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Issues of Theory and Practice
. Tambov: Gramota, 2015. № 6. Part 1. P. 89-93.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Political Science
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JAPAN: EVOLUTION OF GEOPOLITICAL SUBJECTNESS

Kovaleva Anastasiya Olegovna
Lomonosov Moscow State University


Abstract. The article gives the analysis of the geopolitical subjectness of Japan from 1868 up to our day. The notion of "geopolitical subjectness" is disclosed presenting the ability of the state to perform significant activity in relation to the occupied territory and neighboring territories. From being a closed country Japan becomes a subject of the world politics spreading its expansion to the territories of Korea and China. In alliance with Great Britain Japan opposes Russia. After the deterioration of relations with the USA Japan refocuses first on Russia, and then on Germany. After defeat in the World War II Japan factually loses its geopolitical subjectness. The author examines how Japan’s geopolitical subjectness changed basing on such fundamental notions of geopolitics as "expansion", "Atlanticism", "Eurasianism" and others.
Key words and phrases: геополитика, геостратегия, геополитическая субъектность, территория, Япония, экспансия, субъект мировой политики, объект мировой политики, глобальная держава, региональная держава, государство, Азиатско-Тихоокеанский регион, атлантизм, евразийство, geopolitics, geostrategy, geopolitical subjectness, territory, Japan, expansion, subject of the world politics, object of the world politics, global power, regional power, state, Asia-Pacific Region, Atlanticism, Eurasianism.
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