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In this paper, I outline and assess the international society perspective on world politics, and identify the distinctive common ground of the leading English School writers in terms of the three dimensions of their main subject‐matter – structural, functional and historical. I focus on the...
This paper explores the logic behind US and Japanese approaches to regional security and the prospects for a more comprehensive co‐operative security order in the Asia‐Pacific. The current security order in the region bears the marks of long‐established and distinctive American and Japanese...
The United States today dominates the globe and many regional geographical subsystems in an unprecedented way, maintaining a hegemonic order that is in no way similar to the ‘anarchy’ assumed in realist analyses. The global system today is not simply unipolar; it is a hegemonic system that is...
This paper seeks to apply the idea of cosmopolitan democracy to the question of national identity in a comparative context in the European Union and East Asia. The application of the idea of cosmopolitan democracy to East Asia is constrained by a number of factors, and hence cannot be understood...
The framework, actors and issues of international politics have changed as a result of the massive effects of advances in science and technology, but the fundamental principles and organization of the international system have not been substantially altered. Science and technology are no more or...
Chinese views of Japan, both official and popular, grew more negative after the end of the cold war. From 1989 to 1993 the Japanese side bears much of the blame for failing to overcome the distrust of the Chinese people. When the major deterioration in Japan's image occurred from 1994 to 1998,...
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