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Bush, Richard C., 1947-
The perils of proximity : China-Japan security relations / Richard C. Bush
Alternate Title China-Japan security relations
Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution Press, c2010
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 4th Floor  UA845 .B88 2010    AVAILABLE
Subject Japan -- Military relations -- China
China -- Military relations -- Japan
Subject(s) National security -- Japan
National security -- China
Physical Description x, 421 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 319-407) and index
Contents Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Prologue : Japan-China military conflict in the 1930s -- China-Japan relations : a brief review -- Explaining the downturn -- Navies, air forces, coast guards, and cyber warriors -- Points of proximity and friction -- Features of China's and Japan's military institutions -- Decisionmaking in China -- Decisionmaking in Japan -- The Chinese politics of PRC-Japan relations -- The Japanese politics of PRC-Japan relations -- The Chinese and Japanese systems under stress -- Implications for the United States -- What to do?
Summary "Explores the factors underlying the security dilemma confronting Japan and China despite their positive economic interaction, including China's growing military capability, the Japan-U.S. security alliance, and issues such as Japan's occupation of China in the mid-twentieth century and rights in the East China Sea"--Provided by publisher
Alternate Author Brookings Institution

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