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Japan as a 'Normal Country'?
A Nation in Search of Its Place in the World
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'This is a superb volume that anyone interested in today's key debate about Japanese foreign policy must read.' -- Paul Midford Pacific Affairs, vol 86:01:2013
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Yoshihide Soeya is a professor in the Faculty of Law at Keio University. David A. Welch is CIGI Chair of Global Security in the Balsillie School of International Affairs at the University of Waterloo. Masayuki Tadokoro is a professor in the Faculty of Law at Keio University.
Introduction: What is a 'Normal Country'? by Yoshihide Soeya, Masayuki Tadokoro, and David A Welch * Embracing Normalcy: Toward a Japanese 'National Strategy' by David A Welch (University of Waterloo) * Change and Continuity in Japan's 'Abnormalcy': An Emerging External Attitude of the Japanese Public by Masayuki Tadokoro (Keio University) * A'Normal' Middle Power: Interpreting Changes in Japanese Security Policy in the 1990s and After by Yoshihide Soeya (Keio University) * Conservative Conceptions of Japan as a 'Normal Country': Comparing Ozawa, Nakasone, and Ishihara by Cheol Hee Park (National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies) * Chinese Discourse on Japan as a 'Normal Country' by Jianwei Wang (University of Wisconsin) * The Limits to 'Normalcy': Japanese-Korean Post-Cold War Interactions by by John Swenson-Wright (University of Cambridge) * Japan's Relations with Southeast Asia in the Post-Cold War Era: 'Abnormal' No More? by Peng Er Lam (National University of Singapore)