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Japan Update 2017: what role will Japan play in a changing global system?

Japan Update 2017: what role will Japan play in a changing global system?

Policymakers, industry leaders and Japan experts gathered at ANU last week for the 2017 Japan Update.

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Much at stake for the Japan–EU trade deal

Much at stake for the Japan–EU trade deal

Author: Martin Schulz, Fujitsu Research Institute

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Trump prompts Japan’s cautious shift to self-reliance

Trump prompts Japan’s cautious shift to self-reliance

3 September 2017 Author: Fumiaki Kubo, University of Tokyo

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International Symposium on Poetry and Translation: Women, Politics, Displacement

International Symposium on Poetry and Translation: Women, Politics, Displacement

Hosted by the Australian National University (ANU Japan Institute) & the University of Canberra (CCCR). 

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Dr Carol Hayes designated Distinguished Educator at the ANU

Dr Carol Hayes designated Distinguished Educator at the ANU

The ANU Japan Institute congratulates Deputy Director Dr Carol Hayes on her recent designation as a Distinguished Educator. 

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What comes after Japan’s constitutional amendment?

What comes after Japan’s constitutional amendment?

Author: Yasuo Hasebe, Waseda University

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ANU scientist Graham Farquhar first Australian to win Kyoto Prize

ANU scientist Graham Farquhar first Australian to win Kyoto Prize

The Australian National University and the ANU Japan Institute congratulates distinguished scientist Dr Graham Farquhar AO, who has become the first Australian to win a Kyoto Prize - the most prest

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About the ANU Japan Institute

The ANU Japan Institute is Australia’s largest network of distinguished and emerging scholars with professional expertise on Japan. We research and teach in disciplines spanning art, economics, environment, health, history, international relations, language, law, linguistics, politics, regulation and Japanese Studies. 

Our mission, as part of Australia’s national university, is to be a national resource: to contribute to public policy by strengthening knowledge of Japan among schools, universities, public institutions, government and the private sector, and to promote the centrality of Australia-Japan relations in Australia’s Asian Century.

Updated:  21 February, 2013/Responsible Officer:  JI Management Group/Page Contact:  Japan Institute