Japonia: Dinamici. Tendințe – doc

Japan’s New Prime Minister Takes On Abenomics’ Legacy – FP, 12.01.22
Fumio Kishida’s new populist measures look to shrink inequality and stir a sluggish economy. By William Sposato, a Tokyo-based journalist



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For Once, Japan’s Foreign Minister Is Actually Qualified – FP, 11.11
Yoshimasa Hayashi breaks the pattern of factional appointments—but faces tough choices on China. By William Sposato, a Tokyo-based journalist


Japonia pregătește noi măsuri pentru stimularea economiei, ce implică 265 miliarde de dolari – 8.11


The Small Pacifist Party That Could Shape Japan’s Future – FP, 4.11
The Komeito party will be a key player in the new government. By Tobias Harris, a senior fellow for Asia at the Center for American Progress, and Levi McLaughlin, an associate professor in the department of philosophy and religious studies at North Carolina State University

Fumio Kishida’s Principles Are About to Be Put to the Test – FP, 4.10
Japan’s new prime minister is the moderate face of a party dominated by its right wing. By Tobias Harris

Japan’s Ruling Party Picks the Safe Option – FP, 29.09
The right lost the leadership elections, but a hawkish swing is still possible. By William Sposato, a Tokyo-based journalist


Suga’s Olympic-Sized Gamble – FP, 22.06
Backed by the G-7, Japan’s prime minister will likely go ahead with the games. How they play out will determine his survival. By Kazuhiro Maeshima, the dean of the Faculty of Global Studies at Sophia University  in Tokyo, Japan

As the Clock Ticks, Japanese Wonder If the Olympics Are Worth the Risk – FP, 8.06
Opponents are calling foul, but the data suggests the event can be pulled off. By William Sposato


The U.S.-Japan Alliance Should Pivot to China’s Human Rights Issues – FP, 22.02
Washington and Tokyo need a sharp focus in a challenging era. By Ayumi Teraoka, Elliot Silverberg, Charles Crabtree

Japan Worries About Four More Years of Trump—and About a Biden Presidency – FP, 3.11.20
Neither U.S. presidential option is great for Tokyo. By William Sposato

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