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Deconstructing Japan's image of South Korea: identity in foreign policy
bookposted on 17.09.2014 by Taku Tamaki
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CONTENTS: Part I: Identity Theorising in International Relations and Social Theory - The Discourses of Identity in International Relations Theories - Identity Representation and the Context of Interactions - Part II: Historical Elaboration of Japanese Collective Identity and Japanese-Korean Relations: 1875-1989 - A Genealogy of Japaenese Identity Representation - Japanese-(South) Korean Relations in Historical Context - Part III: Japanese-South Korean Relations: 1990-1998 - The Politics of Memory in the 1990s - The Diplomatic Relations: 1990-1998 - The Economic Context of Interactions in the 1990s.
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