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Resolving and Transforming Conflicts: An Empirical Study of Track II/III Diplomacy and Its Interplay with Track I Diplomacy in Sino-Japanese Relations Since the End of WWII

Zhang, Xiaodan (2009)
Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies, Lund University
Abstract
The purpose of this thesis is to shed light on the role of Track II and Track III diplomacy as a means to shape Sino-Japanese relations. It studies the Track II and Track III diplomacy and its interplay and interrelations with Track I diplomacy in Sino-Japanese relations since the end of the WWII. It analyzes the function of Track II and Track III (or non-governmental) diplomacy and their interrelations with Track I diplomacy in resolving and transforming conflicts both empirically and theoretically. The non-governmental relations between China and Japan since the end of the WWII have been chosen as empirical studies. Liberalism and critical theory have been applied and studied theoretically.
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author
Zhang, Xiaodan
supervisor
organization
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
Track I, Track II and Track III Diplomacy, Sino-Japanese Relations, Liberalism, Critical Theory, Civil Society, NGOs, Institutions
language
English
id
1474702
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2009-09-17 15:50:31
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this thesis is to shed light on the role of Track II and Track III diplomacy as a means to shape Sino-Japanese relations. It studies the Track II and Track III diplomacy and its interplay and interrelations with Track I diplomacy in Sino-Japanese relations since the end of the WWII. It analyzes the function of Track II and Track III (or non-governmental) diplomacy and their interrelations with Track I diplomacy in resolving and transforming conflicts both empirically and theoretically. The non-governmental relations between China and Japan since the end of the WWII have been chosen as empirical studies. Liberalism and critical theory have been applied and studied theoretically.},
  author       = {Zhang, Xiaodan},
  keyword      = {Track I,Track II and Track III Diplomacy,Sino-Japanese Relations,Liberalism,Critical Theory,Civil Society,NGOs,Institutions},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Resolving and Transforming Conflicts: An Empirical Study of Track II/III Diplomacy and Its Interplay with Track I Diplomacy in Sino-Japanese Relations Since the End of WWII},
  year         = {2009},
}