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2006 | 1 | 115-123
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Strategic Political and Economic Goals of Japan from 21st Century Perspective

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The article presents strategie, political and economic goals of Japan formulated by the govemment and supported by huge economic organizations from the perspective of the 21st century. The key element of the political goal is to become a permanent member of U.N. Security Council. On the economical front, Japan promotes an idea of creating a new supranational organization: The Economic Zone of the Eastem Asia (EZEA) as a rival to the European Union and NAFTA. The creation and development of the EZEA is crucial for the increase of the economic strength of that part of the world and, consequently, will secure Japan’s position as one of the most important economical powers on the globe.
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