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Japan and Reconciliation in Post-war Asia
The Murayama Statement and Its Implications
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'Hopelessness about Japan's reconciliation over history with its neighbors is best addressed not by wishful thinking but by refocusing on the Murayama Statement of 1995. This important apology was underappreciated by China and South Korea and also denounced by many Japanese conservatives. Yet, this carefully presented book shows that it is a genuine apology, which could serve as a building block for greater trust. Kazuhiko Togo combines diplomatic insight and scholarly analysis in his clear overview and balanced coverage of the view from Japan. The other authors follow a similar model in detailing the reception the Murayama Statement received. With the right range of topics, this book points to the statement's possible future implications. To realize them requires taking seriously the search for common ground, something unlikely to occur if the Murayama Statement continues to be dismissed. This book not only fills a gap in coverage of the critical decade for historical memory of the 1990s, but also serves as a wake-up call for those interested in understanding and altering the course of international relations in East Asia.' - Gilbert Rozman, Musgrave Professor of Sociology, Princeton University, USA
Bloggat om Japan and Reconciliation in Post-war Asia
THOMAS U. BERGER Associate professor, Department of International Relations, Boston University, US YOUNGSHIK D. BONG Senior research fellow and director of Foreign Policy Studies, Asian Institute for Policy Studies, Seoul, Korea KAZUHIKO TOGO Director of the Institute for World Affairs and professor of International Politics, Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan RWEI-REN WU- Associate research fellow, Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica, Taiwan DAQING YANG Associate professor of History and International Affairs, George Washington University, US
Overview; Kazuhiko Togo Historical Role and Future Implications of the Murayama Statement: A View from Japan; Kazuhiko Togo Political Apology in Sino-Japanese Relations: The Murayama Statement and its Receptions in China; Daqing Yang In Search of the Perfect Apology: Korea's Responses to the Murayama Statement; Youngshik D. Bong Redeeming the Pariah, Redeeming the Past: Some Taiwanese Reflections on the Murayama Statement; Rwei-Ren Wu Neither Exemplary nor Irrelevant: Lessons for Asia from Europe's Struggle with its Difficult Past; Thomas U. Berger Notes on Contributors