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A triad of another kind : the United States, China, and Japan

by Ming Zhang

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0312216076, Hardcover)

In the early 1990s, the U.S.-Chinese-Soviet strategic triangle vanished into history and, simultaneously, the U.S., China, and Japan formed their own power triad in the Asia-Pacific region. Is this another hostile strategic triangle? How do the three great powers interact with one another? Ming Zhang and Ronald Montaperto tackle these questions and present their thoughtful answers in A Triad of Another Kind. Investigating elite perception, domestic constraint, and international distribution of power, the authors find the triangular relationship full of uncertainty but not necessarily of hostility. They reveal the distinguishing characteristics of this triad, including its tendency to function as a reciprocal entity, rather than forming two-against-one relationships. A Triad of Another Kind is the first full-length work that critically examines the U.S.-China-Japan triangle, posing relevant questions and providing up-to-date analyses of this relatively new international pattern.

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