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Since the introduction of Deng Xiaoping's Open Door policy in 1979, the value and complexity of Sino-Japanese economic ties have grown exponentially. However, even as economic ties have developed, security relations have deteriorated as perceptions of a 'China threat' and a 're-militarised Japan' have emerged in Tokyo and Beijing. e simultaneous existence of these trends challenges international relations theory. Economic interdependence theories expect that the development of economicdoi:10.21159/nv.06.03 fatcat:oxyr2j3wtzhoxmi3zgmpsdbu6q