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Table Of Contents
Prologue: Japan-China Relations Before 1949-Between Competitive Coexistence and Confrontation 1. Japan-China Relations of the 1950s-Forming Relations with the Two Chinas 2. Japan-China Relations of the 1960s-Caught Between the Two Chinas 3. Japan-China Relations of the 1970s-International Politics and Restructuring of Japan-China Relations 4. Japan-China Relations of the 1980s-Greater Development and Appearance of Problems 5. Japan-China Relations of the 1990s-Rise of China and Increase of Frictions 6. Japan-China Relations at the Start of the 21st Century-The Rocky Path to a Strategic Mutually Beneficial Relationship 7. The Current State of Japan-China Relations-Navigating a Fragile Relationship
Ryosei Kokubun is President of the National Defense Academy of Japan. Yoshihide Soeya is a Professor in the Faculty of Law, Keio University, Japan. Akio Takahara is a Professor at the Graduate School of Law and Politics, University of Tokyo, Japan. Shin Kawashima is a Professor at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo, Japan. Keith Krulak worked for over fifteen years as an international economist for the US government before becoming a translator.