The Northeast Asian region today stands at a crucial turning point. The rise of China and tensions on the Korean Peninsula pose challenges to Japan's relations with its region. The changing regional order has profound implications for the future of Japanese studies. In the context of contemporary changes, this article explores shifting visions of Japan's position within its region, particularly how they have been expressed by historians from the early twentieth century onward. Over the past two...[Show more]
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