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Caroline Rose

In: The SAGE Handbook of Modern Japanese Studies

Chapter 26: Foreign Relations with China

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Foreign Relations with China
Foreign Relations with China
Caroline Rose

Japan's relationship with its near neighbour China is its most important bilateral relationship after the United States. Indeed, given increasing economic ties, in addition to a nascent move towards cooperation in East Asian regional affairs, the Sino–Japanese relationship may well overtake the United States–Japan relationship as Japan's paramount partnership in the next thirty years or so. The early twenty-first century represents the first period in history when both China and Japan have been politically, militarily and economically strong, dealing with each other from a (more or less) equal position. China's rise since the 1980s has prompted a great deal of interest in Japan's management of the situation, and the implications of China's rise for regional politics, and in particular regional leadership, are profound. As a result, the China–Japan ...

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