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Japan, the US, and regional institution-building in the new Asia : when identity matters

Author: Kuniko Ashizawa
Publisher: New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Series: Asia today.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Japan and the United States have been uncertain, and sometimes awkward, companions for the countries of Asia in the area of regional institution-building. This study focuses on the origins of these two key Asia-Pacific countries' companionship, whose actions still weigh considerably on success or failure in this realm of regional cooperation. In identifying distinctive behavior patterns by Tokyo and Washington in  Read more...
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Ashizawa, Kuniko, 1963-
Japan, the US, and regional institution-building in the new Asia.
(DLC) 2013007315
(OCoLC)834978639
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kuniko Ashizawa
ISBN: 9781137307743 1137307749 9781137307736 1137307730
OCLC Number: 859260844
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 271 pages).
Contents: PART I: INTRODUCTION --
1. The Argument --
2. Where Does This Stand? --
PART II: THE VALUE-ACTION FRAMEWORK AND STATE IDENTITY --
3. The Value-Action Model of Foreign Policy Analysis --
4. The Structural Dimension --
5. The Dispositional Dimension --
6. The Intentional Dimension --
7. State Identity and Foreign Policy --
8. State Identity: Definition --
9. Identity-Value Nexus --
10. Why Identity? When Does It Matter? --
PART III: JAPAN AND THE CREATION OF APEC: MITI'S QUIET MANEUVER, 1988-1989 --
11. Explaining Japan's Policymaking toward the Creation of APEC --
12. Historical Narrative: Part I --
13. The Value-Action Analysis: The Structural Dimension --
14. Historical Narrative: Part II --
15. The Value-Action Analysis: The Dispositional Dimension --
16. State Identity: The Source of The Determinant Values --
17. Decision-Making Context: Conceptualizaing a New Regional Order --
18. A Dual Member of Asia and the West --
19. Identity-Value Nexus --
20. Remaining Questions and Competing Explanations --
PART IV: THE UNITED STATES AND THE CREATION OF APEC: GLOBAL HEGEMON AND REGIONAL COOPERATION, 1988-1989 --
21. Explaining U.S. Policymaking toward the Creation of APEC --
22. Historical Narrative Part I: The United States and MITI's Proposal --
23. The Value-Action Analysis: The Structural Dimension --
24. Historical Narrative Part II: The Hawke Speech and Comprehensive Policy Review --
25. The Value-Action Analysis: Activation of Decision-Making --
26. Historical Narrative Part III: 'An Idea Whose Time Has Come' --
27. The Value-Action Analysis: The Dispositional Dimension --
28. Two Concepts of U.S. State Identity: The Sources of The Determinant Values --
29. A Pacific Power --
30. An International Institution-Builder --
31. On Competing Explanations --
PART V: JAPAN AND THE CREATION OF THE ARF: MOFA IN MOTION, 1991-1994 --
32. Explaining Japan's Policymaking toward the Creation of the ARF --
33. Historical Narrative Part I: The Nakayama Proposal --
34. The Value-Action Analysis: The Structural Dimension --
35. Historical Narrative Part II: MOFA's Persistent Commitment --
36. The Value-Action Analysis: The Dispositional Dimension --
37. Two Concepts of Japanese State Identity: The Sources of the Determinant Value --
38. A Past Aggressor in Asia --
39. A Dual Member of Asia and the West --
40. Remaining Questions and an Alternative Explanation --
PART VI: THE UNITED STATES AND THE CREATION OF THE ARF: HEGEMONIC APPROACH TOWARD THE POST-COLD WAR ASIAN SECURITY ORDER, 1990-1994 --
41. Explaining U.S. Policymaking toward the Creation of the ARF --
42. Historical Narrative Part I: Appraising Past Success --
43. The Value-Action Analysis: The Structural Dimension --
44. Historical Narrative Part II and Decision-Making Activation: Lord's 'Ten Major Goals' --
45. Historical Narrative Part III: Toward the First ARF Meeting --
46. The Dispositional Dimension: Stay Engaged with Asia --
47. The Pacific Power Identity: The Source of the Engagement Value --
48. An Alternative Explanation, A Remaining Question --
PART VII: CONCLUSION --
49. State Identity and Foreign Policy --
50. Japan, the United States, and Institution-Building in 21st Century Asia --
--
Series Title: Asia today.
Responsibility: Kuniko Ashizawa.

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