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“The book is a very good overview of issues related to national identity in Japan, South Korea, and China. The six-dimensional analysis offers a novel approach to the study of national identity, and the comparative study should be commended.”—Gi-Wook Shin, Director, Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center

“[T]he book is distinctive as a systematic, comparative, regionally focused, and comprehensive study. . . . Recommended.”—X. Li, CHOICE

Chapter List

Part I. The Six-Dimensional Approach
Introduction
Gilbert Rozman
1 Japanese National Identity: A Six-Dimensional Analysis
Gilbert Rozman
2 South Korean National Identity: A Six-Dimensional Analysis
Gilbert Rozman
3 Chinese National Identity: A Six-Dimensional Analysis
Gilbert Rozman
4 The East Asian National Identity Syndrome 
Gilbert Rozman

Part II. The Evolution of National Identities and the Impact of Diplomatic Challenges
Introduction
Gilbert Rozman
5 Japanese National Identity: Evolution and Prospects 
Kazuhiko Togo
6 Japan’s National Identity in Postwar Diplomacy: The Three Basic Principles
Yuichi Hosoya
7 Korean National Identity: Evolutionary Stages and Diplomatic Challenges
Gilbert Rozman and Andrew Kim
8 Unraveling National Identity in South Korea: Minjok and Gukmin
Chung-in Moon
9 China’s National Identity and Foreign Policy: Continuity amid Transformation
Jin Linbo
10. China’s National Identity in Diplomacy: Noninterference in Internal Affairs
Ming Wan

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