China in Japan's National Security
Capability and domestic credibility are two essential components of national security, though little has been examined as to the latter. Domestic credibility is a feeling of safety by the public, which is created or damaged by policy process in relation to national government. Japan’s national security policy from the 2000s showed a confrontational posture in relation to China, but its policy of domestic credibility has not been well managed in terms...[Show more]
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