Tag Archives: Shinzo Abe

Japan — Viewed from Above

Abenomics is widely hoped to provide an economic turnaround for Japan. But is the prime minister focusing on the right issues?

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Cockpit Lesson for Korea and Japan

Should the Asiana Airlines crash in San Francisco be seen as an opportunity to rethink Asia’s overemphasis on hierarchy?

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Japan: Stuck in Neutral

Abe pivots between nationalists and modernity, big government and small government factions.

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Japan: Is That Really The Third Arrow?

Does the third arrow of "Abenomics" miss the target in ending Japan’s stagnation?

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The China-Japan-Korea Triangle

Do the ghosts of Northeast Asia’s past imperil the region’s future stability and prosperity?

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Japan Votes to Go Back to the Future

Who is more fundamentally opposed to real reforms, Japanese politicians, Japanese voters — or both?

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From Globalization to Localization?

Despite the booming world economy, why are rich countries starting to feel squeezed by globalization?

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