Pages tagged by "Australia and Japan in the Region"

Global economic uncertainty and Japan’s leadership in the Asia Pacific

Japan has found itself assuming new and unusual leadership responsibilities in the Asia Pacific as it deals with the rise of protectionism in the United States and parts of Europe.

Recharging Japan’s energy policy

Japan is moving too slowly to cut its greenhouse gas emissions.

Abe and Trump’s friendship without benefits

On 17–18 April 2018, US President Donald Trump met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The pair’s personal rapport was emphasised throughout Abe’s visit to the United States.

Political dynasties dominate Japan's democracy

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Will the seniority rule wreck Abe’s wage rise?

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Explaining one-party dominance in Japanese politics

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Goldilocks and the three bears in Japan

The Japanese economy is in very good shape. As Goldilocks would say, everything seems ‘just right’. But for Japan just as for Goldilocks, the three bears are on their way back home.

Empowering the women of Japan

Today, many Japanese business leaders recognise women’s empowerment as critical for corporate growth and have started responding on a scale the country hasn’t seen before.

Japan’s elusive dream of ‘contestable party politics’

Japan went to the polls on Sunday for a snap election in the lower house which saw Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) once again cruise to victory.

Abe shuffles his pieces for the political endgame

It looks as if Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is fighting for his political endgame, but his pet policy Abenomics is coming under increasing pressure on a number of fronts.


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