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《People's Tribune.Frontiers》 2012-12
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Somewhere In Between Maintaining and Changing the World Order——On Japan's Self-contradiction and Uncertainty

Pang Zhongying Wang Ruiping  
Japan is a country filled with various contradictions and featuring obvious split national character.Due to the uniqueness of its modern national evolution,Japan maintains a very complicated relationship with the current international system and world order and when interpreting and analyzing Japan's relationship with the world,certain international order terms generated in Western countries simply do not apply.Historical positivism investigation results show that Japan is not a state of an absolute nature;rather,it is a "revisionist state" as well as a "status quo state." Under the general background of global "power transfer," Japan will undoubtedly attempt to exercise influences on the forming of a new world order so as to take up a favorable position.
【CateGory Index】: D831.3
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