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THE US-JAPAN SECURITY COMMUNITY : theoretical understanding of transpacific relationships

Author: Hidekazu Sakai
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] ROUTLEDGE, 2018.
Series: Routledge studies on the Asia-Pacific region
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Drawing on the work of Karl W. Deutsch, this book argues that the United States and Japan have formed their own security community, based on a sense of "collective identity." In so doing, it provides a new theoretical outlook on co- operation between the United Statesand Japan, offering a fresh understanding of their bilateral relationship as one that goes beyond a mere military alliance or free trade partnership.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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(OCoLC)1039474828
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Hidekazu Sakai
ISBN: 9781351044912 1351044915 9781351044899 1351044893 9781351044905 1351044907 9781351044882 1351044885
OCLC Number: 1048935593
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Contents: Cover; Half Title; Series Information; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of contents; Acknowledgments; 1 Puzzles; Introduction; Theoretical Explanations of "Friend" in IR; Realism; Liberalism; Constructivism; The Concept of the Security Community; Past Studies on Security Communities; Why US-Japan Relations?; Organization of the Book; Notes; 2 Theory and Methodology; Introduction; The Security Community as a Social Construction; Conditions for the Existence of a Security Community; The Community of Practice; Making a Hypothesis on the US-Japan Collective Identity Changes in Self/OthersDetecting Collective Identity; Conclusion; Notes; 3 Emerging Collective Identity: The Persian Gulf War (1990-1); Introduction; Puzzle; The Persian Gulf War (1990-1991); Discourse; Behaviors; Conclusion; Notes; 4 Nurturing Collective Identity: The September 11 Terrorist Attacks (2001); Introduction; Puzzles; The September 11 Terrorist Attacks; Discourse; Behaviors; Did the United States and Japan act as Partners?; Did the United States and Japan have Explicit Collective Interests or a Common Good?; Did the United States and Japan have Collective Strategic Perspectives? Did the Shared Collective Strategic Perspectives of the United States and Japan Influence the Process and Outcome ... Conclusion; Notes; 5 Cementing Collective Identity: The Tohoku Earthquake (2011); Introduction; Puzzles; Japan; The March 11 Tohoku Earthquake; Discourse; Behaviors; Did the United States and Japan Behave as Partners?; Did the United States and Japan have Explicit Collective Interests or a Common Good?; Did the United States and Japan have Collective Strategic Perspectives? Did the Shared Collective Strategic Perspectives of the United States and Japan Influence the Process and Outcome ... Conclusion; Notes; 6 Conclusion: New Understanding on the US-Japan Relationship; Introduction; A Summary of Results; Discourse; Behaviors; Did the United States and Japan Act as Partners?; Did the United States and Japan have Explicit Collective Interests or a Common Good?; Did the United States and Japan have Collective Strategic Perspectives?; Did the Shared Collective Strategic Perspectives of the United States and Japan Influence the Process and Outcome ... ; Judgment The Future of Security Community StudiesConclusion; Bibliography; Index
Series Title: Routledge studies on the Asia-Pacific region
Responsibility: Hidekazu Sakai.

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Drawing on the work of Karl W. Deutsch, this book argues that the United States and Japan have formed their own security community, based on a sense of "collective identity." In so doing, it provides a new theoretical outlook on co- operation between the United Statesand Japan, offering a fresh understanding of their bilateral relationship as one that goes beyond a mere military alliance or free trade partnership. Taking an empirical approach, Sakai analyzes three key case studies: the Persian Gulf War of 1990-1, the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and the Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011. He examines how the United States and Japan interacted with one another in their discourses and behaviors in these three instances and thus demonstrates the existence of a collective identity between the two nations.

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