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Japanese foreign intelligence and grand strategy : from the cold war to the Abe era

Japanese foreign intelligence and grand strategy : from the cold war to the Abe era (1회 대출)

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단행본
개인저자
Williams, Brad, 1969- author.
서명 / 저자사항
Japanese foreign intelligence and grand strategy : from the cold war to the Abe era / Brad Williams.
발행사항
Washington, DC :   Georgetown University Press,   2021.  
형태사항
xv, 279 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9781647120634 (hardcover) 9781647120641 (paperback) 9781647120658 (ebook)
요약
"This book probes the Japanese government's foreign intelligence institutions, practices, and capabilities across the economic, political, and military domains. Brad Williams seeks to explain the relative underdevelopment and distinctiveness of post-1945 Japanese intelligence by exploring the effects of key norms that developed from the experience of World War II and the post-war constitution: bilateralism, developmentalism, technonationalism, and antimilitarism. Japan's role as a key US ally after 1945 is also critical to understanding the functional specialties of Japan's foreign intelligence institutions, particularly in electronic and signals intelligence. Japan's post-1945 national strategy also called for the intelligence community to work hand in hand with Japanese industry to acquire industrial secrets to boost growth and development. Shifts in the international, regional and domestic policy environments in the twenty-first century have contributed to the gradual emergence of a new national security strategy, the Abe Doctrine, which is causing Japan to rethink old norms. As a result, Japan is beginning to rethink the size, shape, and purpose of its intelligence community in light of a rising China. Brad Williams draws upon English- and Japanese-language primary and secondary sources, including declassified files"--
내용주기
Introduction : Japan's Foreign Intelligence System : Toward Normalcy - Japanese Grand Strategy and Embedded Norms : From the Yoshida to an Abe Doctrine - US Covert Action in Japan : Nurturing a Bilateralism-adhering Junior Ally - Beneath the Umbrella : Bilateralism and Japanese Cold War Foreign Intelligence - Technology Quest : The Foreign Economic Intelligence System of a Developmental State - Antimilitarism, Sectionalism and Japan's Foreign Intelligence System - Reinstitutionalizing Grand Strategy and Japan's Evolving Foreign Intelligence System Conclusion : Eschewing Unorthodoxy in International Intelligence.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 237-263) and index.
일반주제명
Intelligence service --Japan. National security --Japan.
주제명(지명)
Japan --Foreign relations --1945-.
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