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Japan and China in Global Governance and East Asian International Relations
|關鍵字:||全球治理;日本外交;中日關係;東亞區域治理;global governance;Japanese foreign policy;Sino-Japanese relations;East Asian governance||Project:||全球政治評論, Issue 63, Page(s) 29-64||摘要:||
Why are emerging powers participating in global governance? What are the implications of their participation in global governance for regional international relations? This paper, trying to answer these questions through a case study of Japan and China. The paper adopts a comparative analysis method to compare the causes and processes of Japan and China's participation in global governance and summarize their respective characteristics. The paper finds that both China and Japan started to participate in global governance under internal and external pressure. Improving international status was their consistent goal during the entire processes. The main difference between the two countries is their national identity and attitude toward the universal value. In East Asia, in order to compete in a favorable position, both sides are exaggerating their differences to a certain extent, consequently, leads to a farther distance between the two sides on regional governance issues.
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