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16
Oct
2013

Rikki Kersten on undercurrents of Sino-Japan discord in The Interpreter

Rikki Kersten looks at the perceived 'China-threat' in Japan and the Abe government's response both at home and in Southeast Asia.

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14
Oct
2013

Peter Drysdale asks can Japan lift its economic growth trajectory?

There is a glimmer of hope — with the advent of Abenomics — that Japan might be on the cusp of lifting its economic growth and cheating the demographic fate of its shrinking working population.

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23
Sep
2013

Japan related grant information now available

A list of upcoming Japan-related grant opportunities is now available in the resources section of the Japan Institute website.

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18
Sep
2013

David Slater and social media after 3.11

Social media is changing the way the Japanese engage with each other and politics. Belinda Cranston reports on the recent Japan Institute public lecture given by Associate Professor David Slater.

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15
Sep
2013

Shiro Armstrong on Asian trade strategies

Whether we like it or not, free trade agreements are — at best — only part of the solution to further international trade liberalisation, and their proliferation has resulted in a ‘noodle bowl’ of overlapping agreements throughout the Asia Pacific.

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09
Sep
2013

Peter Drysdale on Japan's missing arrow

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has embarked on a crash program of monetary easing, public works spending and reforms to reverse the deep malaise that has afflicted the Japanese economy for more than two decades.

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06
Sep
2013

School of Art Japan Study Trip

In 2013 the School of Art will take a group of students on a study tour to Kyoto, Japan with Kyoto Seika University as their hosts.

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26
Aug
2013

Dr Yuki Itani-Adams receives an OLT citation for outstanding contribution to student learning

Congratulations to Yuki Itani-Adams for her OLT citation in the Australian Awards for University Teaching.

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23
Aug
2013

Next generation scientists off to Japan

ANU undergraduate Billy Bartrum has secured a place in the Asian Science Camp to be hosted by Japan in 2013.

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16
Aug
2013

AJRC's JG Crawford Award - submissions now open

The J.G. Crawford Award will be presented in 2013 to the author of an unpublished research paper seen by the Selection Panel as making a substantial and original contribution to scholarship on Japan or on Australia-Japan relations.

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