This is a substantial and scholarly study of Sino-Japanese relations and the mindsets and events which go to make up the recurrent impasses of recent years. International and US involvements and aspirations are related to 20th century events including the Shenyang Incident of 2002 and the post-1995 Sino-Japanese Redress Movement. Possible future scenarios of rivalry or enmity are considered in the final chapter. With extensive references and index.
Sino-Japanese Relations: Interaction, Logic, and Transformation
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PublisherStanford University Press