Tag Archives: Shinzo Abe

War and Peace in Asia: There Are Always Choices

China is becoming a global power. Can it break the bellicose pattern set by all previous rising global powers?

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Asia’s Scramble for Africa: Who Woos Best?

China and Japan wage a charm offensive to win access to Africa’s resources.

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Japan: Still Not Owning Up to Its Dark History

Prime Minister Abe’s fourth arrow should be a credible national apology.

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Going Backwards in Japan

Say goodbye to a system that was equitable and among the fairest in the world.

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Japan and Germany: Two Sides of Nuclear Reality

Japan is simply squandering an opportunity to break new ground after Fukushima.

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Olympic Dreams, Tokyo Style

An inward-looking culture must embrace the Olympic spirit of performance and openness to reinvent itself.

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Japan and Weimar

How are Japanese nationalists trying to change the constitution "without anyone noticing"?

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East Asia: Leaving Postwar Angst Behind

Can East Asia move past 19th century-style territorial disputes over small islands?

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India and Japan: Partners in Regional Stability?

Can India and Japan become bookends in Asia for regional stability?

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A Real Stimulus For Japan

In designing stimulus programs, how about addressing real and neglected needs of Japan’s population?

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