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Dobson, H.J.
Publisher: University of Toronto
Languages: English
Types: Book
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This article has four aims: (1) to supplement an extant literature on Japan’s role in the G7/8\ud summit process by cataloguing events during the 2003 Group of Eight (G8) Summit1\ud held in\ud Evian, France, from the Japanese government’s point of view; (2) to highlight the main actors\ud involved in this process, their objectives, and the degree of success in their ability to achieve\ud these objectives at Evian; (3) to demonstrate how the Japanese government has instrumentalized\ud a multilateral forum, namely the G8, in order to pursue the resolution of what is essentially a\ud bilateral issue – the abduction of Japanese citizens by North Korean agents (racchi jiken) – a\ud strategy that it adopted in the 1990s unsuccessfully to seek resolution of the Northern Territories’\ud dispute, but is becoming increasingly evident in other areas of its foreign policy; and (4) to\ud review Japan’s traditional role in the summit as representative of Asia and discuss whether this\ud will come under threat with the limited, but nevertheless precedent-setting, participation of China\ud in the Evian Summit.
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    • 53 See Saadia M. Pekkanen, “Sword and Shield: The WTO Dispute Settlement System and Japan,” in Ulrike Schaede and William Grimes, eds., Japan's Managed Globalization: Adapting to the Twenty-first Century (New York: M. E. Sharpe, 2003), pp. 77-100.
    • 54 “Conclusions of the meeting of the G8 Foreign Ministers, Cologne”, June 10, 1999, at .
    • 55 Asahi Shinbun, June 4, 2003.
    • 56 Yomiuri Shinbun, June 4, 2003; Mainichi Shinbun, June 4, 2003.
    • 57 “Press Conference, June 3, 2003”.
    • 58 On China's possible participation in the G7/8, see John J. Kirton, “The G7/8 and China: Toward a Closer Association,” in Kirton, Daniels and Freytag, Guiding Global Order, pp. 189- 222.
    • 59 The Japan Times, May 31, 2003.
    • 60 Asahi Shinbun, May 10, 2003.
    • 61 Asahi Shinbun, May 28, 2003.
    • 62 Mainichi Shinbun, April 30, 2003.
    • 63 .Asahi Shinbun, May 27, 2003.
    • 64 Yomiuri Shinbun, September 30, 1999.
    • 65 The Japan Times, April 27, 2003.
    • 66 Interview with senior MOFA official, May 29, 2003.
    • 67 The Japan Times, June 30, 1997.
    • 68 The Japan Times, June 4, 2003.
    • 69 Interview with senior MOF official, May 22, 2003. 71 Bayne, “Impressions of the Evian Summit”.
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