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Japan's Effectiveness as a Geo-Economic Actor: Navigating Great-Power Competition

Japan's Effectiveness as a Geo-Economic Actor: Navigating Great-Power Competition

Ward, Robert
Koshino, Yuka

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Series: Adelphi

General Political ScienceInternational RelationsMilitary Strategy

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ISBN10: 1032321393
ISBN13: 9781032321394
Publisher: Routledge
Published: Apr 8 2022
Pages: 168
Language: English

Geo-economic strategy - deploying economic instruments to secure foreign-policy aims and to project power - has long been a key element of statecraft. In recent years, it has acquired even greater salience given China's growing antagonism with the United States and the willingness of both Beijing and Washington to wield economic power in their confrontation. This trend has particular significance for Japan given its often tense political relationship with China, which remains its largest trading partner. While Japan's post-war geo-economic performance often failed to match its status as one of the world's largest economies, more recently Tokyo has demonstrated increased geo-economic agency and effectiveness.

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