Japan and the Reconstruction of East Asia

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ISBN-13:
9781403905307
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Seiten:
240
Autor:
D. Kelly
Serie:
International Political Economy Series
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PDF
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
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Englisch
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Dominic Kelly has written a fascinating study of Japanese policies designed to lead to the reconstruction of East Asia. He presents a detailed picture of Japanese activity in East Asia in the areas of production, finance, security and 'knowledge', and maps out the historical context upon which this activity rests. In doing so, Kelly sheds light on the increasingly powerful but imperfectly understood phenomenon of regionalism. He goes on to identity the major fault line situated beneath both theoretical accounts of Japanese regionalism and 'real world' predictions of its success or failure.
Dominic Kelly has written a fascinating study of Japanese policies designed to lead to the reconstruction of East Asia. He presents a detailed picture of Japanese activity in East Asia in the areas of production, finance, security and 'knowledge', and maps out the historical context upon which this activity rests. In doing so, Kelly sheds light on the increasingly powerful but imperfectly understood phenomenon of regionalism. He goes on to identity the major fault line situated beneath both theoretical accounts of Japanese regionalism and 'real world' predictions of its success or failure.
List of Tables Preface and Acknowledgements Abbreviations and Acronyms Maps Introduction PART I: THEORY Historical Materialism, World Order, and 'New IPE' Theory PART II: HISTORY AND SOCIETY 1945-1960: Occupation and Aftermath 1960-Present: Fracture and Response PART III: CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL ECONOMY Mapping Japan's Role in East Asia: Production Mapping Japan's Role in East Asia: Finance Mapping Japan's Role in East Asia: Security Mapping Japan's Role in East Asia: Knowledge Conclusions Bibliography Index
Dominic Kelly has written a fascinating study of Japanese policies designed to lead to the reconstruction of East Asia. He presents a detailed picture of Japanese activity in East Asia in the areas of production, finance, security and 'knowledge', and maps out the historical context upon which this activity rests. In doing so, Kelly sheds light on the increasingly powerful but imperfectly understood phenomenon of regionalism. He goes on to identity the major fault line situated beneath both theoretical accounts of Japanese regionalism and 'real world' predictions of its success or failure.

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