Ghaussy, Saadollah (1998) Japan and the European Union. ZEI Discussion Papers: 1998, C 12. [Discussion Paper]
[Introduction]. Japan-E.U. relations have taken new and important dimensions in the decade of the 90s, exactly since the Hague declaration of 1991. If Japan-E.U. relations up to the Maastricht treaty were mainly dominated by economic and trade issues and trade deficit with its visibility and political sensitivity, the period since the Hague joint declaration of July 1991 could be noted as strengthening their cooperation and partnership in different areas. Conscious of their common attachment to freedom, democracy, the rule of law, human rights and a common attachment to the promotion of free trade and market principles, both sides have decided to strengthen their cooperation and partnership in different areas in order to meet the challenges of the future.
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