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Mongolia in Japan’s Eurasian Policy (1997 - 2017)

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The paper proposed deals with the history of Japanese-Mongolian relations over the period between 1997 and 2017 in the context of Eurasian diplomacy adopted by the Hashimoto cabinet in 1997. The paper on the evolution of the twenty-year bilateral political, economic and security cooperation, aligned with Eurasian policy and developed from “soft power” to “smart power”, focuses on the analysis of the Hashimoto Ryutaro, Koizumi Junichiro and Abe Shinzo administrations approaches.

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M. N. Malashevskaya
Saint Petersburg State University
Russian Federation


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Malashevskaya M.N. Mongolia in Japan’s Eurasian Policy (1997 - 2017). Russian Japanology Review. 2018;1(1):55-71.

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