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Introduction: The Meaning of the East Asian Maritime History—From a Japanese Perspective

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War and Trade in Maritime East Asia

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In recent years, research on Asian maritime history has become more active. This book is also the result of an international research project, “Conflict and Diplomacy in Maritime East Asia During the 16th and 17th Centuries” (Principal Investigator: Gakusho Nakajima; 2017–2021).

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    Haneda Masashi, “Japanese Perspectives on ‘Global History’”, Asian Review of World Histories 3:2 (July 2015), 219–234.

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    Hirakawa Arata, Sengoku Nihon to Daikokaijidai, Tokyo: Chukoshinsho, 2018.

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    Momoki Shiro, Yamauchi Shinji, Fujita Kayoko, and Hasuda Takashi, eds. Kaiiki Ajiashi Kenkyu Nyumon (A Research Guide to Maritime Asian History). Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, 2008.

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Oka, M. (2022). Introduction: The Meaning of the East Asian Maritime History—From a Japanese Perspective. In: Oka, M. (eds) War and Trade in Maritime East Asia. Palgrave Studies in Comparative Global History. Palgrave Macmillan, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-7369-6_1

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