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Cultures of Antimilitarism

Cultures of Antimilitarism

National Security in Germany and Japan

After suffering crushing military defeats in 1945, both Japan and Germany have again achieved positions of economic dominance and political influence. Yet neither seeks to regain its former military power; on the contrary, antimilitarism has become so deeply rooted in the Japanese and German national psyches that even such questions as participation in international peacekeeping forces are met with widespread domestic opposition. In Cultures of Antimilitarism: National Security in Germany and Japan Thomas Berger analyzes the complex domestic and international political forces that brought about this unforeseen transformation.

Cultures of Antimilitarism
National Security in Germany and Japan
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$30.00
Publication Date: 2003
Status: Available
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Trim Size: 6.5" x 9.5"
Page Count: 272 pages
ISBN: 9780801872389