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Japan's International Relations focuses on three major issues: firstly, Japan's role in relation to its place in the international structure, its economic dynamism and its historical past. Secondly, how Japan's role is manifested in a number of key areas; economic, security, bilateral and regional. Thirdly, Inoguchi analyses the Japan's role in the light of the continuing US-Soviet détente, an enlarged Europe, continuing Pacific dynamism and global economic difficulties. First published in 1991, this title is part of the Bloomsbury Academic Collections series.