The Wilsonian moment: Japan 1912–1952

@article{Inoguchi2018TheWM,
  title={The Wilsonian moment: Japan 1912–1952},
  author={T. Inoguchi},
  journal={Japanese Journal of Political Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={19},
  pages={565 - 570}
}
  • T. Inoguchi
  • Published 2018
  • Political Science
  • Japanese Journal of Political Science
Abstract The aim of this special issue is to give a new spin to the study of the impact of the liberal Wilsonian moment on Japan, with a focus on the interwar period in a broader historical span. The Wilsonian liberal international order encompasses its fledgling (1914–1945), formative (1945–1952), competitive (1952–1989), and maturity (1989–2018) periods. In this special issue, the four articles deal with the first and second periods. Yutaka Harada and Frederick Dickinson adopt this longer… Expand
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