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Did Japan have a coherent policy toward China?
 

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    Did Japan have a coherent policy toward China? Did Japan have a coherent policy toward China? Presentation Transcript

    • History of international relationFinal reportGroup: Wowopps
    • Question Did Japan have a coherent policy toward China?
    • Outline Introduction International structural Domestic factors Leadership Conclusion
    • Introduction Sino-Japan relation and the world  Economics  Military power  Growing tension
    • Shares of global exports andimports source: Starmass Dream corporation
    • Energy Consumption Electricity Consumption Japan 963,852,000 Units: MWh/yr 4,190,000,00 China 0 US 3741485000 8,895,337,00US+PRC+JP 0 17,109,665,0 World 00 0 10,000,000,000 20,000,000,000 Source: US Energy Information Administration
    • Military ExpenditureMilitary spending in 2010 Rank Country Military % of GDP Expenditure 1 United States 687,105,000,00 4.7% 0 2 PRC 114,300,000,00 2.2% 0 6 Japan 51,420,000,000 The SIPRI Source: 1.0% Database
    • The uncertain vision towardChina Reconciliation or Opposition? American or East Asia alliance? Nuclear weapon deterrence?
    • International Structure North East Asia
    • Conflict issues National security Energy resources Nuclear Weapon Economics cooperation
    • National Security The Growing China Chinese J-10 during a test flight
    • National Security Japan-US alliance  Is US-Japan Security Treaty still work? Threat of North Korea and China  The growing military capability  Missiles aiming Taiwan Limited SDF
    • Energy Resource Thirst for energy Mutual demand for Siberia pipeline Oil and gas under East China Sea lead to territorial confrontation
    • Nuclear Weapon US nuclear umbrella Deterrence or elimination of threat?
    • EconomicsSource: Ministry of Export, Trade and Industry and Fundsupermart.comCompilations
    • Domestic factors PUBLIC Anti-war sentiment after WW2 decrease. Economic superpower. Defeat in Gulf war.>>>Seek for hegemony in the world. Development of China
    •  LDP(the Liberal Democratic Party) Follow the US + Conservative attitude. 1972 Japan established diplomatic relations with PRC 1978 The Sino-Japanese treaty of peace and friendship LDP was replaced by DPJ(the Democratic Party of Japan) in 2009.
    • Leadership Junichiro Koizumi 2001/4/26-2006/9/26 Textbook issue Visit the Yasukuni Shrine every year. Sent the SDF to Iraq to support the US force. Bush’s attitude and reaction.
    •  Shinzo Abe 2006/9/26-2007/9/26 no visit to the Yasukuni Shrine Strengthen the SDF. 2006/10/8 “Ice-thawing” visit to China “Value oriented diplomacy”, “The arc of freedom and prospects”--US, Australia and India.
    •  Yasuo Fukuda 2007/6/26-2008/9/24 2007/12 “Spring- heralding” visit to China 2008 “The Sino-Japanese Joint Statement on all-round promotion of strategic and mutually beneficial
    •  Yukio Hatoyama 2009/5/16-2010/6/4 DPJ East Asia Community Naoto Kan2010/6/4~
    • Japan turn back to the Asia Balance between the US and Asia. Regional cooperation-- economic, political and cultural. US-China relationship. Unstable government. History issue. Senkaku island.
    • Conclusion Stability of East Asia and the world  Multilateral contact  US-Japan-China Energy Consortium  Ministerial-level dialogue  Economic Relations Group
    • Thanks for listening  Any question?