Japan, the US Alliance and Asia
JAPAN’S security policy has undergone remarkable change since 9/11, involving the breaking of precedents, the consolidation of a normative commitment to proactive pacifism, and a questioning of Japan’s postwar security policy framework. These transformations have themselves occurred in a dynamic and unstable context. In its domestic politics, Japan experienced a succession of short-term conservative prime ministers following the departure of Junichiro Koizumi in 2006. The historic...[Show more]
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