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洋書

日本と新たなシルクロード:外交、開発と接続性

Japan and the New Silk Road : Diplomacy, Development and Connectivity

(Nissan Institute/routledge Japanese Studies)

Murashkin, Nikolay

Routledge 2020/02
226 p. 24 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780367109905
KCN: 1037675940
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納期について
DDC: 327
KDC: D251 政治史・政治事情:日本
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This book presents a study of Japanese involvement in post-Soviet Central Asia since the independence of these countries in 1991, examining the reasons for progress and stagnation in this multi-lateral relationship.

Full Description

This book presents a study of Japanese involvement in post-Soviet Central Asia since the independence of these countries in 1991, examining the reasons for progress and stagnation in this multi-lateral relationship. Featuring interviews with decision-makers and experts from Japan, China, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, and the Philippines, this book argues that Japan's impact on Central Asia and its connectivity has been underappreciated. It demonstrates that Japan's infrastructural footprint in the New Silk Road significantly pre-dated China's Belt and Road Initiative, and that the financial and policy contribution driven by Japanese officials was of a similar order of magnitude. It also goes on to show that Japan was the first major power outside of post-Soviet Central Asia to articulate a dedicated Silk Road diplomacy vis-a-vis the region before the United States and China, and the first to sponsor pivotal assistance. Being the first detailed analytical account of the diplomatic impact made on the New Silk Road by various Japanese actors beyond formal diplomacy, this book will be useful to students and scholars of Japanese politics, as well as Asian politics and international politics more generally.

Table of Contents

Japan and the New Silk Road: Diplomacy, Development, and Connectivity 1. Central Asia on Japan's Diplomatic Agenda: Security, Resources, and Humanitarianism 2. Silk Road Diplomacy of the DPJ Cabinets: Continuity, Inertia, and Change 3. Japan's Aid in the New Silk Road: Developmentalism, Securitisation, and Likely Prototype for Belt and Road? 4. Energy Silk Road: Anticipation and Adaption in Japan's Resource Diplomacy 5. Japan, China, and Asian Connectivity: Competition, Cooperation, and the Weaponisation of Infrastructure Finance? Conclusion