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"This work is highly important. Sino-Japanese relations are becoming increasingly problematic and have profound implications for Asian and global security and stability. Ming Wan's work presents a wealth of empirical material in a clear and readable fashion, with an analytical argument that is sophisticated and subtle."—Mike Mochizuki, George Washington University

"This book advances well beyond existing publications in its breadth of coverage of Sino-Japanese relations and in its depth of understanding of how and why they have been changing. It is exceptionally balanced, drawing on unprecedented research into both Chinese and Japanese reasoning and combining the two effectively."—Gil Rozman, Princeton University

Chapter List

List of Tables and Figures
Acknowledgments
Note on Personal Names, Place Names, and Transliteration
List of Abbreviations
1 Introduction: Studying Sino-Japanese Relations
Part I Patterns and Trends
2 Political and Security Interactions
3 Economic and Sociocultural Interactions
Part II Explanations
4 The 1972 System
5 Objectives and Approaches
6 Players, Emotions, and National Identity
7 The United States, Japan, and China
8 Systemic Explanations
Part III Cases
9 Koizumi's Visits to the Yasukuni Shrine
10 Adjustment of Official Development Assistance Policy
11 The Shenyang Incident
12 The Sino-Japanese Redress Movement
Part IV Conclusion
13 Conclusion: An Emerging Sino-Japanese Rivalry
Notes
Index

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