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Business, Japan, and the World in Pink: a conversation with Lionel Barber On its 26 November 2020 webinar, Japan Society chairman Bill Emmott was joined by Lionel Barber, former editor of the Financial Times, to take stock of 2020, reflect on changes in the media world and explore one of the latest ...
Zaido: Documenting a 1,300 year old ceremony Following a series of tragedies including the unexpected death of her father, her own critical accident and the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, photographer Yukari Chikura set off on a restorative pilgrimage to document the 1,300-year-old ceremony, the images from ...
‘Singleness of Purpose’: Sir Harry Parkes, British Minister to Japan, Korea and China, 1865-1885 Dr Robert Morton is a professor at Chuo University in Tokyo. He is the author of A.B. Mitford and the Birth of Japan as a Modern State (Renaissance, 2017) which won the 5th Annual Kokkiken Study Award and the forthcoming ...
WEBINAR - Security and geopolitical consequences of the US election For our 11 November webinar, Japan Society Chairman Bill Emmott was joined by two security experts, Nobukatsu Kanehara and Sir John Scarlett to take stock of geopolitics and security as an eventful 2020 draws to a close.
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WEBINAR - The US Election: Implications for International Trade As we assessed the outcome of the US presidential and congressional elections, Japan Society Chairman Bill Emmott was joined by two experts on international business, Glen S Fukushima in Washington DC and Lord Jim O’Neill in the UK, and Professor ...
WEBINAR - The Future of Democracy in the USA with David Runciman and Hitoshi Tanaka On 22 October 2020, as the US presidential campaigns entered their final phase, we weredelighted to welcome two expert observers and analysts David Runciman and Hitoshi Tanaka to join Japan Society chairman Bill Emmott to discuss the future of democracy ...
70 years in Japan’s Postwar History: Individual Memories, Collective Experiences Japan’s post-WW2 history constitutes a fascinating subject, from its remarkable economic recovery after defeat in the war, through its spectacular growth in the 1960s and 70s, to its present position as the third-largest economy in the world - as well ...
WEBINAR - Japan’s Far More Female Future with Kathy Matsui and Bill Emmott Following on from the discussion of gender equality in our July webinar, we are delighted to welcome Kathy Matsui, whose influential reports on ‘womenomics’ have shaped much Japanese government policy in recent years. Coinciding with the publication of the English ...

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