Dr. Amy Catalinac and Dr. Amy King dissect the modern China-Japan relationship and how it has evolved since World War II. Dr. Catalinac sets forth the idea that Japan's electoral system gave politicians an incentive to ignore international relations, so it did not pay much attention to foreign threats. Dr. King explains that China is reliant on Japan for help expanding its own capacities, yet it sees Japan's greater strength as a potential threat.
Sino-Japanese Relations: Old Enmities and New Rivalries
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