Table of contents for Japan's relations with China : facing a rising power / edited by Lam Peng-Er.

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Introduction								 i-xxvi
The Shifting Nature of Japan-China Relations after the Cold War		1-26	 Kokobun Ryosei
Domestic Sources of Japan's Policy Towards China			27-47	
Murata Koji
Japanese Writings on Post-1945 Japan-China Relations			48-77
Kamachi Noriko
4. National Mythmaking and the Problems of History			78-106
in Sino-Japanese Relations
He Yinan 
Japanese ODA Policy toward China: The New Agenda			107-130
David Arase
The Taiwan Factor in Japan-China Relations				131-164
Takagi Seiichiro
Forging New Bilateral Relations:					165-191
Japan's Sub-National Governments in China
Purnendra Jain
Building Yellow Sea Bridges:						192-217
Kyushu's Role in Sino-Japanese Relations
Glenn D. Hook
Japanese NGOs in China						218-238
Takahara Akio
10. Deputy and Debutante: The New Geometry of East Asia			239-264
 Brad Glosserman
Sino-Japanese Relations: A Malaysian Perspective			265-287
Lee Poh Ping
Sino-Japan Relations in the Russian Shadow				288-321
Gilbert Rozman

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Japan -- Foreign relations -- China.
China -- Foreign relations -- Japan.
Japan -- Foreign relations -- China -- Case studies.
China -- Foreign relations -- Japan -- Case studies.