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978-0-7618-6678-7 • Hardback • December 2015 • $79.00 • (£61.00)
978-0-7618-6945-0 • Paperback • September 2018 • $40.99 • (£32.00)
978-0-7618-6679-4 • eBook • December 2015 • $39.00 • (£30.00)
Yoneyuki Sugita is professor of history at Osaka University. He has been writing on US-Japan relations, Japanese foreign and security policies, and Japanese health insurance systems.
Introduction: Yoneyuki Sugita, Professor, Osaka University
Chapter 1: Yoneyuki Sugita Professor, Osaka University
U.S.–Japan Relations in Transition: From Cold War to Post-Cold War
Chapter 2: Miyuki Daimaruya, Specially-appointed Research Fellow, Ochanomizu University,
Experiences of Japanese American Soldiers in the Korean War: Analyzing the Case of a Nisei Woman’s Military Service and Resettlement
Chapter 3: Victor Teo, Assistant Professor, Hong Kong University
Towards a More Amicable Asia-Pacific: Rethinking Japan’s Relations with the US and China
Chapter 4: Reinhard Drifte, Emeritus Professor, University of Newcastle
Approaches to resolving the disputes in the East China Sea
Chapter 5: David Walton, Senior Lecturer, Western Sydney University
Juggling Triads: Australian Foreign Policy towards Japan and China
Chapter 6: Emilian Kavalski, Associate Professor, Australian Catholic University
Are There Normative Powers in the Asia-Pacific? An Inquiry into the Normative Power of China and Japan
Chapter 7: Bart Gaens, Senior Research Fellow, the Finnish Institute of International Affairs
The Asia-Europe Meeting ASEM: A Role for the European Union in Asia?
About the Contributors
Sugita’s book presents many original and thought provoking new perspectives, as well as some genuinely interesting and potentially realizable routes towards improving peaceful and friendly co-existence in a region, which, despite free flowing economic links, is seen by many as having rocky political relations.
— Japan Today