Japan's Role in the Cambodian Peace Settlement (1977-1993)

Published By: ORF on eSS | Published Date: January, 28 , 2011

The importance of Japan's role in Cambodia's peace settlement lies in the fact that it was one of the earliest political tasks Tokyo undertook in a region which had been known for its antipathy to Japan arising from the trauma of the Second World War. Southeast Asia posed one of the most serious challenges to Japan's post-war diplomacy, as it had to wrestle not only with the bitter legacies of the war, but also with the rigours of Cold War rivalry. [ORF Occasional Paper No. 20] URL: [http://www.observerindia.com/cms/sites/orfonline/modules/occasionalpaper/OccasionalPaperList.html]

Author(s): K.V. Kesavan | Posted on: Mar 28, 2011 | Views(505) | Download (98)


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