9 edition of Japan"s peace-building diplomacy in Asia found in the catalog.
Japan"s peace-building diplomacy in Asia
Lam Peng Er
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Lam Peng Er.|
|Series||Routledge security in Asia Pacific series|
|LC Classifications||JZ5594.J3 E7 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0415413206, 0203877810|
|ISBN 10||9780415413206, 9780203877814|
|LC Control Number||2008048283|
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The book considers Japanese involvement in many of the region’s most serious recent conflicts including Japan’s part in the brokering and maintaining of peace in Cambodia, which in saw the first dispatch of troops abroad by Tokyo since the end of World War II, and the attempts to bring peace to Aceh, Sri Lanka, East Timor and Mindanao.
Cambodia: Japan’s First Comprehensive Peace-building 3. East Timor: Japan and the Birth of a Nation 4. Japan in Aceh: To End a Civil War 5. Japan in Mindanao: Partnering Malaysia, the Philippines and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front 6.
Japan in Sri Lanka: From Ceasefire to a Civil War Resumed 7. Conclusion: Japanese Peace-building and its Future. The book considers Japanese involvement in many of the region’s most serious recent conflicts: including Japan’s part in the brokering and maintaining of peace in Cambodia, which in saw the first dispatch of troops abroad by Tokyo since the end of World War II, and the attempts to bring peace to Aceh, Sri Lanka, East Timor and by: 8.
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Get this from a library. Japan's peace-building diplomacy in Asia: seeking a more active political role. [Peng Er Lam] -- This book examines Japan's foreign policy and its emerging identity as an important participant in conflict prevention and peacebuilding in Southeast.
Get this from a library. Japan's peace-building diplomacy in Asia: seeking a more active political role. [Peng Er Lam] -- This text examines Japan's emerging identity as an important participant in conflict prevention and peace building in Southeast and South Asia. Japan's Peace-Building Diplomacy in Asia This book examines Japan's emerging identity as an important participant in conflict prevention and peace-building in Southeast and South Asia, demonstrating that Japan has increasingly sought a positive and active political role commensurate with its economic pre-eminence.
Japan's Peace-Building Diplomacy in Asia: Seeking a More Active Political Role (Routledge Security in Asia Pacific Series Book 11) eBook: Lam Peng Er: : Kindle Store. As Lam shows, “underpinning Japan’s peace-building diplomacy is the desire to play an active political role commensurate with its status as the second-largest economy in the world” (91).Author: David Martin Jones.
Japan's peace building efforts in Sri Lanka and other parts of Asia also reveal that the image of Japan being a political pigmy despite being an economic superpower is simplistic if not obsolete.
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Japan’s Strategic Diplomacy. While exerting the utmost efforts to further its national interests, Japan is committed to contributing— even more proactively than has been the case to date—in securing peace, stability and prosperity of the international community, as a “Proactive Contributor to Peace,” based on the principle of international cooperation.
Japan's Peace-building Diplomacy in Asia: Seeking a More Active Political Lam Peng Er. Routledge, New York, xi, pages. Author: Paul Midford. In Search of Proactive Diplomacy: Increasing Japan's International Role in the s, With Cambodia and the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) as Case Studies, CNAPS Working Paper, Fall Author: Masaharu Kohno.
Priority aid areas would include the development of basic infrastructure to promote economic integration and growth in East Asia, environment and energy, poverty eradication, peace-building, and promotion of understanding of Japan. The biggest issue in Japanese ODA is ODA for China.
Chapter Japans Diplomacy Open to the Public. strengthen its efforts to create an environment projects in Asia, which were launched in protection, conflict prevention / peace-building, health, education, employment and women empowerment. People of various nationalities.
The University of Queensland's institutional repository, UQ eSpace, aims to create global visibility and accessibility of UQ’s scholarly : David M. Jones. In the post–Cold War era, Japan has developed its own version of peacebuilding in concept and practice and has taken a non-coercive approach to peacebuilding.
It has been underpinned by domestic norms of pacifism. This article elaborates on the underexplored theme of Japan’s peacebuilding by focussing on its conceptual basis and three key dimensions of by: 2. The book analyses processes of change, focusing on the dynamics of change - rather than structural change or institutional change per se - from four levels: the individual, domestic, regional and global.
Forces from outside Japan, such as a changing world order and changes in power relationships in Asia, have driven change along with pressures.Lam Peng Er is a Senior Research Fellow at the East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore.
He obtained his PhD from Columbia University, and has published in various internationally refereed journals such as the Pacific Affairs, Asian Survey and Japan latest single-authored book is Japans Peacebuilding Diplomacy in Asia: Seeking a more active political role (Routledge, ).4/5.
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