"Ming Wan adds to our empirical knowledge, updating the literature on China-Japan relations, on which there has not been a major book in years, with the most complete, rounded, and thorough account in the English-language literature." - Political Science Quarterly"Vom Verlag:
This book casts doubt on many prevailing assumptions about the complex relationship between Japan and China. Based on ten years of research in the United States, China, and Japan, the author argues that the relationship is now more dispute-prone but manageable politically, and that the twto countries are more integrated economically than in prior years. Military uncertainty persists, however, and depsite increased contact between the two nations' governments, the relationship between China and Japan remains cool.
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