The Japanese and Europe: Images and Perceptions

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Bert Edström
Psychology Press, 2000 - Social Science - 283 pages
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Every three years the European Association of Japanese Studies organizes an international conference which has come to be recognized as a key meeting place for specialists in Japanese Studies from around the world. This volume is based on the papers presented at the History, Politics and International Relations section: of the 1997 Budapest conference and is divided into three sections.
  

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Contents

The Image of Holland in
1
Fukuzawa Yukichi
23
Japanese Views of the
39
Perceptions ofEurope in Japanese Historiography
58
Japanese Employers Perceptions of European
77
Japanese Interest in the Ottoman Empire
95
Major Fukushima Yasumasa and His Influence
125
Military Conduct
134
Mutual Images 190439
152
Japan and Europe in the Occupation Period
193
Europe in Japans Foreign Policy
208
Opportunities and Constraints in EuroJapanese
236
The Structure of SovietJapanese Relations in
260
Index
275
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Page 258 - Joint declaration on relations between the European Community and its member states and Japan in the Hague, 18 July. Joint Press Statement (1995), Fourth Japan/EU Summit, Paris, 19 June. Julius, D. and Thomsen, S. (1988) 'Foreign-owned firms, trade and economic integration', in Tokyo Club Papers, no.
Page 258 - Asian" sources. I am grateful to panel convenors at the following conferences for giving me the opportunity to present earlier versions of several chapters: Dr. Toshiro Tanaka of Keio University, Joint Meeting of the International Studies Association and the Standing Group on International Relations of the European Consortium of Political Research, Vienna, September 1998 (Chapter 2); Dr.

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Bert Edströ m is Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Pacific Asia Studies at Stockholm University.

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