Electoral Reform and National Security in Japan

Electoral Reform and National Security in Japan

From Pork to Foreign Policy

Catalinac, Amy (Australian National University, Canberra)

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias

This book is about the domestic politics of national security in Japan. It uses a mix of qualitative and quantitative approaches to show that Japanese politicians pay more attention to security issues nowadays as a result of the 1994 electoral reform, not because of China or North Korea.
1. Introduction; 2. Electoral systems, electoral strategies, and national security; 3. Measuring electoral strategies with thousands of candidate election manifestos; 4. Electoral strategies shifted from pork to policy; 5. Electoral strategies shifted to national security; 6. Electoral strategies of opposition focused on policy; 7. Impact on security policy; 8. Conclusion.
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