Japanese Foreign Intelligence and Grand Strategy probes the unique makeup of Japanese foreign intelligence institutions, practices, and capabilities across the economic, political, and military domains. Williams shows how Japanese intelligence has changed over time, from the Cold War to the reassessment of national security strategy in the Abe Era.
Japanese Foreign Intelligence and Grand Strategy: From the Cold War to the Abe Era
List of Illustrations Acknowledgments Conventions List of Abbreviations
Introduction: Normalizing Japan's Foreign Intelligence System
1. Japanese Grand Strategy and Embedded Norms: From the Yoshida Doctrine to an Abe Doctrine2. US Covert Action in Japan: Nurturing a Bilateralism-Adhering Junior Ally3. Beneath the Umbrella: Bilateralism and Japanese Cold War Foreign Intelligence4. Technology Quest: The Foreign Economic Intelligence System of a Developmental State5. Japan's Foreign Intelligence System: The Impacts of Antimilitarism and Sectionalism6. Reinstitutionalizing Grand Strategy: Japan's Evolving Foreign Intelligence System
Conclusion: Eschewing Unorthodoxy in International Intelligence
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