Editor(s): Shin Chiba, Thomas Shoenbaum
Edward Elgar Publishing, Camberley Surrey, UK, 2008, pp. 256
This book provides scholarly Japanese and East Asian perspectives on how the September 11 2001 attack on the US changed the prospects for international peace. Other chapters explore pacifism from religious (Christian and Islamic) perspectives and also in relation to Kant's philosophy. Japan's postwar 'constitutional pacifism', and specific ways to promote peace in the 21st century are also discussed.
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