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Seeking to become a permanent Security Council members - Japan in the post-Cold War United Nations Diplomatic Studies

Author: XiaoGang
Tutor: ZhouQiPeng
School: Foreign Service Institute
Course: International relations
Keywords: A permanent member of the UN Security Council United Nations Diplomatic After the Cold War Peacekeeping Operations The reform of the Security Council Hope for success Japanese Government Financial contribution Political Thoughts Political power
CLC: D831.3
Type: PhD thesis
Year: 2001
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The Japanese government in a post-Cold War Foreign core objectives of the United Nations is seeking to become a permanent member of the UN Security Council. Japan, adhere to the foreign policy of the United Nations to pay high contributions in accordance with the provisions of the United Nations, and actively participate in United Nations peacekeeping operations, development and environmental fields of diplomacy, disarmament diplomacy, human rights diplomacy, etc., are services for the early realization of this goal. The post-Cold War political thought is an important mental preparation is the ideological foundation of Japan's diplomacy toward political power in Japan. Japan after the Japanese government in the post-Cold War diplomacy advocates of the United Nations and the Cold War political thought has close ties with like fish to water. Japan in the post-Cold War political thought following aspects: one is the \the concept of \Japan claims about the reform of the United Nations is an integral part of the 1990s, the United Nations policy, the core requirements of the reform of the United Nations, Japan is the reform of the Security Council, advocates of reform of the Security Council has always been around the real national interests of Japan that is seeking to become a permanent member of. Japan believes that the reform of the Security Council must include the expansion of permanent and non-permanent Member States. Periodic review of new permanent members, should have the right of veto to new permanent members, the Security Council should have 24 members. Claims on fiscal reform, Japan proposed the \It has two meanings, one is the pressure of the current permanent members assume more contributions to the United Nations, suggesting that Japan has been made the responsibility of the permanent members of. The new development strategy is the reform of Japan's development advocate great importance to developing countries on development issues of ownership \means \Two three types of resources of the political, economic, and military support the goals of the Japanese political power and resources to the United Nations as a direct carrier accounted for a large proportion of the United Nations diplomatic important position among Japan's political balance. Past, Japan, for their own interests, to take advantage of the economic resources of the world to improve their own economically ----- positive Flashback - back - back to the port] mouth asked back to the port to ask of mouth b. . ------ Bit now, Japan is of the view that they should be a political power, so it looked more concentrated in the world's political resources, such as the operation of the United Nations is. Its the financial contribution of the United Nations, in fact, a kind of \The goal of realism or idealism, Japan's UN diplomacy with its pursuit of political interests, economic interests, security interests are closely associated. 'Attitude towards joining the permanent members in Japan actively send and negative faction, the two factions are the grounds of national interest, but the conclusion is identical. In the modus operandi of Japan to the United Nations diplomacy during the Cold War and post-Cold War history inheritance. Japan's UN diplomacy Recalling the Cold War, its main content is, first, the center of the United Nations policy of the Cold War \Second, Kishi own nuclear policy philosophy tremendous impact on later UN policy; the third very keen to seek a variety of important positions in the United Nations system; fourth, first raised the issue of Security Council reform and trying to become a \members. \Japan in the post-Cold War United Nations diplomatic measures: first, to actively seek to play a leading role in the United Nations; proposed the concept of a nuclear-free permanent members of;, send backbone as the key institutions of the United Nations leadership positions and become a member of ; fourth, to the United Nations agencies to donate large sums of money; the fifth bilateral assistance, to seek support for Japan to join the permanent members of the; sixth, concerned about the impact of non-governmental organizations and the United Nations; seventh to win often elected non-permanent members country campaign to join the permanent members of the target; eighth attract agencies of the United Nations presence in Japan; ninth, to the United Nations put pressure on the G8 gathering strength; tenth, Model United Nations activities in the university. Japan's UN diplomacy, it has two main power base, one based on the economic power of the economic strength of the United Nations made substantial financial contribution, and the other is to seek to play a global military role in Japan to participate in United Nations peacekeeping as the core of peace operations and military contribution \Overall, Japan is the UN's largest financial contribution to one of the countries, after the United States, Japan has also provided a lot of assistance in any contributions. \problem, the second is to actively participate in United Nations peacekeeping operations, also want to reach through the participation of peacekeeping modify the purposes of section 9 of the Japanese Constitution. The former is an idealistic complex, because the United Nations has yet to achieve the establishment of the commitment of the United Nations forces, while the latter is the Japanese real the experience of the international contribution. Many motives for Japan to participate in United Nations peacekeeping operations, the first of which is Japan's largest economy to the Government and the People

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