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JAN 29, 2005

The Davos Meeting—Where Public Opinion is Formed

…it would like to plan a Ukraine visit with member companies. There was an overflowing sentiment by the international community to fully support the nascent Ukraine. At that moment, Davos…

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NOV 22, 2011

The Second “Tokoton” Debate : the Trans-Atlantic Partnership

…Research Institute Kensaku Fukui, attorney at law in Japan and the state of New York, and visiting professor at the Nihon University’s College of Art Ukeru Magosaki, former director general…

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DEC 9, 2010

A Three-City Tour of Asia, with Stops in Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore

…Moving to another section of the complex, I walked into a club called Zouk. Inside, I discovered it was divided into three or four smaller clubs. After paying a cover…

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JAN 23, 2012

Management Blessed with Ki

…villages as a field research in my study in social geography. During the college, I became the president of Aikido club where I had opportunities to take an Uke (to…

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NOV 9, 2016

It’s Time to Think the Unthinkable. Can You?

…react to a couple of unlikely scenarios, and threw out a couple of questions.What if the UK opted to leave the EU? What if Donald Trump was elected president of…

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NOV 18, 2008

Contemplating the Global Economy by the Uji River

…The second stage opened with upheaval in the stock market. This was a period in which a financial meltdown hit countries such as Iceland, Ukraine, Pakistan, and Hungary. At the…

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JAN 30, 2012

Davos Meeting 2012 (2): Day Three – Becoming on a Par with World’s Finest Business Schools

…included Yasuchika Hasegawa, the Chairman of the Japan Association of Cooperate Executives (Keizai Doyukai) who acted as a co-chair for this year’s Meeting, Shigeo Ohyagi, the President and CEO of…

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MAR 2, 2011

Trip to Saudi Arabia on a Government Mission (1): Scenes from Jeddah

I arrived in Jeddah by way of London shortly past 6 a.m. local time. It was dark outside. The air was lukewarm. The first thing I saw as I stepped…