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CATIA V5 Baugruppen, Zeichnungen by Dieter R. Ziethen

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Kratochwil 1989: 2) Axelrod (1986) regards norms as standards of behaviour, which, if not lived up to, can result in some kind of punishment. This is a somewhat negative definition of norms – essentially, do (or equally, do not do) this or else – but still of relevance as a constraining or regulative type of norm. Kratochwil’s work, in contrast, is chiefly concerned with contract-making in a legal context and the norms that involve the language of promising. However, theoretical commitments in this discipline can hold for foreign and security policies: 30 Norms and Japan Norms are therefore not only ‘guidance devices’, but also the means which allow people to pursue goals, share meanings, communicate with each other, criticize assertions, and justify actions.

Finally, Finnemore has outlined how an international organisation, UNESCO, broke out of the Realist constraints of state control and acted as the entrepreneur of a norm which ‘held that co-ordination and direction of science are necessary tasks of the modern state’ and was able to teach ‘states the value and utility of science policy organizations’ (Finnemore 1993: 566). It is important to recognise that this collection of actors ‘can engage in practices that attempt to rewrite the cultural landscape, and their motivations for doing so might stem from principled beliefs and/or instrumental gain’ (Barnett 1999: 7).

Thus, the norm of the bilateral security relationship with the US was of crucial importance in shaping Japan’s identity and defining what Japan would and would not do. To this end, the norm of US bilateralism played the role of both shaping and constraining Japan’s behaviour. Calder’s explanatory model of Japan’s foreign policy to an extent can explain Japan’s policy in this period, with Japan in a position of reliance for its security upon the US. However, Calder’s model fails to explain the instances of Japanese activism in this early period, like gaining non-permanent seats on the UNSC and representation in other areas of the UN, the incremental increase in despatch of personnel, and involvement in conflict resolution in West Irian and Laos.

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