Japan, the US, and Regional Institution-Building in the New Asia: When Identity Matters K. Ashizawa Author
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Providing a thorough and novel account of US and Japanese foreign policymaking toward regional institution-building in post-Cold War Asia, this study serves as the first comparative analysis of these two major actors in this realm of regional cooperation and demonstrates not only how but also when state identity shapes a state's foreign policy.


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