sweden.
1. Introduction: Enigmatic Power? 2. Conceptual and Analytical Framework: Relational Power 3. Empirical Focus: Japan's China Policy 4. Case 1: Negotiating Investment Protection 5. Case 2: Interaction over the Pinnacle Islands 6. Conclusions and Reflections: Intelligible Power Reference List