Japanese Development Cooperation

The Making of an Aid Architecture Pivoting to Asia

Andre Asplund (Redaktør) ; Marie Soderberg (Redaktør)

The world order as we know it is currently undergoing profound changes, and in its wake, so is foreign aid. Donors of foreign aid, development assistance or development cooperation around the world are already facing new challenges in the changing development architecture. Les mer
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Om boka

The world order as we know it is currently undergoing profound changes, and in its wake, so is foreign aid. Donors of foreign aid, development assistance or development cooperation around the world are already facing new challenges in the changing development architecture. This is an architecture that globally seems to become increasingly forgiving of foreign aid as a win-win concept that also meets the donors' own national interests-something that has been an unofficial Japanese trademark for many years.


This book examines Japan's development assistance as it transitions away from Official Development Assistance and towards Development Cooperation. In this transition, the strong and reciprocal relationships between Japanese development policy and comprehensive security, diplomacy, foreign, domestic and economic policies are likely to become even more consolidated and integrated. The utilization of, and changes within, Japanese development policy therefore affects not only recipients of foreign aid but also the relationships Japan enjoys with its allies and strategic partners, as well as the relations to competing donors and rivals in the region and around the world. Japanese foreign aid as such provides an extremely interesting case from where regional and even global changes can be understood. Written by a multidisciplinary team of contributors from the fields of political science, international relations, development, economics, public opinion and Japan studies, the book sets out to be innovative in capturing the essence of the changing patterns of development cooperation, and more importantly, Japan's role in within it, in an era of great change.


This book will be of great interest to students and scholars of Japanese Politics, Foreign Policy and International Relations.

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Global Change: Japan's Role in the Making of a New Aid Architecture


Marie Soederberg


2. The Peculiarities of Japan's ODA and the Implications for African Development


Motoki Takahashi and Masumi Owa


3. Aligning Policy with Practice: Japanese ODA and Normative Values


Andre Asplund


4. The Development Cooperation Paradigm Under the "New Partnership" and its Implications for Japan's Aid


Yasutami Shimomura


5. The Securitization of Japan's ODA: New Strategies in Changing Regional and Domestic Contexts


Raymond Yamamoto


6. The US Pivot to Asia and Japan's Development Cooperation Charter


Yoneyuki Sugita


7. Japanese ODA and The Challenge of Chinese Aid in Africa


David Arase


8. The Changing Global Aid Architecture: An Opportunity for Japan to Play a Proactive Global Role?


Masumi Owa


9. Comparing Japan and the European Union: The Development Cooperation Policies of Two Civilian Powers


Bart Gaens





10. Network-based Development Cooperation as a Way Forward for Japan


Izumi Ohno


11. The Impact of Public Opinion on Japan's Aid Policy: Before and After the New Development Assistance Charter


Paul Midford


12. An Asian Aid Paradigm: Japan Leading from Behind


Andre Asplund and Marie Soederberg

Om forfatteren

Andre Asplund is a Post-doctoral Associate and Lecturer at the Program in Japanese Politics and Diplomacy, Yale University, USA.


Marie Soederberg is a Professor and the Director of the European Institute of Japanese Studies at Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden.