9780892063994

Memory and History in East and Southeast Asia

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  • ISBN13:

    9780892063994

  • ISBN10:

    0892063998

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2002-01-01
  • Publisher: Center for Strategic & Intl studies

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Summary

What individuals and countries remember and what they forget, and why, tell much about their current values, perceptions, and even aspirations. In this volume international specialists and practitioners from Europe, Asia, and the United States illuminate through sometimes-conflicting interpretations the issues of "remembering and forgetting" that are shaping today's strategic alignments in East and Southeast Asia. The analysis covers how Japan, South and North Korea, China, Southeast Asian countries such as Indonesia and Malaysia, and the United States use memory and history to define their national sense of self and structure their international relations.

Table of Contents

Preface vii
I ISSUES AND STRUCTURES 1(44)
Remembering and Forgetting: But Will the Past Forget about Us?
3(13)
Volker Stanzel
Remembering the United States: Diverging Global and Local Memories?
16(10)
David E. Sanger
A Clash of Histories: ``Remembering and Forgetting'', Issues, Structures, and Strategic Implications
26(19)
Gerrit W. Gong
II REGIONAL ISSUES AND STRUCTURES 45(102)
CHINA-JAPAN
Historical Remembering and Forgetting in Sino-Japanese Relations
47(18)
Tatsumi Okabe
Memory and Perception: The Chinese Thinking of Japan
65(21)
Wu Xinbo
KOREA-JAPAN
Remembering and Forgetting: Japan-Korea Dimensions
86(15)
Hajime Izumi
Remembering Japan and North Korea: The Politics of Memory in South Korea
101(12)
Hahm Chaibong
Kim Seog-gun
SOUTHEAST ASIA
Indonesia and the Problem of Remembering and Forgetting
113(21)
Rizal Sukma
Remembering and Forgetting: Directions for Malaysia's Future
134(13)
Abdul Razak Baginda
III HISTORY AND IDENTITY 147(58)
Community and Isolation; Memory and Forgetting: China in Search of Itself
149(24)
Anne F. Thurston
Japanese Security Orientation: A Psychological Aspect
173(18)
Yoshiya Muto
Remembering and Forgetting: The U.S. Role in the Asia Pacific at the Turn of the Century
191(7)
Ambassador Shunji Yanai
Remembering and Forgetting: The U.S. Role in the Asia Pacific at the Turn of the Century
198(7)
Ambassador Lee Hong-koo
Index 205(8)
About the Contributors 213

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