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Rethinking Japanese Public Opinion And Security

Author: Paul Midford
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 0804772177
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Rethinking Japanese Public Opinion and Security argues that Japanese public opinion matters and has acted to prevent overseas military deployments involving combat while increasingly supportive of a more normal military establishment capable of autonomously defending Japanese territory.

Leading Japan

Author: Tomohito Shinoda
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275969943
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Shinoda provides an analytical framework for examining the role of the prime minister in Japan's political decision making. Although the conventional view of Japanese politics is that the bureaucracy and the ruling party are strong, Shinoda argues that the prime minister plays a pivotal role for major policies.

Policy Entrepreneurship And Elections In Japan

Author: Takashi Oka
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1136728643
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Ozawa Ichirō is one of the most important figures in Japanese politics, having held the positions of Chief Secretary of the Liberal Democrat Party and, after defection from the LDP, President of the Democratic Party of Japan. Ozawa has distinctive ideas that set him apart from the average Japanese politician, he believes in the concept of the independence of the individual, as opposed to the importance of the group, and as a policy entrepreneur he has had a huge impact on political change not only advocating but precipitating institutional change in a key political area – the election system. Using extensive interview data from key players in the political arena, this book examines Ozawa's struggle to normalize alternation in office between two competing political parties – particularly significant given the results of the 2009 election which handed over power to the Democratic Party of Japan – and how he has used his entrepreneurial talents to precipitate and carry out institutional change. Not only a political biography, but also an in-depth analysis of the Japanese political and electoral systems, this book will be of huge interest to anyone interested in Japanese politics and electoral systems.

From Apec To Xanadu Creating A Viable Community In The Post Cold War Pacific

Author: Donald C. Helleman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 131550300X
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This volume analyzes the concerns that must be addressed if Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) is to be a viable component of the post-Cold War international order, such as what the future role of the USA who made Asia's transformation possible since 1945, is as a leader in that region.

Japan S Foreign Policy Since 1945

Author: Kevin J. Cooney
Publisher: M.E. Sharpe
ISBN: 9780765616494
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Provides a detailed and up-to-date assessment of Japan's foreign policy since 1945, including policy options and choices that Japan faces in the twenty-first century.