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Tokyo-Brussels Partnership

Security, Development and Knowledge-based Society


Takako Ueta and Éric Remacle

Contents: Christian Franck: Foreword – Éric Remacle/Takako Ueta: Preface – Takekazu Kawamura: Opening Address on the «Lisbon Agenda and Japan» at the Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA) International Conference – Kálmán Dezséri: The Knowledge-based Society, the New World Economy. Implications for Japan and Europe – Shinichi Emile Oka: EU Social Model Viewed from Japan. Proposal for Japan-EU Social Security Agreement – Azèle Mathieu/Bruno van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie: R&D Intensity. An Insight into the Japanese Success and the Lisbon Failure – Eiji Ogawa: AMU Deviation Indicator for Coordinated Exchange Rate Policies in East Asia – Pierre Defraigne: The Doha Development Agenda, a Cheap Round, Really? – Ryo Oshiba: Japan and the United Nations – Richard Higgott: Regionalisation, Regionalism and Institutionalism. The Prospects and Limits of Institutionalisation in East Asia – Frederik Ponjaert: Institutionalisation in East Asia after the 1997 Crisis – Sukeyuki Ichimasa: Japan’s Nuclear Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Policy. Multilateral Approaches, Regional Efforts and Region-to-Region Cooperation – Oliver Meier: The European Union’s Policy on Non-Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction – Éric Remacle: Human Security. A Platform for a Common Japan-EU Agenda? – Tsutomu Kikuchi: East Asia in Search for a Region. Redefining Japan’s Engagement – Takekazu Kawamura: Epilogue. The EU and Japan as Strategic Partners.