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Global Japan
DEC 5, 2018

Preventing a Global Trade War: Is It Too Late?

Under President Donald Trump’s “America First” policy, the US has sought major trade renegotiatiations, including deals with the EU, negotiations with China, and NAFTA. Many traditional alliances are becoming fractured….

Global Japan
JUN 12, 2018

A War No Country Can Win

…headlined in breaking news and the global stock markets predictably took a hit. If indeed this trade conflict is escalated to a trade war, no country will emerge a winner….

Global Japan
DEC 13, 2017

Free Trade: How to Push Against the Rise of Protectionism?

Despite the US withdrawal from the TPP, trade agreements remain high on the political agenda. Prime Minister Abe is still seeking to promote trade with Japan, and an open trading…

Global Japan
NOV 27, 2017

A Softer Brexit? Overreaching EU? A Weaker Europe? UK, French and German Perspectives

Last year’s Brexit vote in June seemed to widen a crack in the foundation of the EU, beginning with the…

Global Japan
NOV 6, 2017

A “Trump-Abe” Special Relationship? The State of Japan-US Relations

While President Trump touts “America First,” Prime Minister Abe seeks a proactive Japan that will “shine in the center of…

Global Japan
JUL 18, 2017

Glen S. Fukushima: “US-Japan Cooperation”

Renowned trade expert and US-Japan specialist Glen S. Fukushima shares his insights on the bilateral relationship. Mr. Fukushima is known as “one of the most effective trade negotiators between the…

Career Success
OCT 20, 2016

Donald Trump: His Strategy and Implications for Businesses

Mark Kennedy explains the impact of what a US President Donald Trump would mean for business. Later, Dr. Mark Lee Ford…

Global Japan
NOV 28, 2014

Why It’s So Hard to Meet the Standards for Japanese Consumer Goods

Saskia Rock investigates the influence of traditional culture on quality expectations.

Global Japan
NOV 16, 2011

A Tipping Point for the New Japan

Are we looking in or out? A senior politician admits Japan is “insular,” but Yoshito Hori believes the country can make its own luck.