Japan's peace-building diplomacy in Asia : seeking a more active political role / Lam Peng Er.
By: Lam, Peng Er.Material type: BookCall no.: JZ5584.J3 L37Series: Routledge security in Asia Pacific series.Publication: Abingdon [England] : Routledge, 2009Description: xi, 171 p.ISBN: 9780415413206 (hbk.); 0415413206 (hbk.).Subject(s): Peace-building -- Japan | Peace-building -- Asia | Japan -- Foreign relations -- Asia | Asia -- Foreign relations -- Japan
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
1 Introduction - - 2 Peace-building as a new pillar in Japan’s foreign policy - - 3 Cambodia: Japan’s first comprehensive peace-building - - 4 East Timor: Japan and the birth of a nation - - 5 Japan in Aceh: to end a civil war - - 6 Japan in Mindanao: partnering Malaysia, the Philippines and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front - - 7 Japan in Sri Lanka: from ceasefire to a civil war resumed - - 8 Conclusion: Japanese peace-building and its future
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