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01.08.2011 | Publication

On the 26th August 2011, Prime Minister Naoto Kan resigned as the chairman of the DPJ and as head of government. This paper analyses challenges that…


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01.05.2011 | Publication

The Commission for Ethics emphasizes that the ‘Energy Shift’ can only succeed as a concerted effort of politics, business and society. It is a great…


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01.05.2011 | Publication

The earthquake off the coast of Honshu and the ensuing tsunami are the biggest natural catastrophes in Japan’s history. The extent of the damage, in…


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01.05.2011 | Publication

As a result of the nuclear catastrophe in Japan, the debate about the future of nuclear energy in Germany has flared up once again. IG Metall supports…


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01.02.2011 | Publication

A briefing paper on work relations and social security systems in Japan.


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01.02.2011 | Publication

As it seems that the administration of Naoto Kan will soon resign or call for elections, Japan is again in the midst of a government crisis.…


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01.06.2010 | Publication

On the 2nd June 2010, Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama resigned after only 8.5 months in government. Following its overwhelming victory of 2009,…


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01.07.2009 | Publication

This report assesses the background to Japan’s August 30th general election, as well as the main policy options on the new government’s agenda. The…


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