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KCI등재 학술저널

일본의 전후 아시아 ‘배상외교’와 역사인식

정부 간 화해의 성과와 한계

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Based on the Treaty of Peace with Japan, signed in San Francisco in September 1951, Japan entered into a reparation agreement or economic cooperation agreement with Asian countries to establish a new relationship by clearing the past. The purpose of this paper is twofold. One is to examine how the historical issues of war and colonial rule were dealt with during the normalization of relations between Japan and Asian countries in terms of intergovernmental reconciliation. The other is to analyze the contents of the three discourses published by the Japanese Prime Minister, including Murayama Statement in the context of post-war process, to derive their limits and meanings. Japan provided $ 1.5 billion in reparations or economic assistances to Asian countries until the 1970s, but with more than compensation for war and colonial rule. In other words, although Japan s economic support and cooperation contributed to the economic development of Asian countries and strengthened economic relations with Asian neighbors, as an assailant, Japan did not reflect on the damage caused by the aggressive war and colonial rule. Lack of awareness of the apology meant that it did not lead to reconciliation or building trust with Asian countries.

Ⅰ. 서론

Ⅱ. 요시다 노선과 경제중시 배상외교의 시동

Ⅲ. 기시 정권의 동남아시아 외교

Ⅳ. 일본과 한국 및 중국과의 국교정상화

Ⅴ. 일본 정부의 역사인식: 무라야마 담화에서 아베 담화까지

Ⅵ. 결론

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