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URL :  Japan's Silk Road Diplomacy
Author : Christopher Len - Uyama Tomohiko - Hirose Tetsuya
Detail : eBook Edition: 2008

This volume started with a simple idea to reflect on Japan’s role in Central Asia since the Central Asian republics gained independence following the collapse of the Soviet Union. Japan has been involved in Central Asia since the early 1990s but its role has largely been overshadowed by the activities of other more prominent external actors that operate in the region, the key ones being Russia, China and the United States. (From Author)

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Key Abbreviations - Preface - Executive Summary - Part I: Japan’s New Role in Central Asia - Part II: Japan-Central Asian Relations in the Global and Regional Contexts - Part III: Economic Aspects of Japan-Central Asian Relations - Part IV: Closing Chapter

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