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  • Overall Demise Of Japan's National Economy
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    During the 1980's, Japan had one of the most profitable and efficient economies in the world. But a recent recession has forced Japan to make changes and pushed them back, out of the realm of being an economic superpower. This leaves just one question; when analyzing Japan's strengths and weakness, is it likely for them to return to the economic status they enjoyed during the 1980's The answer is no. Because of Japanese false illusions, increasing national debt and deflation, combined with other...
  • National Diet The Constitution Of Japan
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    Introduction Japan is a country located in the southeast region of Asia. It lies between the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Japan. The current population is estimated at 126.6 million people. The capital city, Tokyo, houses 7.9 million people. Other major cities include Kobe, No goya, and Yokohama. The city of Nagano was host to the 1998 Winter Olympics. The only atomic bombs used in war fell upon the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Mt. Fuji, with an altitude of 12,388 feet, lies in the...
  • Japan From Communism After The Occupation
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    For many Americans WWII started on the morning of December 7, 1941 according to FDR, A day that will live in infamy. That was the day that the Japanese attacked our naval base in Hawaii, Pearl Harbor, and destroyed most of our Pacific fleet. For the Japanese however their war began many years earlier. Some say it began on September 18, 1931. The Japanese staged an explosion on the South Manchurian Railroad. They blamed it on the Chinese and used this as an excuse to seize all of Manchuria. This ...
  • Japan's Economic Growth
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    The Economic Effect on Japan during Post World War IIJapan's economy was greatly affected by the atomic bombs dropped on both Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Japan's economic recovery as a result of this incident transformed Japan's economic growth which has become known as the " Economic Miracle". The bombs caused Japan to reconstruct many more facilities in which the economy moved forward. The Economic Planning Agency, which used to be known as the Economic Stabilization Board, helped Japan to become ...
  • 018 Radio Stations In Japan
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    Japanese media overview Physically, the mass media in Japan are quite similar to those in any developed nation, although perhaps somewhat more advanced. In organizational structure, however, Japanese media are unique. Individual elements of the Japanese media mix may resemble counterparts in other nations, but the combination is purely Japanese. The primary characteristics of Japanese mass media are the influence of the national daily newspapers and the Japan Broadcasting Corporation (Nihon Hoso...
  • Geographic Features Effect
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    Geographic Features of A Region Has Important Effects on Development The geographic features of a nation or region have an important effect on the development of that nation or region. This effect is apparent in many in cases such geographic features as Japan being a group of islands or archipelago and the rain forest in Latin America. This essay will describe the effects of these features on there nation. Japan is a group of islands called an archipelago. This influences the development of Japa...
  • Leader Of The Military Occupation Of Japan
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    World War II took place beginning at 1939 and ending in 1945. Japan was the last opposing country to surrender to the US Allies on September 2nd, 1945. Ending the long, horrific seven-year war. Upon Japan's admitted defeat, the U.S. invaded and took occupation of the country for seven years. Though assumed to be a distressing circumstance and expected total domination, it was a benefit to Japan, for the United States to take control of them, rather than being a disadvantage. The occupation helpe...
  • War Between China And Japan
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    What was Japan planning to do that led them to attack Pearl Harbor on December 7 1941? Japan was going through a hard time like every other nation, but Japan wasn't going to go down with this depression easily. Japan thoughts of expanding their economy to the other parts of Asia where there would be more resources that can help their economy get back up. But doing so will cause a confrontation with other nation that rule over parts of Asian countries, like the United States. Because of this, the...
  • Nation Of Japan
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    United Nations Reform Many of the UN's functions and responsibilities have come under weighty circumstances. For example, the delegation of revenue to it's ramifications and the standard of which "who" will "maintain" a seat on the security council are two of the main topics. First off, financing the United Nations 15 specialized agencies, the UN itself, and roughly 9,000 staff members (of which 40% are of professional grade) with the "Regular Budget" is a problem that continues to be major thre...
  • Chairman Of The National Assembly Of Vietnam
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    The National Assemblies and governments of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) highly value the role played by Japan, President of the ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Organisation (AIPO) Nguyen Van An has said. Mr An, also chairman of the National Assembly of Vietnam, was speaking at a welcoming ceremony upon his arrival in Tokyo on May 27 for a five-day official visit to Japan as guest of the Japanese House of Councillors. Japan plays an important role in promoting ASEAN peace, stabili...
  • Advice From Other Nations
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    Creative Writing: Newly Independent Nation Seeks Advice From Other Nations. S. Period 424-Oct-96 A newly independent nation is seeking advice from other nations as it establishes its domestic policies on a variety of issues. Some of the nations and policies are Japan and there education system, Israel and, and England's health care system. The first area in which the nation is seeking advise is in the area of education. They are seeking advise from Japan. Japan puts much stress on its education....
  • Japanese Hostile To Japan
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    "Restore the Emperor Expel the Barbarians": The Causes of the Showa Restoration Son no joi, "Restore the Emperor and expel the Barbarians", was the battle cry that ushered in theShowa Restoration in Japan during the 1930's. Footnote 1 The ShowaRestoration was a combination of Japanese nationalism, Japanese expansionism, and Japanese militarism all carried out in the name of the Showa Emperor, Hirohito. Unlike theMeiji Restoration, the Showa Restoration was not a resurrection of the Emperor's pow...
  • Economically Expanding Japan
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    Akira Iriye in his book Pearl Harbor and the Coming Pacific War strives to "give students a deeper and more nuanced understanding of what the world was like in the late fall of 1941 and what forces produced the Pearl Harbor tragedy". He argues these forces consisted of political, economic, and military components that led irrepressibly to conflict regardless of the skill or incompetence displayed by national leaders. The powerful nations involved in the escalation to December 7th were all operat...
  • Efficient Modernisation Trend By The Japanese
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    The small island nation of Japan, after the end of its isolation policy in 1854, took many steps in modernising itself, and for a number of movi tives. Two distinct periods of modernisation are in the era of the Tokugawa shogunate and then the Meiji Restoration. A strong nationalism and the desire to compete and prove their worth to the West also assisted Japans modernisation. The Japanese, in addition, modeled their navy on that of the British, thier army from Germany and their industry from va...
  • Japanese Army In Manchuria
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    Manchuria, in northeast China, was rich in natural resources and suitable for agriculture. Japan had been eyeing this territory for a long time and wanted its resources. The Japanese saw its take-over at the first step to a probable occupation of China. In 1905, Japan had defeated Russia and had taken over Russia's economic and railway rights in Manchuria in agreement with the peace treaty. The Japanese army, stationed in Manchuria to defend Japan's interest, had long harboured the thought of co...

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