Common threats, mutually conducive goals, and institutional safeguards predict a significant security role for Japan in Southeast Asia. Yet, only recently has limited collaboration taken place. Often-cited explanations of collective memory and internal Japanese constraints are unfounded. Realism and strategic culture provide considerably more explanatory power.
Research Article| April 01 2005
The Lack of Security Cooperation between Southeast Asia and Japan: Yen Yes, Pax Nippon No
Asian Survey (2005) 45 (2): 216–240.
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Sandra R. Leavitt; The Lack of Security Cooperation between Southeast Asia and Japan: Yen Yes, Pax Nippon No. Asian Survey 1 April 2005; 45 (2): 216–240. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/as.2005.45.2.216
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