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Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Keio University
Historical Reconciliation Revisited: The Abe Statement and the Way Forward
Is Historical Reconciliation Possible? A Seventieth Anniversary Assessment (2)
Is Historical Reconciliation Possible? A Seventieth Anniversary Assessment (1)
A New Era in South Korean Foreign Policy?
Partnering with Business to End PovertyLessons from NGO Gawad Kalinga
Gawad Kalinga seeks to eliminate poverty in the Philippines by restoring people’s dignity, forging partnerships with business to help build ...
Japan Can be More Proactive in Creating a Global Consensus on Data GovernanceAn Interview with GGF 2027 Fellow Shoko Yoshihara
Research fellow Shoko Yoshihara, who is participating in the Global Governance Futures 2027 round, points out that as a country ...
CSR Challenges and Strategies for Small Businesses
Facing tighter financial constraints than their large counterparts, SMEs often find it difficult to undertake CSR initiatives. Makoya Kageyama argues, ...
What a Border Adjustment Tax Will and Will Not Do
Often mistakenly considered a protectionist measure, a border adjustment tax, argues Takeo Hoshi, is actually not a trade-distorting mechanism but ...
A Small but Socially Responsive Company: Soken
CSR involves much more than creating a dedicated department or publishing a sustainability/integrated report, as pointedly illustrated by the initiatives ...
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