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Sino-Japanese relations in a trilateral context : origins of misperception, Yun Zhang

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Sino-Japanese relations in a trilateral context : origins of misperception
Title
Sino-Japanese relations in a trilateral context
Title remainder
origins of misperception
Statement of responsibility
Yun Zhang
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Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book explains the increasingly turbulent Sino-Japanese relations since the 2000s by innovatively investigating the formation mechanism of mutual misperception deeply rooted in China-Japan-U.S. trilateral structural dynamics. The political and security relationship has been increasingly deteriorating against the high interdependency between the world's second and third largest economies. More ironically, both sides have also shown the intent and made efforts to improve bilateral ties. The author systematically conducts a focused comparison of the evolution of the Sino-Japanese mutual perceptions and policies toward one another during the past decade and a half. Empirically, Yun Zhang closely examines five case studies that provide insights to IR students and scholars and policy makers on how misperception and mistrust have formed, replicated, and intensified
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Cataloging source
YDX
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Zhang, Yun
Dewey number
327.51
Index
index present
LC call number
DS779.47
LC item number
.Z4235 2017
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • International relations
  • China
  • Japan
  • China
  • United States
  • Japan
  • United States
  • China
  • Japan
  • United States
Label
Sino-Japanese relations in a trilateral context : origins of misperception, Yun Zhang
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Contents ; List of Figures ; List of Tables ; Chapter 1: Introduction; Puzzling China-Japan Relations; The Intellectual Deficits in€China-Japan Relations; Normalizing the€Intellectual Dimension of€Sino-Japanese Relations; The Structure of€the€Book; Notes; Chapter 2: The Theoretical Basis and€Analysis Framework: The€Mechanism of€Formation and€Replication of€Misperception in the China-Japan-US Trilateral Dynamics; Whose Perception?; Preference-Based or Strategic Setting-Based Perception; Notes
  • Chapter 3: China's Perception and€Policy toward Japan in€the€2000s Case Study: China's Anti-Japan Campaign in€2005Two Categories and€Five Groups: The€Chinese intelligentsia's Perceptions of€Japan in€the€2000s; China's Japan Policy in€the€2000s; Dealing with€Japan in€the€Framework of€Regionalism and€Multilateralism: A€Mixed Intellectual Foundation of€US-centric Optimism and€Periphery First 2001-2005; 2006-2009 Duiri Xinsiwei; Case Study: China's Anti-Japan Campaign in€2004-2005; The Militarization of€US Diplomacy; The Changing US-Japan Dynamics: Japan Responding to€US Pressure
  • Sino-Japanese InteractionsChina's Concerns Toward US Unilateralism; US Strategic Adjustment and€Sino-US Relations Repositioning in€Early 2005; Japan's Bid for€UNSC Permanent Membership; Trilateral Dynamics in€Japan's Bid for€UNSC Membership; Searching for€Enemies: Who Lost the€UNSC Bid?; Conclusion
  • Chapter 4: Japan's Perception and€Policy toward China in€the€2000s Case Study: Japan's Seemingly Anti-China East Asian Regional Policy in€the€2000sThe Japanese Intelligentsia's Direct Perceptions of€China's Rise in€the€2000s; Japanese Intelligentsia's Indirect Perceptions of€China and€Japanese China Policy in€the€2000s; 2000-2005: Higher Priority of€Alliance Management, Seeking Passive Stability with€China; Second Period: 2005-2009 Shift to€Proactive Stability; Third Period: Hatoyama Administration 2009-2010 Abnormal Period Derailing from€the€Basic Line of€the€Mainstream
  • Case Study: Japan's Seemingly Anti-China East Asian Regional Policy in€the€2000sEvading Abandonment through Showing Relevance 1997-2000; The East Asian Community Boom and€Alliance Enhancement 2001-2006; Major Commitments and€Achievements of€China and€Japan Toward Regionalism (2001-2005); The Decline of€Regionalism 2006-2009; Conclusion; Notes; Chapter 5: The Negative Turn in€Mutual Perception in€2010 Case Study: The€Fishing Boat Collision and€Rare Earth Export Restrictions; The Shift of€China's Perception of€Japan; The Shift of€Japan's Perception Toward China
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137503350
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
10.1057/978-1-137-50335-0
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn964542306
Label
Sino-Japanese relations in a trilateral context : origins of misperception, Yun Zhang
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Contents ; List of Figures ; List of Tables ; Chapter 1: Introduction; Puzzling China-Japan Relations; The Intellectual Deficits in€China-Japan Relations; Normalizing the€Intellectual Dimension of€Sino-Japanese Relations; The Structure of€the€Book; Notes; Chapter 2: The Theoretical Basis and€Analysis Framework: The€Mechanism of€Formation and€Replication of€Misperception in the China-Japan-US Trilateral Dynamics; Whose Perception?; Preference-Based or Strategic Setting-Based Perception; Notes
  • Chapter 3: China's Perception and€Policy toward Japan in€the€2000s Case Study: China's Anti-Japan Campaign in€2005Two Categories and€Five Groups: The€Chinese intelligentsia's Perceptions of€Japan in€the€2000s; China's Japan Policy in€the€2000s; Dealing with€Japan in€the€Framework of€Regionalism and€Multilateralism: A€Mixed Intellectual Foundation of€US-centric Optimism and€Periphery First 2001-2005; 2006-2009 Duiri Xinsiwei; Case Study: China's Anti-Japan Campaign in€2004-2005; The Militarization of€US Diplomacy; The Changing US-Japan Dynamics: Japan Responding to€US Pressure
  • Sino-Japanese InteractionsChina's Concerns Toward US Unilateralism; US Strategic Adjustment and€Sino-US Relations Repositioning in€Early 2005; Japan's Bid for€UNSC Permanent Membership; Trilateral Dynamics in€Japan's Bid for€UNSC Membership; Searching for€Enemies: Who Lost the€UNSC Bid?; Conclusion
  • Chapter 4: Japan's Perception and€Policy toward China in€the€2000s Case Study: Japan's Seemingly Anti-China East Asian Regional Policy in€the€2000sThe Japanese Intelligentsia's Direct Perceptions of€China's Rise in€the€2000s; Japanese Intelligentsia's Indirect Perceptions of€China and€Japanese China Policy in€the€2000s; 2000-2005: Higher Priority of€Alliance Management, Seeking Passive Stability with€China; Second Period: 2005-2009 Shift to€Proactive Stability; Third Period: Hatoyama Administration 2009-2010 Abnormal Period Derailing from€the€Basic Line of€the€Mainstream
  • Case Study: Japan's Seemingly Anti-China East Asian Regional Policy in€the€2000sEvading Abandonment through Showing Relevance 1997-2000; The East Asian Community Boom and€Alliance Enhancement 2001-2006; Major Commitments and€Achievements of€China and€Japan Toward Regionalism (2001-2005); The Decline of€Regionalism 2006-2009; Conclusion; Notes; Chapter 5: The Negative Turn in€Mutual Perception in€2010 Case Study: The€Fishing Boat Collision and€Rare Earth Export Restrictions; The Shift of€China's Perception of€Japan; The Shift of€Japan's Perception Toward China
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137503350
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
10.1057/978-1-137-50335-0
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn964542306

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