James Anderson writes about pendulum politics this is an educational post for anyone studying political sciences and focuses on Tokyo, particularly Shinzō Abe.
Shinzō Abe is an interesting Japanese case study for political sciences in relation to the trend of pendulum politics as views of the society ebb and flow. Here is why: Japanese vote in general election (bbc.co.uk).
|Prime Minister Shinzō Abe, then Chief Cabinet Secretary, with a group of students from Harvard University. His future Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasuhisa Shiozaki (himself a graduate of Harvard University)|
Find out why Shinzō Abe became active with the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and get a good understanding of why his political popularity has resurrected itself.
Find out what this and other problems facing Japan mean and why pendulum politics is an important often overlooked area of political science. Japanese voters go to the polls (guardian.co.uk).
Also you will get a key understanding of Japanese political options the Japanese citizens have in 2012. And by understanding Shinzō Abe's story more you will be able to improve your knowledge around the world on understanding the Japanese Liberal Democratic and Democratic Party.
|ja: 自由民主党結党大会 en: |
Launching convention of the Liberal
Democratic Party of Japan
Also a key thing to understand when focusing on Japan is the disaster that happened there earlier last year in Yoshihito Noda, as James Anderson explains the Fukushima nuclear disaster. From this we all learn an important warning about nuclear science and the long term effects of that, this again is not an isolated case, this sort of thing has happened all over the world these past twenty years, so reiterating the importance of this overlooked subject.
|President VAN ROMPUY speaking at the |
London School of Economics and
Political Science, September 7th 2011
(Photo credit: President of the European Council)
Also this post is for anyone studying economics. You will get a refresher on the economic meltdown of 2008 involving the Lehman Brothers. The topic is neatly tied together on the subject of economics and political sciences in James Anderson's report, with an added bonus of explaining why Japan is the worlds third most prosperous country.
US Vice President Dick Cheney meets with Prime Minister Shinzō Abe of Japan, Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2007, at the Kantei, the official residence of the Prime Minister, in Tokyo. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) -->>
If that is not enough in James Anderson's Shinzō Abe report you will find out more about the current sate of affairs about the yen and also as already mentioned find out more about economic stimulus and how Japan is using what has happened around the world and duplicating a more refined version to help ensure Japan stays in the top 3 economic countries.
Get the historical low-down on foreign policy, and discover the three obstacles that China and Japanese have to face when building relationships prior to occupation of 1936-45.
Find out what the Diaoyu islands means to China, Japan and Korea and tap into the wonderful abundance of information available from this topic about energy, resources, political sciences and building better economies.Japan is a prosperous country Poll in Japan (abdulruff.wordpress.com) but not the first country you would think to find out about economic wealth, in fact they are actually in a lot of debt and are owing lots of money.
Find out more about this and get a good understanding of Japan's Gross Domestic Product.
Prime Minister Shinzō Abe of Japan, Saturday, Sept. 8, 2007, in Sydney. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)-->>
If you are in debt right now, you should know this stuff, read this article to find out how your debt is no different to the debt most members of high society have.
Find out the similarities with Japan's secret wealth and the echelon's of society and how they understand wealth and how you can take advantage of this information and understand the distribution of wealth around the world.
A post made earlier today over on Stirring Trouble Internationally - A humorous take on news and current affairs Japan Is Facing Terminal Decline So There Appears Little That The New Prime Minister Can Do To Avert This (stirringtroubleinternationally.com).
- Japan votes in election seen returning LDP to power - Reuters (reuters.com)
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- A Nervous Japan Swings Right Ahead of Dec. 16 Polls. But Don't Expect Real Change (world.time.com)
- US President Obama extends congratulations to LDP's Abe on election win (japandailypress.com)
- You: Japan begins vote for new leadership (edition.cnn.com)