Japanese debates on Asia and Asianism: a conceptual framework
This article analyzes discussions about Asia in Japan since the mid-1980s, offering a conceptual framework for understanding the contours of this debate. The article identifies three normative positions among participants: those advocating the replication of a Japanese model in Asia, those in favor of a genuine community of Asians, and those who see engagement with Asia as the only solution for the country’s economic and social problems. The article argues that globalization and...[Show more]
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|Source:||History Compass 12.8 (2014): 619–631|
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