ソ連の平和攻勢に対する日本外務省の情報分析と対応 : 1970年代の「アジア集団安全保障構想」を事例にソ連の平和攻勢に対する日本外務省の情報分析と対応 : 1970年代の「アジア集団安全保障構想」を事例にAA12291642 Intelligence Analysys of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs Concerning Peace Offensive of the Soviet Union (1969-1974)
185 , 2016-03-31 , 北海道大学公共政策大学院 = Hokkaido University Public Policy School
The Purpose of this article is to consider the analysis of intelligence that relates to a peace offensive of the Soviet Union that the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs executed in the 1970's. In this article, an informal opinion where the diplomat in the Soviet Union, Malaysia, Singapore, India, China, Taiwan, and Bangladesh explained the collective security of Asia is examined closely. When the real intention of the Asian collective security of the Soviet Union was ascertained, the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs used the unofficial view of the diplomat in these foreign countries. The Asian collective security that the Soviet Union had proposed was actually the one to aim at encirclement toward China. And, the Asian collective security that the Soviet Union had proposed was the one including the border nonaggression principle for Japan to admit the illegal occupancy of northern territories by the Soviet Union. As a result, Japanese Government refused cooperation in the Asian collective security proposal of the Soviet Union.