Sino-Japanese Relations: Facing the Past, Looking to the Future?

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Taylor & Francis, Aug 31, 2004 - Social Science - 192 pages
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Over recent years, there has been increasing interest in the relationship between China and Japan, particularly as a way of understanding contemporary political, economic and security developments within the whole East Asia region. Caroline Rose presents a thorough, balanced and objective examination of both sides of the relationship. This will be of great interest to academics and policy-makers in the UK and US, as well as to professionals working in Chinese and Japanese communities.

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Caroline Rose is Head of the Japanese Section and Senior Lecturer in Japanese Studies at the Department of East Asian Studies, University of Leeds. Her current research interests are Contemporary Sino-Japanese relations, Japan's foreign policy, Nationalism in China and Japan, Japan and China in the Asia Pacific and the Reconciliation between China and Japan in the 21st Century.

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