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Russia and North-East Asia

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Russia and North-East Asia by Chikahito Harada
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Russia has recently strengthened its diplomatic relations with its North-east Asian neighbours - China, Japan, and North and South Korea. But without much more reform at home, Russia will be neither attractive as a partner nor live up to its full potential. The author shows how SinoRussian detente has effectively stalled, although Russian arms sales to Beijing are of growing concern to the West. He asserts that Russia remains excluded from the great-power politics surrounding the Korean Peninsula, and that, while Russo-Japanese relations are improving, they remain bedevilled by Russia's domestic problems. Chikahito Harada assesses the reasons for Russia's policy towards North-east Asia and offers key policy recommendations.

Author Biography

Chikahito Harada is currently Counsellor at the Japanese Embassy, London. He wrote this paper while a Research Associate at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in 1996-1997, on secondment from Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs where he was Director of the Russian Division. The views expressed in this paper are the author's own and should not be taken to represent those of the Japanese government.
Release date Australia
February 14th, 2005
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Oxford University Press Inc
Pages
120
Dimensions
156x234x4
ISBN-13
9780198294023
Product ID
1737836

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