Publisher Description

China and Japan are currently experiencing an extremely difficult period in their relationship, and rising tensions over the East China Sea (ECS) are producing a series of negative actions and reactions. Why and how has the ECS become a source of conflict and insecurity, and why have tensions escalated in recent years? Can the challenges posed by the current tensions be turned into opportunities to take China-Japan relations into a more positive direction? Dr. Cui’s lecture addressed these questions, placed China-Japan relations within emerging regional and international contexts, and offered some policy suggestions for the future.

GENRE
Nonfiction
RELEASED
2013
August 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
6
Pages
PUBLISHER
Sagamore Institute
SELLER
Sagamore Institute
SIZE
74.8
MB

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