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飯田敬輔著/安全保障と経済にみる日本の対中・対米依存

Japan's Security and Economic Dependence on China and the United States : Cool Politics, Lukewarm Economics

(Politics in Asia Series)

Iida, Keisuke

Taylor & Francis 2017/09
185 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: 9781138120105
KCN: 1027474025
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標準価格:¥24,161(本体 ¥21,965)   
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納期について
DDC: 337.52051
KDC: D251 政治史・政治事情:日本
関連書リスト: SB2899F 洋書に見る「日本」No. 22(2017夏号)
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Annotation

Based on case studies of recent episodes in East Asia, and especially on the experiences of Japan, this book highlights an interesting dynamic between security and economic interdependence: risk avoidance.

Full Description

With the rise of China, Japan and many East Asian countries are caught between maximizing profit from economic ties with her, and strengthening alliances with the United States to prevent China from overpowering them. Liberals and realists thus debate over the likelihood of either security tensions easing up or economic interdependence getting reduced eventually. On the other hand, Iida introduces a new theory that reinterprets the relationship between state security and economic interdependence among countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Based on case studies of recent episodes in East Asia, and especially on the experiences of Japan, this book highlights an interesting dynamic between security and economic interdependence: risk avoidance. By understanding how risk avoidance affects the behavior of these countries in terms of security and economics, it becomes evident how they eventually settle into what Iida calls "Cool Politics" and "Lukewarm Economics".

Table of Contents

Figures Tables Japanese and Asian Terms and Conventions List of Abbreviations Preface Acknowledgments Chapter 1: The East Asian Paradox Chapter 2: Insecurity and Economic Interdependence in East Asia Chapter 3: Rare Earth: China's Economic Coercion and the Demise of Chinese Monopoly Chapter 4: Shale Gas and Oil: Japan's Quest for Alternative Sources of Energy Chapter 5: Trade Agreements as Geo-economic Instruments Chapter 6: Japanese Investment in China and 'China-Plus-One' Chapter 7: Conclusions BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX