Japan

Bringing Legitimacy Back in to Neo-Weberian State Theory and International Relations

Leonard Seabrooke, ‘Bringing Legitimacy Back in to Neo-Weberian State Theory and International Relations’, IR Working Paper 2002/6, Canberra: Department of International Relations,

Hegemony, Not Anarchy: Why China and Japan Are Not Balancing US Unipolar Power

Peter Van Ness, ‘Hegemony, Not Anarchy: Why China and Japan Are Not Balancing US Unipolar Power’, IR Working Paper 2001/04, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Researc

Japanese Diplomacy: The Role of Leadership

H.D.P. Envall, Japanese Diplomacy: The Role of Leadership, Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2015.

Japan, the Indispensable Power in Northeast Asia

Published in Global Asia, 4(4) 2010: 88-95.

The 'Security Consensus' and the US military in Japan and Asia

Published in Electronic Journal of Contemporary Japanese Studies, 15(3) 2015.

'Comfort Women' Accord Requires Further Compromise

Published in Asian Currents, 21 January 2016.

Japan's Misfiring Security Hedge: Discovering the Limits of Middle-Power Internationalism and 'Strategic Convergence'

H.D.P. Envall and Fujiwara Kiichi, ‘Japan’s Misfiring Security Hedge: Discovering the Limits of Middle-Power Internationalism and “Strategic Convergence” ’, in William T.

Transforming Security Politics: Koizumi Jun'ichiro and the Gaullist Tradition in Japan

H. D. P. Envall, ‘Transforming Security Politics: Koizumi Jun’ichiro and the Gaullist Tradition in Japan’, Electronic Journal of Contemporary Japanese Studies, 20 July 2008.

Implications for Asia in Japan’s Economic Decline

H. D. P. Envall, ‘Implications for Asia in Japan’s Economic Decline’, East Asia Forum, 2(3) 2010: 28-30.

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