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"The NDS identifies the primary problem as a 'long-term strategic competition' with China and Russia and the erosion of US military advantage, which if left unchecked, could lead to the consequent erosion of our deterrent."

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By allowing the prime minister and his circle to “fast-track” officials at their own discretion, the new system opens the door to favoritism in the name of “strategic deployment of personnel.”

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One key to successful collaboration with an NGO or NPO is building and maintaining a relationship of equality and mutual respect.

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A political settlement that keeps Assad in power following a Russian-Iranian military victory may not prove to be an enduring outcome.

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What does it take to make people more altruistic toward future generations?

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Trump’s tax reform will likely mean a bigger fiscal deficit and higher US interest rates, which will have a negative impact on the Asian and global economy.

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Falling short in the all-important task of finding a job following graduation could have a long-lasting impact on people's self-esteem, marital status, and mental health.

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The most interesting questions about Putin’s fourth presidential term are whether it will be his last and, if so, how Russia’s leader will manage the transition to a new president.

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By formulating pioneering solutions to twenty-first century challenges, the Tokyo Foundation for Policy Research aims to become an influential voice in the global policymaking community.

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The significance of the SDGs lies in the formulation of clear and comprehensive goals and targets oriented to the key challenges humanity must meet in order to pursue continued economic development in a socially and environmentally sustainable manner.

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