China emerges as a rising power. Japan seems to be declining. It is the first time in 150 years since the Opium War and First Sino-Japanese War in the 19th century that Japan faces a strong China. Japan enjoyed a leading role in Asia for the last century, but is now required to respond to China’s rising influence correctly and wisely by mobilizing it’s total powers and attractiveness. This book analyzes Japan’s past and current status vis-à-vis China’s in Malaysia. The book compares influences of Japan and China as comprehensively as possible from multi-dimensions, including political, security, economic, cultural and other soft power aspects. It finally recommends a restructuring of Japan’s foreign policy towards Malaysia in order to create a solid platform for future Japan-Malaysia relations while China’s emergence is one of the greatest common diplomatic challenges in our times.
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