Bilateral Perspectives on Regional Security: Australia, Japan and the Asia-Pacific Region
William Tow, Rikki Kersten
Palgrave Macmillan, Aug 31, 2012 - Political Science - 279 pages
Introduction-- W.T.Tow & R.Kersten PART I: THE INTERPLAY OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN POLICY FACTORS Australian Foreign Policy Towards Japan: Weighing the Bureaucratic Process-- D.Walton The Koizumi-Abe Revolution in Japanese Security Policy: Normative Transformation and Democratic Maturity-- R.Kersten Japanese Domestic Politics and Security Cooperation with Australia: The Limits of 'Normalisation'-- T.Anno Japan's Misfiring Security Hedge: Discovering the Limits of Middle-power Internationalism and Strategic Convergence-- H.D.P.Envall & K.Fujiwara PART II: THE DYNAMICS OF BILATERAL SECURITY COOPERATION Regional Security Politics in East Asia: What Can Japan and Australia Usefully Do Together?-- K.Togo Japan-Australia Security Relations: A Tale of Timing-- M.Cook Japan-Australia Security Relations: Building a Real Strategic Partnership?-- T.S.Wilkins Japan-Australia Joint Security Statements and the Trilateral Strategic Dialogue: A Japanese Perspective-- E.Katahara PART III: REGIONAL AND GLOBAL RAMIFICATIONS OF INTENSIFIED BILATERALISM The Broader Context: how Australia-Japan Relations 'Fit' into Regional and Global Security Dynamics-- W.T.Tow Comparing Japanese, Australian and European Responses to 'Out-of-area' Security Challenges-- W.M.Vosse Japan, Australia and International Security Burden-sharing with the United States-- T.Satake Building a Foundation for Regional Security Architecture in the Asia-Pacific: Human Resource Development for Peacebuilding-- Y.Uesugi Security Arrangements in the Asia-Pacific: A Three-tier Approach-- R.Sahashi.
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