Japan and the G7/8: 1975 to 2002

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Bibliography

Newspapers and magazines

Asahi Shinbun

The Economist

Far Eastern Economic Review

The Financial Times

Hantaikyō News

International Herald Tribune

The Japan Times

Mainichi Shinbun

Nihon Keizai Shinbun

Okinawa Taimusu

Ryūkyū Shinpō

Sankei Shinbun

The Straits Times

Tokyo Supōtsu

Yomiuri Shinbun


Books, book chapters and articles
Abe Yasushi (2000a) 'Samitto "bansankai" tenyawanya' (The confusion of the summit dinner), Bungeishunjū September Special Issue: 134-41.
——(2000b) 'Samitto "bansankai" yobun' (Rumours about the summit banquet), Bungeishunjū December: 81-2.
Akaneya, Tatsuo (2000) 'The view from Japan: tasks for the G8 Kyushu-Okinawa Summit', NIRA Review 7, 2: 11-15.
Albrecht-Carrié, René (ed.) (1968) The Concert of Europe, London: Macmillan.
Amano Kazutoshi, Imai Takayoshi, Uchiyama Yōji, Kawamata Tamio, Kitamura Yukitaka, Sakata Tōichi, Shimomura Shunji, Takeshita Toshihide, Toichi Tsutomu, Fujime Kazuya, Nagano Yoshinobu, Itō Keishirō (2000) '"Samitto - shuyōkoku shunō kaigi" o megutte' (On the 'summit - meeting of the heads of state of the most industrialised nations'), 21-Seiki Fōramu 71, January: 56-63.
Antholis, William J. (2001) 'Pragmatic engagement or photo op: what will the G8 become?', Washington Quarterly 24, 3: 213-26.
Arasaki Moriteru (2000a) 'Intabyū: Okinawa o bubetsu suru "Mori hatsugen" o dō miru' (Interview: considering Prime Minister Mori's statement and the contempt it shows for Okinawa), Zenei 725 June: 15-21.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgements x
  • Abbreviations and Acronyms xii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The First Cycle, 1975-81 13
  • 2 - The Second Cycle, 1982-8 46
  • 3 - The Third Cycle, 1989-95 78
  • 4 - The Fourth Cycle, 1996-2002 108
  • 5 - Actors 140
  • 6 - Norms 165
  • 7 - Conclusions 185
  • Appendix I 190
  • Glossary 195
  • Bibliography 197
  • Index 212
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