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Magazine articles on politics and society in Japan.
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Chemistry World
August 23, 2011
Hiromi Kuramochi
Japanese government opens dialogue with public The earthquake has led the Japanese government to reconsider the way it communicates science to the public mark for My Articles 401 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
August 2011
Peter Fairley
Japan Faces Post-Fukushima Power Struggle Crisis transforms renewable energy bill into an antinuclear symbol in Japan. mark for My Articles 515 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 11, 2011
Hiromi Kuramochi
Japanese Universities Plot Slow Recovery Four months have passed since the earthquake and subsequent tsunami devastated the east coast of Japan. And while rebuilding is now under way, progress at the local level is slow and impeding the recovery of universities in the disaster-stricken area. mark for My Articles 141 similar articles
June 9, 2011
Tom Keene
Tom Keene Talks to Morgan Stanley's Stephen Roach Morgan's non-executive chairman for Asia discusses the U.S., China, and Japan mark for My Articles 293 similar articles
The Motley Fool
May 20, 2011
Jared Cummans
Friday's ETF to Watch: iShares MSCI Japan Small Cap Fund Today, the Bank of Japan releases its interest rate decision. How will this ETF react? mark for My Articles 351 similar articles
May 12, 2011
Sato & Kawamoto
Post-Quake Stimulus from Japanese Banks But radiation concerns may limit rebuilding, even as banks are lending to encourage companies to remain in Fukushima. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
Investment Advisor
May 1, 2011
Savita Iyer-Ahrestani
Shared Sorrow, Shared Strength: Rebuilding Japan Japan's string of disasters will demonstrate the unyielding strength of the people and the country's opportunity for growth mark for My Articles 685 similar articles
April 21, 2011
Charles Graeber
After the Tsunami: Nothing to Do but Start Again On Mar. 11, the city of Kamaishi on Japan's northern coast, home of the world's biggest breakwater, had another brush with extinction. Here's how it survived. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
April 21, 2011
Chu & Ishikawa
A Real Estate Plunge on Tokyo's Waterfront? Tokyo Bay area real estate prices may fall 10 percent in 2011 on worries about housing built on reclaimed land in quake-prone Japan. mark for My Articles 90 similar articles
April 14, 2011
Dexter Roberts
China Needs Nuclear Power -- and Regulations The Fukushima disaster is not slowing down the Chinese industry, which plans to build 10 reactors a year mark for My Articles 238 similar articles
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