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Magazine articles on politics and society in Japan.
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June 7, 2004
Port & Tashiro
Supercomputing The race is on. Superfast computers are essential to high-level scientific research. Can the U.S. recapture the lead from Japan? mark for My Articles 106 similar articles
Summer 2004
William E. Rapp
Past its Prime? The Future of the US-Japan Alliance Over the next two to three decades, Japan will liberalize and expand its security posture in broad ways long sought by the United States, but at the same time will increasingly desire to chart its own course in foreign policy. mark for My Articles 893 similar articles
May 24, 2004
Japan's Spreading Pension Fund Scandal Expect to see a lot of red-faced Japanese lawmakers making deep bows of contrition before the television cameras soon, when Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi releases the names of all top government and Cabinet officials implicated in a wide-ranging pension fund scandal. mark for My Articles 189 similar articles
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April 12, 2004
Lita Epstein
Intel Trade Wars Turn Japanese Some Intel company offices near Tokyo were raided last week by Japan's fair trade watchdog amid charges of antitrust violations. mark for My Articles 1600 similar articles
March 1, 2004
Bremner, Tashiro & Roberts
Japan's Joyride On China's Coattails Soaring exports to the mainland are the driving force behind Japan's first sustained recovery in a decade mark for My Articles 1399 similar articles
January 12, 2004
Brian Bremner
Commentary: Japan: How To Turn An Illusory Recovery Into A Real One To halt deflation, the BOJ's Fukui must ride banks hard to get their books in order. mark for My Articles 152 similar articles
December 29, 2003
James Mehring
Japan: A Lot Of Drag On This Recovery Japanese business confidence is at levels not seen since 2000. But a strengthening yen and deflation are leaving Corporate Japan with a cautious outlook for 2004. mark for My Articles 379 similar articles
November 17, 2003
Brian Bremner
Japan: After The Vote, The Long Knives Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi is really at war with the antireformist elements within his own ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP). And that reality will linger on after Koizumi and other LDP top brass take their victory lap on Nov. 10. mark for My Articles 163 similar articles
October 20, 2003
Brian Bremner
Commentary: Currency Quid Pro Quo Japan's offer to help in Iraq means the U.S. is likely to accept a deal on the yen. mark for My Articles 772 similar articles
October 20, 2003
Chopping Up Pork Projects In Japan Fresh from his reelection as ruling Liberal Democratic Party chief, Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi is flexing his political muscle. Target No. 1 is Haruho Fujii, the reform-resisting president of Japan Highway Public Corp. mark for My Articles 102 similar articles
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