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Do Empty Cradles Matter? Look At Japan
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Do Empty Cradles Matter? Look At Japan
June 5, 2019

Across Europe and Asia especially, each year brings more countries hitting their lowest fertility rates in history. In South Korea, for instance, the average woman can now expect to have less than one child.

Trump’s Shambolic Japan Visit and America’s Decline
June 2, 2019

Donald Trump’s shambolic and divisive visit to Japan last weekend was yet another highlight in the growing picture of America’s decline as a nation of power and influence in Asia.

Trump’s Shambolic Japan Visit and America’s Decline
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Can Japan Join the Multipolar Revolution – or Will US Imperialism Bring It to Heel?
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Can Japan Join the Multipolar Revolution – or Will US Imperialism Bring It to Heel?
March 25, 2019

Japan, like the Europeans, should abandon its undue deference to the United States and the accompanying status as a colonial outpost.

Tokyo Middlemen Serve Washington’s Interests Negotiating with Russia
January 30, 2019

It looks like Japan is specifically targeting only the former territory that is controlled by their occupier’s boogeyman. This selective outrage is evidence to the weakness of Tokyo as a sovereign actor.

Tokyo Middlemen Serve Washington’s Interests Negotiating with Russia
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The Atomic Bombing of Japan, Reconsidered
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The Atomic Bombing of Japan, Reconsidered
January 12, 2019

Americans must strive for complete and honest analysis of the past (and present) conflicts. And if she is to remain true to her own ideals, America must strive for more noble and moral ends—in all conflicts, domestic and foreign—guided by our most cherished first principles, such as the Golden Rule.

Japan Returns to Militarism
December 17, 2018

Japan is embarking on a military spending surge which is inconsistent with the provisions of its Constitution, but entirely in line with the anti-China alliance forged by Washington

Japan Returns to Militarism
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Ghosn Crisis at Nissan Shows What’s Wrong with Abenomics
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Ghosn Crisis at Nissan Shows What’s Wrong with Abenomics
November 22, 2018

Nissan is a microcosm of a bigger problem. Just as it takes a proverbial village to raise a child, it takes an inward-looking system to enable a TEPCO, a Takata, an Olympus and a Nissan impervious to the rapidly changing global economy.

Bromance Before Business as Modi Visits Abe’s Holiday Home
October 30, 2018

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe invited Indian Premier Narendra Modi so his holiday home on Sunday in what is reportedly a diplomatic first as the two leaders kicked off their two-day summit in chummy fashion.

Bromance Before Business as Modi Visits Abe’s Holiday Home
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