Bibliography

2010
Dierkes, Julian. Postwar History Education in Japan and the Germanys: Guilty Lessons. London and New York: Routledge, 2010.
Conrad, Sebastian. The Quest for the Lost Nation: Writing History in Germany and Japan in the American Century. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2010.
Komamura, Keigo. “Legitimacy of the Constitution of Japan: Redux,” 2010.
Wada, Shuichi. “Article Nine of the Japanese Constitution and security policy: realism versus idealism in Japan since the Second World War.” Japan Forum vol. 22 (2010): 405-431.
Braddick, C. W.Britain, the Commonwealth, and the Post-war Japanese Revival, 1945–70.” The Round Table 99 (2010): 371-389.Abstract
Abstract During the early post-war era, a Japanese revival was a source of profound concern to members of the Commonwealth, especially Australia and New Zealand. Britain, having abdicated the leading role in the Western Pacific to the United States, attempted to retain some influence in the region, but economic frailties and lack of Commonwealth unity undermined these efforts. Under American guidance, diplomatic, commercial and (to a lesser extent) security ties with Japan were later promoted, but elements of cooperation and competition persisted in Commonwealth relations with their former enemy. Ultimately, Britain, Australia and New Zealand placed their respective regional identities ahead of their Commonwealth loyalties. Japan took advantage of this situation to promote its own national interests. Hence, the wider aperture of the ‘Commonwealth lens’ throws into sharp relief the contours of a number of members' bilateral relationships with Japan.
Kameda, Yasutake 亀田 泰武. “Conditions for Sustainable Management of the Nation.” Macro Review 23 (2010): 35-38.
Hagström, Linus. “The Democratic Party of Japan's security policy and Japanese politics of constitutional revision: a cloud over Article 9?Australian Journal of International Affairs 64 (2010): 510-525.
et al. Lee, J. M.East Asia.” Asian Affairs 41 (2010): 299-316.
Izumikawa, Yasuhiro. “Explaining Japanese Antimilitarism: Normative and Realist Constraints on Japan's Security Policy.” International Security vol.35 (2010): 123-160.
Minohara, Tosh. “Japan In the World: Shidehara Kijuro, Pacifism and the Abolition of War, vol 1.” Pacific Affairs 83 (2010): 772-775.
Day, Stephen. “The Japanese Communist Party (JCP): Destination Unknown.” Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics vol.26 (2010): 542-570.

Pages