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Australia and Japan as global partners

Symposium on Friday tackles the present and future of important partnership.

Power politics and securitisation: the emerging Indo–Japanese nexus in Southeast Asia

China’s ascent has led to its securitisation by its neighbouring states, particularly given its precarious maritime claims in the highly strategic Indo...

Has improved daycare accessibility increased Japan’s maternal employment rate? Municipal evidence from 2000-2010

Over the past decades, female labor force participation in Japan has continued to...

Outbound opportunities

Overseas opportunities for policy students.

Abe’s fraught choice between China and the conservatives

Rescuing the relationship with China from further conflict.

Snap election belies Japan’s weak politics

Prime Minister Abe set for comfortable win in Sunday's election.

Road to success

Crawford School graduate Hiroto Yamauchi is helping Myanmar get moving again.

Japan Update economic keynote speech - The most fundamental challenge facing the Japanese economy

This keynote speech of the 2013 Japan Update will focus on the most critical issues currently facing Japan’s economy. Professor Shirakawa will begin with a rundown of the factors which influenced Japan’s low-growth during the so-called ‘lost decades’, including the bursting of the bubble economy, policy failures and deflation. He will also discuss the impact on the economy of Japan’s changing demographics and the necessary responses of lifting productivity and labour participation.

Digging into the rare earth embargo

What really happened between China and Japan?

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