US hegemony and the origins of Japanese nuclear power : the politics of consent

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Kelly, Dominic;

This paper deploys the Gramscian concepts of hegemony and consent in order to explore the process whereby nuclear power was brought to Japan. The core argument is that nuclear power was brought to Japan as a consequence of US hegemony. Rather than a simple manifestation... View more
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