Cultural norms and national security : police and military in postwar Japan /
Nonviolent state behavior in Japan, this book argues, results from the distinctive breadth with which the Japanese define security policy, making it inseparable from the quest for social stability through economic growth. While much of the literature on contemporary Japan has resisted emphasis on cu...
|Published:||Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press, ©1996.|
|Series:||Cornell studies in political economy.
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