Modern Japanese political thought and international relations / edited by Felix Rösch and Atsuko Watanabe.  (Text) (Text)

Rosch, Felix | Watanabe, Atsuko, 1968-
Call no.: JZ1745 .M634 2018Series: Global dialogues (London, England): Publication: London : Rowman & Littlefield International, c2018Description: viii, 261 p. : illISBN: 9781786603685; 1786603683; 9781786603678; 1786603675Subject(s): International relations -- PhilosophyPolitical science -- JapanJapan -- Foreign relationsLOC classification: JZ1745 | .M634 2018
Contents:Japan as potential : communicating across boundaries for a global international relations : an introduction / Felix Rösch and Atsuko Watanabe -- How did two Daos perceive the international differently? / Atsuko Watanabe and Ariel Shangguan -- Japan's early challenge to Eurocentrism and the World Court / Tetsuya Toyoda -- Kōtarō Tanaka (1890-1974) and global international relations / Kevin M. Doak -- Unlearning Asia : Fukuzawa's un-regionalism in the late nineteenth century / Atsuko Watanabe -- Pursuing a more dynamic concept of peace : Japanese liberal intellectuals responses to the interwar crisis / Seiko Mimaki -- Rethinking the liberal/pluralist vision of Japan's colonial studies / Ryoko Nakano -- Who are the people? A history of discourses on political collective subjectivity in post-war Japan / Eiji Oguma -- Amae as emotional interdependence : analyzing Japan's nuclear policy and US-Japan nuclear cooperation agreement / Misato Matsuoka -- The pitfalls in the project of overcoming western modernity : rethinking the lineage of the Japanese historical revisionism / Hiroyuki Tosa -- From failure to fame : Shoin Yoshida's shifting role in the mythology of modern Japan / Sean O'Reilly -- Hayao Miyazaki as a political thinker : culture, soft power, and traditionalism beyond nationalism / Kosuke Shimizu -- Who's the egg? Who's the wall? Appropriating Haruki Murakami's "Always on the side of the egg" speech in Hong Kong / Michael Tsang -- Conclusion : is there any Japanese international relations theory? / Atsuko Watanabe and Felix Rösch.
Summary: "First book-length investigation of modern Japanese political thought and IR with a focus on non-western and indigenous Asian practices of IR"
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Japan as potential : communicating across boundaries for a global international relations : an introduction / Felix Rösch and Atsuko Watanabe -- How did two Daos perceive the international differently? / Atsuko Watanabe and Ariel Shangguan -- Japan's early challenge to Eurocentrism and the World Court / Tetsuya Toyoda -- Kōtarō Tanaka (1890-1974) and global international relations / Kevin M. Doak -- Unlearning Asia : Fukuzawa's un-regionalism in the late nineteenth century / Atsuko Watanabe -- Pursuing a more dynamic concept of peace : Japanese liberal intellectuals responses to the interwar crisis / Seiko Mimaki -- Rethinking the liberal/pluralist vision of Japan's colonial studies / Ryoko Nakano -- Who are the people? A history of discourses on political collective subjectivity in post-war Japan / Eiji Oguma -- Amae as emotional interdependence : analyzing Japan's nuclear policy and US-Japan nuclear cooperation agreement / Misato Matsuoka -- The pitfalls in the project of overcoming western modernity : rethinking the lineage of the Japanese historical revisionism / Hiroyuki Tosa -- From failure to fame : Shoin Yoshida's shifting role in the mythology of modern Japan / Sean O'Reilly -- Hayao Miyazaki as a political thinker : culture, soft power, and traditionalism beyond nationalism / Kosuke Shimizu -- Who's the egg? Who's the wall? Appropriating Haruki Murakami's "Always on the side of the egg" speech in Hong Kong / Michael Tsang -- Conclusion : is there any Japanese international relations theory? / Atsuko Watanabe and Felix Rösch.

"First book-length investigation of modern Japanese political thought and IR with a focus on non-western and indigenous Asian practices of IR"

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