Étiqueté : Diplomacy


[EN] JA 13 – Oct 2008

Summary – CLOSE UP ON THE NEWS – 1. The government changes but questions still remain 2. The Japanese markets feel the effects of the financial crisis (Claire Largent) – POINTS OF NEWS –  Tanaka Akihiko,...


[EN] JA 12 – June 2008

Summary – CLOSE UP ON THE NEWS –  1. Japan-China relations warmer still 2. The government manages to push through the Diet a series of tax laws 3. A limited reform of the civil...


[EN] CA 18 – March/April 2008

Summary – DOMESTIC POLITICS – The “Chinese miracle” and the challenge of Tibet (Mathieu Duchâtel) New ministries, at the expense of the NDRC? (Michal Meidan) Major changes within the central planning apparatus (Thibaud Voïta) –...


[EN] JA 11 – March 2008

Summary – ANALYSIS OF CURRENT AFFAIRS – 1. The renewal of the fuel-tax bill in question 2. International and local negotiations regarding the cost and reorganisation of US bases in Japan 3. Reforming the...


[EN] CA 17 – Jan/Feb 2008

Summary – DOMESTIC POLITICS – Re-launching political liberalisation? (Michal Meidan) Singapore: governance without democracy? (Mathieu Duchâtel) Will an energy minister bring greater coherence to this sector? (Michal Meidan) – ECONOMY – Price controls or disruptions...


[EN] JA 10 – Jan 2008

Summary – ANALYSIS OF CURRENT AFFAIRS –  1. A political crisis? 2. Pressing a bill to replace the 2001 counterterrorism legislation 3. A shift in Japan’s North Korea policy 4. Mr. Fukuda’s China diplomacy...


[EN] CA 16 – Nov/Dec 2007

Summary – DOMESTIC POLITICS – Democratic reform according to the 17th Congress (Michal Meidan) The People’s Liberation Army after the 17th Congress (Mathieu Duchâtel) Internal democracy tested against the institutional history of the Party...


[EN] CA 15 – Sept/Oct 2007

Summary – DOMESTIC POLITICS – Final straight before the 17th Central Committee (Michal Meidan) Between Maoism and democracy: the Party in search of an ideology (Michal Meidan) Is the Rise of the Communist Youth...


[EN] JA 09 – Sept 2007

Summary – ANALYSES OF CURRENT AFFAIRS – 1. An unprecedented defeat at the House of Councillors 2. A succession of scandals had tarnished the Premier minister’s image 3. Mr Abe preferred to quit than...

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