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The United Nations in Japan's Foreign and Security Policymaking, 1945-1992

National Security, Party Politics, and International Status

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$45.00 • £36.95 • €40.50

ISBN 9780674019638

Publication Date: 01/30/2006

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6 x 9 inches

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  • Abbreviations
  • Introduction
  • Part I: The UN and Japan’s Struggle for Peace and Security
    • 1. Japan and the UN’s Security Function in the Early Postwar Era
    • 2. The Burgeoning Disillusion
    • 3. The Turbulent Days
    • 4. Toward a New Trend?
  • Part II: The UN and Japanese Party Politics
    • 5. The UN and Domestic Politics in the Occupation Era: Developing a Security Formula
    • 6. The UN: A Political Panacea (1)
    • 7. The UN: A Political Panacea (2)
  • Part III: The UN and Japan’s International Status
    • 8. Fighting for Equal Status: The Road to the UN
    • 9. Seeking the Highest Status: The Battle for UNSC Permanent Membership
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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