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Articles

Amako, Satoshi. “The Idea of New International Order China Is Seeking and An East Asia Community.” GIARI Working Paper, 2007 (PDF)

Asada, Sadao. “Between the Old Diplomacy and the New, 1918-1922: The Washington System and the Origins of Japanese-American Rapprochement.” Diplomatic History 30.2 (2006): 211-230. (PDF)

Hara, Kimie. “50 Years from San Francisco: Re-Examining the Peace Treaty and Japan’s Territorial Problems.” Pacific Affairs 74.3 (2001): 361- 382. (PDF)

Hughes, Llewelyn. “Why Japan Will Not Go Nuclear (Yet): International and Domestic Constraints on the Nuclearization of Japan.” International Security 31.4 (2007): 67-96. (PDF)

Lind, Jennifer M. “Pacifism or Passing the Buck?: Testing Theories of Japanese Security Policy.” International Security 29.1 (2004): 92-121. (PDF)

Midford, Paul.”Challenging the Democratic Peace?: Historical Memory and the Security Relationship between Japan and South Korea.” Pacific Focus 23. 2 (2008): 189-211.

Ohtomo, Takafumi. “Bandwagoning to Dampen Suspicion: NATO and the US Japan Alliance after the Cold War.” International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 3.1 (2003): 29-55. (PDF)

Rosenbluth, Frances McCall and Michael F. Thies. Japan Transformed: Political Change and Economic Restructuring. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2010.

Samuels, Richard J. “Securing Japan: The Current Discourse.” Journal of Japanese Studies 33.1 (2007): 125-152. (PDF)

Samuels, Richard J. “Wing Walking: The U.S.- Japan Alliance.” Global Asia 4.1 (2009): 16-21. (PDF)

Samuels, Richard J. “Japan’s Goldilocks Strategy.” Washington Quarterly 29.6 (2006): 111-127. (PDF)

Suzuki, Shogo. “Can Apology Serve as a Security Policy? Responsible Scholarship and Breaking the Chains of Negative History in Sino-Japanese Relations.” Korean Journal of Defense Analysis, 20.4(2008).319-333. (PDF)

The Tokyo Foundation. “New Security Strategy of Japan: Multilayered and Cooperative Security Strategy.” The Tokyo Foundation Policy Recommendations (2008). (PDF)