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337.5209 O359
Japan's Asian diplomacy : a legacy of two millennia. --
Imp / Ed.:
Tokyo, Japón : International House of Japan, c2015.
xv, 231 p. ; 24 cm.
Preface to the English edition. -- Preface to the Japanese edition. -- List of tables. -- I. Fundamentals of Japan's Asian diplomacy. -- 1. The ethos of Japan's Asian diplomacy. -- 2. The interaction of domestic and foreign policy. -- II. Foreign relations of Japan, China, and Korea in historical perspective. -- 3. The history of Seikanron thought. -- 4. Two millennia of Sino-Japanese history: five wars and their antecedents. -- Chronology. -- Notes. -- Index. --
Tomado de la cubierta: "Japan's relations with its closest neighbors, China and Korea, are tense -exacerbated by disputes over territorial issues and the unresolved trauma of a tumultuous twentieth-century history. In this book, the author, a veteran Japanese diplomat, examines his nation's relations with its East Asian neighbors along a temporal axis stretching back some two thousand years, a perspective he feels is essential to the construction of a new Asian diplomacy."
Incluye notas y referencias bibliográficas.
Título original en japonés: Nihon no Ajia gaikō: nisen'nen no keifu.

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