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Japan s Changing Political Economy-Domestic Roots of Changing International Relations

Japan's Changing Political Economy Domestic Roots of Changing International Relations E Sridharan From a broad Indian policy perspective, an understanding of Japan's emerging foreign relations, especially economic relations, with the economically dynamic but politically fluid post-cold war Asia-Pacific region is extremely important. However, any analysis of Japan's emerging international role needs necessarily to be rooted in an in-depth understanding of its domestic political economy and industrial policy regime. This paper discusses the changes in Japan's economic and political system over the past decade and more.

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