By Perrine C. D.
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With the growth in its economy so the expansion of its military capabilities could be witnessed. The relationship with Washington was strengthened but acquired aspects of an alliance, rather than Japan as the junior partner of the US, with the increase in host nation support. Vis-à-vis the fears of other Asian nations over a growing Japanese military role and the possibility of Japan as the next world leader, advocates of the rising state thesis could justify the expanded role of the SDF as Japan’s growing security role as part of the international community, and not a unilateral, military role.
Examples of these include human rights, abolition of slavery, and environmentalism. In these cases moral authority is important and can be regarded in the same way as military and economic capabilities as a power source (Hall 1997). It is argued that decolonisation was a principled idea that had an enormous impact on foreign policies of both the states fighting for and resisting decolonisation. The final category, causal beliefs, is defined as a consensus among policy elites to address a specific problem, like pollution or financial regulation.
The literature repeatedly points to an economic animal that eschews the use of military force to solve global human problems. Again, the metaphors of a first-rate economy, third-rate politics, economic giant, political dwarf, economism or GNP-ism readily come to mind. Equally (as seen earlier), characterisations of Japan as a ‘reactive state’, which responds to crises only in an incremental and piecemeal way, are prevalent. Yasutomo encapsulates the literature on reactivity in the following terms: Japan’s reactivity is portrayed as a congenital defect of the body politic, deeply embedded in the postwar national psyche and the policy process.
Asymmetry in the Proper Motions and Radial Velocities of Stars of Class B and Their Possible Relatio by Perrine C. D.