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What Are The Key Players In Ww2
World War II, or the Second World War, was fought by two wartime alliances: the Axis and the
Allies. The major Axis powers included Nazi Germany (Germany), who has evoked the war, Fascist
Italy (Italy), and the Empire of Japan (Japan). On the side of the Allies, there was United Kingdom,
United States and Soviet Union. The latter two nations will join later in the war. On the Axis side,
the key players were Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, and Hideki Tojo. Adolf Hitler was the
Chancellor of Germany who rose to power by leading fascism in the country. He was also the
principal instigator for World War II. Next, Mussolini was the Prime Minister of Italy who joined
alongside Hitler. He was under a false ideology that Germany would come out victorious from the
war. Finally, Hideki Tojo was the Prime Minister of Japan, who was formerly a general. He had
militaristic tendency and was belligerent, leading to aggressive conquests and declaring war on the
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Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin were key players in the war.
Roosevelt was the President of the United States who supported the Allies. He joined the Allies into
war, following the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. After his death, Truman assumed presidency
and brings the war to an end. Next, Churchill was the Prime Minister of United Kingdom who led
the British forces during the war. He, with Roosevelt, planned military strategies and came up with
the war aims. Lastly, Joseph Stalin was the communist leader of Soviet Union who joined the Allies
after Germany's breaking of the Nazi–Soviet pact by attacking the Soviet
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Shinzo Abe Research Paper
Shinzo Abe was a member of a political family, both paternal and maternal side. His maternal
grandfather Nobusuke Kishi was a key military leader and served as Japan's prime minister from
1957 to 1960. His paternal grandfather served in the Japan's House of Representatives, and his
father also served in the house of representative and was the country's foreign minister from 1982 to
1986. Hailing from a high–profile political family, Shinzo Abe followed his family's footsteps and
became Japan's youngest post–war prime minister and is currently prime minister of Japan. Abe
studied political science at the University of Southern California after graduating from Seikei
University in Tokyo in 1977. After he returned to Japan he joined Kobe Steel,
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The Yasukuni Shrine and the Rise of Japan
The Yasukuni Shrine and the Rise of Japan's New Nationalism The Yasukuni Shrine is a Shinto
shrine established in 1869 in Tokyo. It was constructed in order to honor and worship the soldiers
who have died for their country in the Boshin Civil War that brought about the Meiji restoration and
sacrificed their lives in the service of their emperor to build a firm foundation for Japan to become a
truly peaceful country. For some Asian countries such as China and South Korea, which had been
victims under Japanese imperialism and aggression in the first half of the 20th century, the shrine
was built to commemorate Japanese war criminals in the World War II, and it has become a blatant
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For the leftist and liberals, the Rape of Nanking is a key symbol of cruel Japanese militarism. They
used the sympathy for civilian casualties to substantiate Article 9 of the constitution, which is
essential to avoid another Nanking Massacre and to prevent Japan from waging wars in the future,
and they viewed that the presence of Yasukuni proves the resurgence of Japanese militarism and the
continual existence of feudalism in modern Japanese society. However, the rightist conservative
camp in Japan is rising to prominence on a wave of patriotic assertiveness, and their influence is
evident in the rewriting of Japanese textbooks to deny imperial Japan's conquest in China.
Therefore, in addition to its militaristic history and ideology chasm between political camps, the
symbolism of Yasukuni adds external political pressure on Japanese government to re–examine the
articulation of its wartime past. Not only does the Yasukuni controversy generated disapproval from
Japan's Asian neighbors, it also created domestic debate between the leftist and rightist political
groups in Japan. In contrast to the Japanese leftist, the Chinese, and the Korean, the prime minister's
shrine visits are supported by right–wing nationalists, who form a significant core component of the
support base of the Liberal Democratic Party and dominates
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The Political Structure Of The Japanese Political System...
Unlike the American political system, which has the same political system as it did when the
country was created, the Japanese political system is a more recent construct that was created as a
result of millennia of imperial rule that slowly morphed into the constitutional monarchy that it is
today. Throughout this process of shifting their political structure there has been heavy influence
from the west, especially America and England to create a more democratic way of governing their
nation. Although the Japanese government is similar to the US government, the imperial roots create
a different governmental structure that creates different displays of power. It is said in The Nihon
Shoki, one of the oldest books of Japanese history, that Japan was founded by Emperor Jimmu in
660 BC. The Japanese Emperor was the sovereign ruler of the country until the Emperor's rule
began to end in the mid 12th century. The Japanese government shifted from imperial rule to
shogunate rule after the Genpei War of 1180–1185. Shoguns were Japanese military rulers who
would be appointed by the Emperor, but would hold all the power. It was around this time as well
that the Japanese began to mingle with Europeans and begin to trade with the Portuguese and the
Dutch. This spiked the economy because of Japan's abundance of precious metals and began to peak
the Japanese's interest in western culture. Shogunate rule ended after the Meiji Restoration of 1868,
when imperial rule returned to Japan.
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Japan Essay
[pic] Japan Geography Japan is about the same size as California. Japan is made up of many islands.
The four largest islands in Japan are Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, and Shikoku. Japan forms an arc
in the Pacific Ocean. Japans total area is about 378,000 square kilometers. About 75% of Japans
land is mountains. Japans highest mountain is Mount Fuji at 3776 meters. Japan has several volcanic
regions and 80 volcanoes are considered active. Mount Fuji hasn't erupted since 1707 and is
considered capable of erupting again in our lifetime. To the east of Japan is the Pacific Ocean and to
the west is the Sea of Japan. Being in the middle of these two bodies of water has its advantages.
Japan has a great abundance of fish! The climate in Japan ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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The official language of Japan is Japanese. Many Japanese can also speak English to an extent. At
almost all their meals the Japanese drink tea and eat rice. In Japan fish is most used for meals. The
two most major religions that are practiced in Japan are Shinto and Buddhism. Japanese society
imposes strong expectations on women and men. Women are expected to marry in their 20's, and
take on the role of a house mom. They play a strong role in raising their children. Japanese are very
strict about education. Students must attend 9 years of school then attend a University. Students who
attend a University have a better rate of getting a good job than the others. Japan has a rich literary
heritage. The country's literature mostly deals with the quality of human life and never–ending
flowing time. Japanese families enjoy one of the highest income levels in the world, and their assets
and savings are one of the worlds largest. Japan's economy is one of the largest in the world. Japan's
manufactured products range from tiny computer components to giant oceangoing ships. The most
important manufactured products include cars and trucks, electronic products, and communications
and data processing equipment. Japan has a wide variety of minerals, but supplies of most are too
small to satisfy the nation's needs. Japan imports large quantities of coal, copper, iron ore, and
petroleum. The chief mining products include coal, copper, gold, lead, nickel, and silver. Japan has a
modern
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Japan 's Forced Constitution Causes Major Conflicts
The ninth article of Japan's forced constitution causes major conflicts that damage Japan's Self
Defense Force and its ability to aid its allies. The vague wording of the article questions the
legitimacy of the Self Defense Force, and has been one of the biggest controversial subjects in Japan
for decades. Many groups want to change the law, while others want to pass new laws to specify the
boundaries of the 9th Article.
Article nine is, depending on whom one asks, one of the most famous, or infamous part of the entire
Japanese Constitution. The debate over the necessity of article nine is one of the most disputed
arguments in the country. With 39.2% believing the article is unnecessary, and 22.1% saying it is
necessary, nearly half of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The parties' stance on the ninth article can be divided among three categories. The Liberals, who
wants to amend the constitution's ninth article, the Conservatives that do not want to change
anything, and the Moderates that wish to create new laws to specify parts of the article. Of these,
there are four primary parties. The Japanese Democratic Party and the Communist Party who don't
want revision. The Osaka Party who want to wait until Prime Minister Abe steps down before
beginning revision, and finally the Liberal Democratic Party who has fought for revision
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Hideki Tojo : The Oldest Of Samurai Decedents
Hideki Tojo was born in Tokyo on December 30, 1884. He was the oldest of samurai decedents. He
enrolled into military school in1899, then attending theJapanese's military academy. He was
following in his father's footsteps, who was a professional who served as a lieutenant colonel in the
Japanese armyduring the Sino Japanese war. After graduating from the academy,he was
commissioned as a second lieutenant of the military. In 1902 he met his wife Katsuko Ito, he had
three sons and four daughters. In 1912 he entered the army staff collage, completing this he rose his
rant to captain and commanding officer of third Imperial Guards Regiment. In 1919 he served in
Switzerland as a military attaché. On august 10, 1920he was promoted of major. In 1921 Tojo served
in Germany. On November 28, 1922,he became an instructor at the Army Staff Collage he graduated
from. In 1924 Tojo was promoted to lieutenant colonel. On March 8 1929 he was assigned as a
bureau chief of the Japanese army. On August 10, 1928Tojo was promoted to the rank of colonel and
a year later August 1, 1929he became the commanding officer of the first infantry regiment. Around
the same time,he was promoted he became very involved in military politics. In 1931 he became a
staff officer in the army chief of staff. On March 18, 1933 Tojo was promoted to the rank major
general and served as the chief of personnel Department. In 1934 he became the commanding
officer of the twenty–fourth infantry brigade. Throughout the
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My topic that I have chosen is the Casablanca Conference ....
My topic that I have chosen is the Casablanca Conference . This conference basically changed a lot
of things during WWII. The Conference was held in the year of 1943 January 14 – January 24, also
it was held in Morocco, Casablanca. The conference was decided to be held in Casablanca, Morocco
because it was the safest place and closest for all the allies to meet together. Morocco welcomed the
allies because they wanted the war to end as bad as anyone. Some countries loved the war because
even though it might kill your population a war would bring money into your country because all of
the trade going on.
The allies consisted of leaders of the allied countries, the countries were United States of America,
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The prime minister suggested that the U.S help them bomb Germany. "Maybe after that it would be
good to attack Germany" said Prime minister of Britain. It would be smart to attack the Germans,
when they are weak. The president was a little hesitant to agree with the prime minister idea. Frank
D. Roosevelt did not want to destroy anyone's population and that's including Japan and Italy.
Franklin D. Roosevelt wanted to change Germany, Italy, and Japan P hilosophy of the world,
because you cannot just take someone's rights from someone. Franklin D. Roosevelt was a pretty
respectable man and kind–hearted but the War drained him. On the other hand, the Generals were in
compliance with Prime minister strategy.
The leaders of discuss the strategy and they also decided that they wanted an "unconditional
surrender" a surrender in which no guarantees are given to the surrendering party. Basically the
allies wanted the countries to give up without asking for anything back. Franklin D. Roosevelt even
broadcasted across the radio that they were accepting nothing less than unconditionally war. He
announced that statement on February 12, 1943. "In our uncompromising policy we mean no harm
to the common people of the Axis nations. But we do mean to impose punishment and retribution
upon their guilty, barbaric leaders said President Franklin D. Roosevelt
The Casablanca Conference was a very important meeting because it was the beginning of WWII.
That
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The Meiji Republic
The nation of Japan lies in the North Pacific Ocean, East of the Korean Peninsula and China.
Slightly smaller than the U.S. state of California, it has a total area (land and water) of 377,915
square miles and is divided into four primary islands: Hokkaido, Kyushu, Honshu, and Shikoku.
Japan is divided into 47 administrative divisions called prefectures. Japan was "founded" in 660
B.C. when Emperor Jimmu declared Japan as a sovereign Imperial nation. Until the Meiji
Restoration in 1890, Japan operated under the Shogunate rule, which involved the rule of a
hereditary dictator. The Meiji Constitution provided a constitutional monarchy instead of pure
Imperial dictatorship. The Modern State of Japan began on May 3, 1947, which marked the
formation of a new Japanese Constitution, an amendment to the Meiji Constitution. ... Show more
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Its Chief of State is Emperor Akihito, son of Emperor Hirohito of World War II, and his wife,
Empress Michiko. Both monarchs hold no legitimate power, but instead represent the constitution.
Instead, governmental power is held by the Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, Deputy Prime Minister
Taro Aso, and the Diet, which operates in a similar manner to the U.S. Congress. The Diet, known in
Japan as Kokkai, consists of a House of Councilors and a House of Representatives. The members
serve a maximum term of 4 years. The Japanese Judiciary Branch is the Saiko Saibansho, or
Japanese Supreme Court. It consists of a Chief Justice (currently Itsuro Terada) and 14 associate
justices. The Saiko Saibansho operates on Japanese Statutory Law, known as the Six Codes. The
first of these codes is the Constitution of Japan, followed by the Civil Code, Code of Civil
Procedure, Criminal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure and the Commercial
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Absolutism Research Paper
Did you know Japan is made of 6852 islands? It is a country where people have rights ,and the
government has 3 branches and is a constitutional monarchy since it has an emperor that is restricted
by government. The government of Japan a constitutional monarchy so the citizens have many
freedoms and no one has complete power. Citizens in Japan On those 6,852 islands Japan citizens
have to follow rules and have many freedoms. For instance men and women 18 and over are
allowed to vote. Though the citizens do not elect their prime minister or emperor, they elect their
other branches of government. In other countries people can't because the leadership is passed down.
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Japan is a constitutional monarchy. Which means it is a country with a king, queen, or emperor that
has power to a certain limit according to the government's constitution. According to prime minister
government Explore kids web Japan, "Some of the basic features that it has in common with other
countries include(1) respect for fundamental human rights,(2) sovereignty of the people and (3)
government by politicians chosen by election." They also have to rule by the constitution of their
country. (According to Japan government and society history geography), Japan is divided into 47
prefectures, which are like states in the U.S. They each have local governments that include a
mayor, and an assembly. They also call their mayor a chief. For the prefectures all of their mayors
are elected by the citizens in the prefectures. Also once one of the prefectures reaches a population
of 500,000 citizens it becomes a designated city. Designated cities are split into wards which have a
mayor and an assembly. That explains how Japan is a constitutional
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Tokyo Legitation: The Diplomatic Relationship Between...
In 1929, Canada opened a legation in Tokyo called Tokyo legation. This action was the inception of
diplomatic relationship between Canada and Japan. The Tokyo legation was significant because it
was the first legation Canada had in Asia and it was a hub that connected Canada and Asia in terms
of diplomatic and trading activities. After World War II, Japan restored its diplomatic relationship
with Canada in 1952 by signing Treaty of San Francisco. The two countries then sealed bilateral
Agreement on Commerce in 1954 to restore economic relationship. Afterwards, in 1976, the
Canada–Japan Framework for Economic Cooperation was signed. The framework created the Joint
Economic Committee (JEC) which was the first major bilateral trade and investment between the
two countries. In 1996, former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, Mrs. Chrétien and the
Minister for International Trade Arthur C. Eggleton visited Japan to expand trading business
between the two countries. They made deals in these fields: high technology sector, which includes
aircraft, software, telecommunication equipment, and resource and ... Show more content on
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The agreement was launched after the release of Report of the Joint Study on the Possibility of a
Canada–Japan Economic Partnership Agreement which found many potential opportunities that can
help Canada and Japan deepen trading relations. The report anticipated domestic products gross
approximately USD $4 billion each for both Canada and Japan as a result of free trade. An EPA also
benefits Canada because Canadian businesses can use Japan as a platform to expand economic
activities in Asian marketplace. Besides, by eliminating tariffs, Canadian importer and exporter can
earn more profit provided by the Japanese
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How Did Hideki Tojo Influence Pearl Harbor
"When Reflecting upon it today, that the Pearl Harbor attack should have succeeded in achieving
surprise seems a blessing from Heaven. It was clear that a great American fleet had been
concentrated in Pearl Harbor, and we suppose that the state of alert would be very high." That was
one of Hideki Tojos most famous quotes. During the time of World War II Tojo was the Prime
Minister of Japan, but he did not start off as Japan's Prime Minister. Tojo was born on December 30,
1884 in Tokyo, Japan. He was the oldest son out of three of Hidenori Tojo, his father who was also a
Lieutenant General in the Imperial Japanese Army. In 1899, Tojo entered the Army Cadet School
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In 1933 he was appointed major general, two years later he was appointed head of Kwatung military
police. Tojo earned the titles of Lieutenant General and Chief of Staff of the Kwatung army
sometime between March 1937 and May 1938. Later that month in May he was appointed Vice
Minister of War but he turned it down because he wanted to continue his work in the armed services.
In 1941, Fuminaro Kondoye appointed him Minister of War. While he was Japan's Minister of War
he wanted to conquer other European countries because he thought that if he did it would make
Japan stronger. He failed to gain any land and in the end he lost support from people throughout
Europe. Tojo also made his thoughts on the United States clear. He thought that we were lazy and
incapable of being a string nation. Also while he was Minister of War Tojo made it clear that Japan
should push south in the Far East and take the land owned by European nations. Not long after he
was appointed Minister of War he was again appointed Prime Minister by the emperor of Japan on
October 16th, 1941. When he was finally appointed Prime Minister he was convinced that a war
with America could not be avoided. So he put Japan on a full war alert, which basically means that
they were aware that they were going into war and that they were prepared. While he was Japan's
Prime Minister he authorized the attack on Pearl Harbor. He thought that by doing that that it would
again make Japan look stronger and would increase Japan's support for him. When the attack on
Pearl Harbor took place it plunged the Far East into a war which was to end the destruction of
Hiroshima. Following the attack of Pearl Harbor only made Tojo's power grow. Within hours after
the attack, Tojo broadcasted a brief message to his countrymen warning them that "to annihilate this
enemy and to establish a stable new order in East Asia, the nation first
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Japan's Power In The United States
Currently in the world there are 196 countries, each one with unique qualities and political
structures. Japan is an island nation in East Asia that is located in the Pacific Ocean. It has a total of
6, 852 islands that make up about ninety seven percent of Japan's land area. It is the world's tenth
largest population with 126 million people. The emperor ran the country until it was forced to
surrender and the United States assisted in the reform of the country. Currently, Japan is a
democracy with a constitution that used the structure of the United States as a model. It uses the
three–branch system, however, one of its branches drastically outweighs the other two in regards to
power. This developed nation has many aspects of it government ... Show more content on
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A new constitution took affect in 1947; establishing a parliamentary system, with all adults eligible
to vote and the emperor became mostly a symbolic head of state (Infoplease). United States troops
were stationed in Japan because of a security treaty that was signed between the two countries in
1951 (Infoplease). However, in 1952, Japan regained full sovereignty and the Ryuku Islands,
including Okinawa, were returned by the United States (Infoplease). During this time, the Liberal
Democratic Party was formed (BBC). This party will govern the country, almost uninterruptedly, for
the rest of the century and beyond (BBC). Also during this time, United States servicemen raped an
Okinawa schoolgirl causing mass protest demanding the removal of United States forces from the
island (BBC). Japan had an extraordinary postwar economic recovery and continued to grow
through the 1970s and 1980s until it was the world's second largest economy (after the United
States) (Infoplease). Because of scandals involving leaders of industry, government officials and
bankers, Japan suffered in the Asian economic crisis in 1998, (Infoplease). In 2009, the Democratic
Party of Japan won the general election and ended the unbroken rule of the Liberal Democratic
Party (BBC). Also, in 2009, it faced the worst economic crisis since World War II because its
economy shrank by 3.3% (BBC). However, it started to grow in 2010 but China overtook Japan as
the world's second–largest economy
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Second World War Alliances
The Second World War, more commonly known as World War II, was grueling and rather a
treacherous war. The war was dominated by two major wartime alliances: the Axis and the Allies.
The major powers of the Axis were Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy, and Empire of Japan. They will be
mentioned as Germany, Italy, and Japan respectively. On the Allies, the major powers were the
United Kingdom, the United States of America, and Soviet Union. The Axis had major objectives
that were similar like territorial expansion, but each also had different reasons for doing so. The
Allies were mostly united in their objective to defeat the Axis and stop their expansion, but Soviet
Union had its own interests. During the war, it is quite interesting to note that both of these alliances
experienced cooperation but that they also experienced dissidences, where the Axis suffered more
dissidences and disagreements than the Allies did. In the Axis alliance, there were three key political
players. They were Adolf Hitler of Germany, Benito Mussolini of Italy, and Hideki Tojo of Japan.
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Tojo came to power when he became the new prime minister of Japan. The previous prime minister
was unable to diplomatically deal with U.S. embargo situation and was refusing to consider the
option of war. Tojo was appointed by Emperor Hirohito on October 16th, 1941 and was given the
similar task of making U.S. call off the oil embargo, which he had a plan. He set a deadline for
negotiating peace while preparing the Japanese naval and armed forces for war (17). Since the
negotiation did not work, Tojo took action. On December 7th, 1941, he ordered the bombing of U.S.
naval base at Pearl Harbor. The attack was put together by Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto (18). Thus,
Japan joined the war by declaring war against the
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The Is A Japan 's Symbolic Image
Yasukuni shrine, is a Japan's symbolic image. Located in Chiyoda, Tokyo, this shrine is widely
recognized as a Shinto Shrine. Founded on June 1869 by the Emperor Meiji himself, its existence
has the purpose of commemorating those who have fallen for the Empire of Japan. Also the original
name is Tōkyō Shōkonsha, which means shrine to summon the soul. There would not be much to
say if it was one in many normal Shinto shrines in Japan which their existence do not concerned
politics. The difference is that the shrine "specifically honors 2.5 million fallen heroes – officers,
personnel which died during military service" and 14 "considered–war–criminals" (particularly
class–A war criminals) in the World War II – when Japan was a fascist regime – were being
enshrined (spiritually kept in the shrine through a sort of traditional Japanese ceremony).
Related to this topic is the article: "The Yasukuni Shrine dispute and the politics of identity in Japan"
by Daiki Shibuichi. From the beginning, the article started with the question: "Why all the fuss".
The fuss mentioning is the complexity of Japan's attitude toward the Yasukuni Shrine to reconcile
the nation's political identities through it. In general, the whole text is focused on the role of
Japanese rightist and the aspect of identity politics in Japan (as mentioned in the abstract).
The author wrote that it is a must to visit the Yasukuni Shrine for anyone who is interested in Japan's
society and politics. So that the shrine
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An Evaluation Of A Company At This Time
First of all, I am glad to inform you that I am thrilled to be advising your company at this time.
Thus, I would do my very best to help the company to perform at its best. In order to accomplish
this, first I would like to introduce the current economic, politics, and the social conditions in Japan
to help the company to decide whether or not it should invest money in this country. This
information is crucial in business because all these three factors mentioned above play a significant
role for private businesses to be successful in certain countries. Therefore, I would like to start this
advisement with the economic situation in Japan since this is the most important of all three.
Initially, for investor companies, the economic conditions of the country that the firm is investing is
vital. For example, an investment for Zimbabwe is not going to be a great decision. Zimbabwe is a
country surrounded by a myriad of problems. For instance, "Zimbabwe's GDP has declined by 38
percent between 1998 and 2003" (Raftopoulos, 2015) also the inflation in Zimbabwe is enormous
that the price of consumer items like meat and clothes rose by 223 percent in a week (Wines, 2007).
This economic condition can be readily understood that the economy in Zimbabwe is highly
unstable; therefore, the investment will be a poor decision. On the other hand, the economy in Japan
is quite stable. Japan is one of the biggest exporters in the world also they have they third largest
GDP. However, after the
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Yasukuni Issue Summary
Japanese Prime Minister Junichi Koizumi brought relations between China and Japan to a standstill
with his annual visits to Yasukuni Shrine. John Breen's edited volume, Yasukuni, the War Dead and
the Struggle for Japan's Past (2008) explores this political break, and fills a gap in the literature with
balanced debate. His text is a timely contribution, which not only debates Koizumi's Yasukuni issue,
but also highlights the challenges facing the incoming Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, by bringing to
the fore the intersection of politics, history, and religion, and highlighting the ways in which
reconciliation can be wielded as a political tool. Yasukuni is a compilation of varied, and detailed
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Yasukuni is a product of the Meiji Restoration's State–Shinto, rather than the traditional shinto
practice native to Japan. Takahashi Tetsuya supports Breens claims arguing that the Yasukuni
ideology was "essential and instrumental in raising the morale of the Japanese military, and in the
spiritual mobilization of the entire populace for war." (pg 110) These arguments prove that the
purpose of Yasukuni is fundamentally based in political rhetoric. Wang Zhixin argues that China has
recognised the political foundation of Yasukuni from the beginning of the 20th Century, and
Caroline Rose explores the political ramifications of Prime Ministerial shrine visits. Her chapter
highlights the dichotomous nature of Yasukuni shrine, as a representation of Japanese aggression in
neighboring countries, and a tool of spiritual healing within Japan. Although the Yasukuni issue is
one small part of a broader East Asian reconciliation problem, Breen's volume highlights the way
memory of conflict has been utilised as a tool of
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Political Profile : Japan
Political Profile: Japan A. Government Structure: Government background: The government of
Japan is a constitutional monarchy. This means that the power of the Emperor is limited and is
relegated primarily to ceremonial duties. In many other states in Japan, the government is divided
into three branches the Executive branch, the Legislative branch, and the Judicial branch, which was
established in the Constitution of Japan. The Constitution defines the government to be in a unitary
form of a parliamentary system. Executive: The Executive branch of Japan is headed by the Prime
Minister. The Prime Minister is the head of the Cabinet and is chosen by the Legislative branch. The
Prime Minister does have Executive powers but is responsible for decisions as they may be
dismissed or denied by the Legislative branch. The Prime Minister serves a term of four years or
less, and there are no limits imposed on the number of terms he or she may hold. The Prime
Minister is the head of government and commander–in–chief. He or she is also in power of
presenting bills to the Legislative branch and also signing them, and declaring a state of emergency.
The Prime Minister also gets to choose a cabinet which consists of him or her and the ministers of
state. The members of the Cabinet are appointed by the Prime Minister and under the Cabinet Law
the number of members appointed excluding the Prime Minister must be fourteen or less. The
members of the Cabinet must be chosen from either house of
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Jap A Very Interesting Place, It Is The Same Size Of The...
Japan is a very interesting place, it is the same size of the state California and the lifestyle can be
divided into three types: farm land type, fishing village type, and urban types. When learning about
the political area I have learned that in the United States we have a President and Secretaries of the
state, but in Japan they have Emperor's (chief of state), Prime Ministers, and Deputy Prime
Ministers. The chef of state is named Emperor Akihito and the head of government is Prime
Minister Shinzo ABE; Deputy Prime Minister Taro ASO. (CIA, 2016) The prime minister is the
leader of the largest political party and appoints various ministries to make up his cabinet. Political
power is supposed to be shared between national government and regional governments. However,
most of the time the national government is unwilling or unable to fix urgent or local matters.
According to Funabashi, "The country's population has been declining since 2008 at 128 million
people to 2016 at 127 million people. The prime minister has set the first numerical target to
stabilize the population at 100 million over the next 50 years, breaking a postwar political taboo".
(Funabashi, 2016) In japan the population is growing slowly and aging rapidly, and that is effecting
the older population (Pulsipher, 2010). It is bad when there are more dogs and cats registered than
there are children under the age of fifteen. It is like the people are not producing children anymore
there. The families are not
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Similarities Between Japan And Canadian Government
Japan and Canada are on opposite sides of the world, but are they on opposite sides of government?
That's what I've been researching about for the past three weeks.
TYPE OF GOVERNMENT
Japan is a constitutional monarchy, which means that the emperor's power is limited and saved for
special ceremonies. Canada is also a constitutional monarchy, where Queen Elizabeth II plays a
symbolic role instead of a position in power.
STRUCTURES AND FUNTIONS
Japans government is sorted into three branches; the judicial branch, the legislative branch, and the
executive branch. Similarly, Canada has the same branches.
In Japan executive powers are exclusively in the Cabinet, which consists of a prime minister and the
ministers he or she appoints. The prime minister, is appointed by the emperor, by the Diet. The
prime minister appoints the other members of the Cabinet, all of whom must be members of the
legislature. The Cabinet is responsible to the Diet and must resign if the House of Representatives
passes a vote that takes them off a seat of power. In Canada the executive branch holds the positions
of the lieutenant governor: W. Thomas Molloy, premier, cabinet, and public service. In Canada the
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The emperor appoints the chief justice upon designation by the Cabinet, which also appoints the
other justices. The judges can only be removed by public impeachment. The Supreme Court
determines the constitutionality of laws and all its decisions are final. It supervises a system of four
inferior courts: A High Court, which rules on appeals of judgments by the lower courts; a District
Court; a Family Court; and a Summary Court. In Canada the supreme court is also the highest court,
a court of last appeal. The supreme court of Canada has nine judges, one of the judges is the chief
justice and eight other regular
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Canadian Apology Analysis
The Canadian Government Apologizes for their Discriminatory Behaviour After 40 years of
ignoring the issue, the Canadian Government has apologized to the Japanese Canadians for the
discrimination they faced during World War Two at last. Shuja Agha, September 23rd,1988, Toronto
Press On September 22nd, 1988, Prime Minister Brian Mulroney delivered a formal apology to the
Japanese Canadians on behalf of the Canadian government for violating their rights and for taking
precautionary measures against them during The Second World War. Prime Minister Mulroney
along with several department ministers like Naomi Yamamoto, the minister of advanced education,
officially apologized to the Japanese Canadians at the House of Commons. The apology was ...
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With the withdrawing of Japan from the League of Nations, their attack on Pearl Harbour and then
their battle against the Allied Forces during the Battle of Hong Kong, Prime Minister Mackenzie
King thought that it was necessary to take precautionary measures against the Japanese by interning
them, just in case any individual or group planned to aid their country. Many Japanese were
outraged, as most were innocent. They were then taken to internment camps located in the interior
of British Columbia, where they faced poor living conditions, had no electricity nor any running
water. "The experience was horrific. We barely survived after long days of work and being given
nearly expired food," said a Japanese mother who was involved in the experience. The property and
valuables of the Japanese were seized by the government and weren't returned. This injustice with
the Japanese is what led to this apology. As a part of the apology and to show the sincerity of their
apology, Canada has promised each Japanese evacuee still residing in Canada $21,000 dollars, along
with $12 million for a Japanese community fund and $24 million to create a Canadian Race
Relations Foundation. Canada expects better relationship with Japan and the Japanese Canadians in
the
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Role In World War Two
Franklin Roosevelt was a major key In World War 2, for example Franklin Delano Roosevelt was
commonly known as FDR, was an American statesman and political leader who served as the 32nd
President of the United States from 1933 until his death in 1945. His program for relief, recovery,
and reform, known as the New Deal, involved a great expansion of the federal government's role in
the economy. As a dominant leader of the Democratic Party, he built the New Deal Coalition that
brought together and united labor unions, big city machines, white ethnics, African Americans, and
rural white Southerners in support of the party. The Coalition significantly realigned American
politics after 1932, creating the Fifth Party System and defining American ... Show more content on
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He led Britain's fight against Nazi Germany in World War II. Churchill was a talented orator, giving
many stirring speeches to boost national morale during the war. A close friend of American
presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman, Churchill hoped to join the Americans in
building a postwar order that limited Soviet leader Josef Stalin's ability to dominate European
affairs.In January 1943, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill met with President Franklin D.
Roosevelt in Casablanca, Morocco to plan attacks on all war fronts, to invade Sicily and Italy, to
send forces to the Pacific, and to better aid the Soviet Union. Though not at first seeing the threat
that Adolf Hitler posed when he rose to power in 1933, Churchill gradually became a leading
advocate for British rearmament. By 1938, as Germany began controlling its neighbors, Churchill
had become a staunch critic of Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's policy of appeasement toward
the Nazis. On September 3, 1939, the day that Britain declared war on Germany, Churchill was
appointed first lord of the Admiralty and a member of the war cabinet, and by April 1940, he
became chairman of the Military Coordinating Committee. Later that month, Germany invaded and
occupied Norway, a setback for Neville
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The On The Elimination Of All Forms Of Discrimination...
Rationale
According to the latest concluding observations of Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of
Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), article 14 of Maternal Health Act 1948 is problematic
since it states that '[t]he women are required to get content from their spouses in order to obtain an
abortion' (CEDAW, 2016, para. 38 (b)). However, the actual description in it is a doctor 'may
perform an Induced Abortion on a person who falls under any of the following items after obtaining
consent from the relevant person and the spouse' (Maternal Health Act 1948, Art. 14 (1)). In other
words, it does not regulate the women to obtain their spouses' contents, but it states that a doctor has
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Then I will analyze the current Japanese situation by using various literatures, not only works of
feminist scholars such as Petchesky (1985) and Norgen (2001), but also works of cultural
anthropologist scholars such as Burnlund (1989). As Okin argues, even though Japan has a different
cultural background from other developed countries, especially Western countries, cultural
exception should not be adopted (1998, p.38). I agree on her argument, therefore, I do not intend to
discuss that the conclusion of CEDAW ignores the Japanese cultural character, and it is wrong or
inadequate. However, to understand the problem and its background, analysing it within the
framework of culture might be still necessary. In addition to the works from those scholars, I am
also using research data of contraceptive use in Japan as it seems to be remarkably unique among
developed countries (Sato et al, 2006).
Structure
My research begins with a summary of the international movement toward recognition of abortion
as a women's human right. Article 98 (2) of Constitution of Japan 1947 states that '[t]he treaties
concluded by Japan and established laws of nations shall be faithfully observed'. Hence, it can be
said that to understand how international law regulates abortion and modify current Japanese act to
align with it are necessary. Although Tozzi introduces '[n]o global UN treaty contains the word
"abortion," nor can a "right" to abortion be inferred from
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The Impact Of Abenomics
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's plan to raise the participation rate The Japanese government has
energetically promoted women labor force to develop the Japanese economy since the second Abe's
administration started in 2012. He has got launched the new governmental policies called
Abenomics, which is supported by three main policies, what he calls three arrows, to revive the
Japanese economy. He has tried to build better society for businesspersons including female
workforce to activate their own competence family in their business through deregulations by
conducting his third policy (Prime Minister of Japan and His cabinet, 2014). Even if Japanese
gender culture creates problems for increasing the number of Japanese female labor force,
Abenomics has the potential to improve the women's work life balance. It is difficult for Japanese ...
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Prime Minister Abe has attempted to build the larger numbers of childcare facilities, referred to the
Yokohama method. He also has urged Japanese companies to have more female manager and
executives in order to increase women's influences on workplace. Unfortunately, the Japanese
traditional culture on gender role has still brought burden on women in their housework and
childcare. However it is on starting point that the Japanese government realizes a gender free
society. Abe made his comment on World Assembly for Women in Tokyo that " I will stand at the
forefront as we work to build a society in which all people–both men and women–shine" (Abe,
2014, p.6). Although there still exist some problems, it looks straightforward that Abe's vision
attempts to create a better society where not only men but also women will fairly take an active role
in Japanese society. Therefore Abe's actions is expected to change unfair society based on traditional
gender role into realize gender free society where all Japanese will shine. (1485
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How The History Of Japan Plays A Big Factor In...
The History of Japan plays a big factor in understanding its culture. Japan is located in Eastern Asia,
island chain between the North Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Japan, east of the Korean Peninsula.
Japan has many concerning natural hazardous features as well as environmental problems that
effects agriculture as well as economy and population. Japan's government and civil law system
reflect those of German and Anglo–American structures. Learning about the people and society of
Japan can be easily accomplished by understanding their religious structure, social structure,
languages they speak and interest they uphold. In 1603, after years of civil warfare, the Tokugawa
Shogunate (dynastic–led government) kept in the shadows of foreign influence. For more than two
centuries this policy allowed Japan to enjoy a flowering of their indigenous culture. In 1854, Japan
sign the Treaty of Kanagawa which allowed port trading with the United States. During the late 19th
and early 20th centuries, Japan became a regional power that had the ability to destroy the forces of
China and Russia. In 1931, Japan was able to occupy Manchuria, and in 1937 launched a full scale
invasion of China. In 1941 Japan attacked U.S forces which stirred up the beginning of WWII. After
Japan's defeat in WWII, the country was able to recover and become an economic power and an ally
of the U.S. In March 2011, Japan's strongest earthquake, followed by a devastating tsunami,
devastated the north
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Japanese Australia Economic Partnership Agreement
The Japanese–Australia Economic Partnership Agreement Japanese Assessment Task Submission
Date – 29th of June 2016 Word Count – 1052 By Anastasia Nikitaras On the 8th of July 2014 the
Prime Minister of Australia Tony Abbott and the Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe signed the
Japan–Australia Economic Partnership Agreement (JAEPA) (Japan–Australia Economic Partnership
Agreement, 2016). This agreement has allowed for support in a two–way investment for both these
countries. This agreement will bring the economies of both countries closer along their social
relations (Japan–Australia Economic Partnership Agreement, 2016). Agreements like these have led
to a more successful future for Australia and Japan along with more successful trading relationships
with other countries. This can be seen today though agreements such as the Trans–Pacific
Partnership. There are many reasons and consequences as to why Japan and Australia signed the
JAEPA. In Japan only 20% of its land is suitable for cultivation and there is such a high demand of
live stock which there is no space for (Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing In Japan, 2016). The rice
industry in Japan is characterized as "sick" sectors as there are failing agricultural incomes and
connections to bad health (Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing In Japan, 2016). With Japan's ageing
population it is hard to find jobs for the older generations. By Japan signing the JAEPA they allow
for opportunities in new technologies
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Meiji Restoration And The Industrialization Of Japan
The 1868 Meiji Restoration ensued the state–led industrialization of Japan, adopting western
practices to be comparable to other industrialized nations. Included in this endeavor was the
adoption of imperialism in 1894, embarking on the aggressive expansion into Asian territories.
Ultimately, the Japanese's expansionist policies resulted in a series of Sino–Japanese wars that
fostered war crimes against the Chinese and occupied territories. Many of these crimes involved
forcing women into becoming "comfort women" for Japanese soldiers and the Nanking Massacre,
where Japanese troops murdered upwards of 300,000 residents and raped the women of Nanking,
China. Yet, although international tribunals implicated Japanese military leaders after World War II
for their wartime atrocities, the United States occupation authorities soon released them to aid in the
democratization of Japan. As many of these military leaders passed away, Japanese officials placed
their remains at the Yasukuni Shrine. Consequently, a visit from prime ministers to the Yasukuni
Shrine sparks outrage among the Asian governments hurt by the war criminals, as they believe the
Japanese government should not honor the men who committed war crimes. Yet, despite the outrage
from other Asian governments, the Japanese government refuses to change, displaying little remorse
for their previous actions. Therefore, issues of historical memory are a recurring issue in Japan's
domestic and international politics
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Japan 's Culture And Its Unique Geography Essay
Japan's culture began with its unique geography as an island that is separated and isolated from
other East Asian countries. While there are many theories about modern's Japanese ancestor;
however, most Japanese archaeologists believe the first people that lived and colonized in Japan was
the Ainu. The combined evidence of archeology, anthropology, and genetics have shown the
indistinctive look between Ainu and the modern Japanese. In their overall genetic makeup, the Ainu
are related to other East Asians, include Japanese and Koreans. The distinctive appearance and
hunter lifestyle of the Ainu, and the indistinctive appearance and the intensive agricultural lifestyle
of the Japanese have suggested that the Ainu are descended from Japan's original hunter–gatherer
inhabitants (Diamond). Japan independence includes three main dates. The most important and
current constitution adopted as amendment to Meiji Constitution date was 3 May 1947. Other
notable earlier dates include 660 B.C., traditional date of the founding of the nation by Emperor
JIMMU and 29 November 1890, date in which Meiji Constitution provides for constitutional
monarchy (Japan). The most important and major revolution in Japan's history was the Meiji
Revolution, a chain of events that restored practical imperial rule to Japan in 1868 under Emperor
Meiji. The Restoration led to enormous changes in Japan 's political and social structure. The period
spanned from 1868 to 1912 and was responsible for the
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Essay on The Nation Of Japan
The small island of Japan is both unique and rich in culture. Japan has made many advancements in
its time. In the topics of history, government, geography, culture, and economy, Japan has a very
interesting background and future. The earliest known period in Japan was the Jomon period, which
lasted from 13000 BC to 300 BC. This period included mostly fisherman and hunters. During the
Yayoi period, agriculture was introduced and social classes began to form. In the mid 500's,
Buddhism was introduced to Japan, mostly due to influence from the mainland's. Japanese society
began to grow and become more advanced. The Emperor was technically the leader of Japan, but he
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Japan's unconditional surrender to the U.S. soon followed on August 15, 1945. Japan remained in
U.S. occupation until 1952. Japan took awhile to rebuild but eventually became a military power
again and a strong military presence still remains in Japan today. Japan has a parliamentary
government with a constitutional monarchy. The head of government is Prime Minister Yukio
Hatoyama. The Prime Minister is elected by the legislative branch . The chief of state is Emperor
Akihito. The emperor does not have any power. He is simply a symbol for Japan. The cabinet is led
by the Prime Minister. The cabinet includes the ministers that the Prime Minister has appointed. The
Japanese legislative branch or parliament includes a House Of Representatives and the House of
Councillors. There are 480 members in the House of Representatives and 242 members in the House
of Councillors. Members of the Japanese parliament are elected by the citizens of Japan. Elections
for the House of Representatives take place every four years. Half of the House of Councillors are
elected ever three years. You must be 20 or older to be Slater 3 eligible to vote. Women have the
right to vote. The Supreme court is the highest court. The chief justice of the Supreme Court is
appointed by the Prime Minister, but all other justices are appointed by the cabinet. Japan is located
in Eastern Asia in the Pacific Ocean. It
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Powers Of Powers
Current Event: Constitutions of the World
Part I: Powers of Branches, Powers granted/denied to government. Comparison of the US and
Denmark
After all, there was a reason why the framers of the Constitution of the United States regulated the
powers of the branches of government, and also granted and denied powers to the government. In
terms of powers to the branches, the framers wanted to have three separate branches of government
with their individual powers, working together to form a more synchronized and unified
government. They also wanted to avoid the one–man–rules–all monarchy of the British. Under the
constitution, they separated the powers of the government into 3 branches, the Legislative branch,
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Japan runs under a Constitutional Monarchy, however, like the US, they do have 3 branches of
government. One of the main similarities between the US and Japan is the supreme court. Both
supreme courts are the highest law of the land, and both assume very similar powers, such as
judicial reviews, and declaring acts unconstitutional. Also similar to the United States, the National
Diet, Japan's legislature has two houses, the House of Councillors, and ironically, the House of
Representatives. Japan's legislature assumes many of the same powers as the US Congress, as it has
the ability to make laws and control the national budget. Unlike the US, the National Diet has the
power to select the Prime Minister of Japan with a majority ruling. A main difference between the
US and Japan is the executive branch. Japan has a national emperor, however, the emperor assumes
no real political power and is merely a figurehead. The political head of the executive branch is the
Prime Minister, who has very similar powers as the President of the United States. In terms of
powers granted to the government, in Japan, they are almost all granted to the national governments.
Unlike the United States, the 47 prefectures (states) of Japan have little to no power, meaning most
of the power of the Japanese government is coming straight from the capital,
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The Life of Hideki Tojo and His Contribution to Japan Essay
Hideki Tojo was born in Tokyo on December 30, 1884. Tojo was the eldest son in his family. Tojo
entered military school in 1899. He ended up being forced to follow in the footsteps of his father.
His father was a military man. He was a lieutenant colonel in the Sino–Japanese War and a major
general in the Russo–Japanese War. Tojo and Katsuko Ito ended up getting married. Together they
had seven children. He was born into a more respected family. Tojo's mother was the daughter of a
Buddhist priest. He was Shinto and Buddhist. Shinto is a set of practices establishing a connection
between present–day Japan and its ancient past. Buddhism is a religion that has a variety of
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The Navy gained important political influence over national and international affairs. During the era
of the weak emperor Taisho, political powers were shifted from an Oligarchic government to a
parliament and democratic parties. In the First World War, Japan joined the Allied powers, but only
had a minor role in fighting against German forces in Eastern part of Asia. There was Paris Peace
Conference of 1919, Japan's proposal of amending a "racial equality clause" agreement to the
League of Nations were rejected by the following countries; United States, Britain and Australia.
Racial discrimination towards the Japanese started hatred and rivalries between countries. They
were again a major factor for the worst of a relation in the decades coming forward to World War 2.
In 1924, for example, the US Congress passed the Exclusion Act that prohibited further immigration
from Japan. These problems later were to be dealt by Tojo. Hideki Tojo came into power by
attending Military college, and serving as a military attaché in Germany. He then became the leader
of militarists of Japan. He started doing speeches about how he despised weak civilian politicians.
His views were shared by many, even the army. People started liking and respecting him more when
he led his army through victories in Manchuria from 1931 and on. Tojo then became even more
popular and respected when he was named the Minister of War. He decided that
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Gender Roles in Japan Essay
It is no secret that for centuries, the Japanese woman has been, to most observers, a model of
elegance and graceful beauty. A picture of a kimono–clad, modest, and often silent woman has been
plastered everywhere, allowing for the upmost passive subjection. If we look deeper into this image
of woman, can we tell if this picture is complete? How do these women painted in representative
images far in the modern world? The ideal woman in Japan is expected to be both a good wife, and a
wise mother. Though these seem like reasonable expectations, there is a much deeper meaning to
them that has shown signs of being outdated. During the 1800's and 1900's, women were subjected
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"She is intelligent, modest, unselfish, and always thoughtful of the other members of the family. She
is particular about her manner and impresses everybody she meets with her graceful dignity...She
rises earlier and retires later than anybody else in the family. She has never allowed herself to enjoy
a lazy Sunday morning in bed, and the sickbed is the only place for her to rest...Endurance and
repression are her greatest ideals. She says to me, 'Endurance a woman should cultivate more than
anything else. If you endure well in any circumstance, you will achieve happiness." This quote is
representative of the popular stereotype of Japanese women. It defines how they worked hard at
home to please the men, and did whatever was expected of them without complaint. A key word in
this quote is endurance. It is stated that a woman who endures well in any circumstance will achieve
happiness, and what is said is true.
History reports that though there were many women in leadership positions (Queens, empresses,
etc.), they appeared to be second–class citizens. It seemed as though the only relationship they were
prompted to have was with their husbands. However, they endured. They came to the realization that
if this is how life would be, this is the life they would have to get used to. Due to multiple different
influences, there are many inconsistencies when it comes to the role of women in ancient Japan.
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Japan Bangladesh Biliteral Economic Relation
An Assignment On JAPAN BANGLADESH BILITERAL ECONOMIC RELATION
INTRODUCTION Bangladeshi–Japanese relations were established in February 1972. Japan is
Bangladesh's 11th–largest export market; imports from Bangladesh make up 26% of all Japanese
imports from the least developed countries, second only to those from Cambodia. Common imports
from Bangladesh to Japan include leather goods, ready–made garments, and shrimp. By 2004, Japan
had become Bangladesh's fourth–largest source of foreign direct investment, behind the, United
Kingdom, and Malaysia. Japan's political goals in its relationship with Bangladesh include gaining
support for their bid to join the United Nations Security Council, and securing markets for their
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Japan was among the countries that recognized Bangladesh soon after the independence and
established diplomatic relations on 10 February 1972. Early that year both countries opened
Embassies in each other's capital. The first ever highest level visit from Bangladesh was undertaken
by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in 1973, as the Prime Minister of a free and independent
Bangladesh. Since then our two countries' relations have developed steadily and satisfactorily and
never looked back. Bangladesh and Japan have shared views on many key international issues and
closely worked for promoting global peace and stability. Both our countries have important
contributions in the UN peace keeping operations. Bangladesh supports Japan's permanent
membership in UN Security Council and appreciates its role as an observer of SAARC that anchors
it to the region as a bona fide partner. The relations with Japan are of priority for us and both
countries are already engaged to exploit the high potentials for further deepening and widening
cooperation. Japan Bangladesh Parliamentary League actively promotes mutual friendship between
the two countries. H.E. Mr. Taro Aso, the incumbent Prime Minister of Japan, assumed the office of
the President of the parliamentary body last year reflecting the confidence of Japan in Bangladesh's
potentials. Bangladesh is deeply appreciative of the Government and the people of Japan for
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Analysis Of Hideki Tojo, One Of The Worst Rulers
Due May 15th
Brayden Miller
Period – 7
May 14th, 2015
Mr. Thompson
Hideki Tojo, one of the worst rulers to live?
Background
Hello, I am former Prime Minister of Japan known as Hideki Tojo. I was a man who was born
December 30, 1884, and lived in a japanese district known as Kojimachi (Wikip). I was one of three
children under my father Hidenori Tojo who was a lieutenant general in the japanese imperial army.
in 1899, I entered the Army Cadet School, worked hard to get a reputation, and ended being
commissioned as a 2nd lieutenant in the IJA "Imperial Japanese Army" (Wikipedia). I then married
my lovely wife Katsuko Ito and had seven kids. I had lots of experience in military and politics as
time went on. I was the prime minister of japan from 1941 to 1944 when japan was fighting the U.S.
in world war II. I was promoted in 1934 to the general and chief personnel in the Army Ministry. In
1940 i became the Minister of war for japan. We could see our country by this time being just as
powerful as the european countries. Hitler, a good friend of mine during WWII, admired what we
were doing with japan, and that we would soon be a superpower. The need for supplies to further
advance our military was needed, so we started advancing through the pacific, island hopping. we
had a feeling that as we moved forward, the chance of the US starting a war would be inevitable. So
in 1941, after the US stopped transporting supplies to japan due to our advancements in the pacific, I
ordered
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Hirohito Tojo Biography
Biography: Hirohito Tojo was born on December 30, 1884 in Kōjimachi ward, Tokyo, Japan.. Tojo,
following in his father's footsteps, attended Army Cadet School. in 1899.Next, he attended Japanese
Military Academy. In 1905, Tojo completed all the courses at the Academy and became Second
Lieutenant in the Infantry. He married Katsuko Ito in 1909. Together, they had three sons and four
daughters..He entered the Army Staff College. In three years, he completed the program and was
promoted to captain and commanding officer in the 3rd Imperial Guards Regiment.In 1919, he
served in Switzerland as a military attaché. He was promoted to the rank of major in 1920.In 1921,
he served in Germany as a military attaché.He became an instructor at the Army Staff College in
1922.. In 1924, Tojo became lieutenant colonel. He became bureau chief in the Japanese Army in
1928.In August 1928, Hirohito was promoted to the reank of colonel. Tojo became the commanding
officer of the first infantry regiment. In this time, he was also active in Militarist politics..In 1931,
Tojo became a staff officer in the Army Chief Of Staff. He was promoted to the rank of major
general. He also served as the Chief of the Personnel Department.He later became the commanding
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On September 1945, he failed a suicide attempt.November 1948, Tojo was sentenced to death by
hanging for being a War Criminal. December 1048, Hirohito Tojo was hanged to death. Before
Hiroito died, he urged the American occupation to show compassion towards the Japanese people
Hirohito was among those enshrined at the Yasukuni Shrine. Government Policy: Hirohito Tojo used
to policy of Militarism. During his time as a Prime Minister, he helped in forming the Tripartite
Pact. Lasting Legacy: Tojo led one of greatest surprise attacks(Pearl Harbor) in history. His actions
in WW2 will always be remember by the
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Macroeconomics Of Japan And Japan
Jennifer Dawson Project essay December 16, 2015 The Macroeconomics of Japan While Japan's
economy may be contracting, the unemployment rate has lowered to 3.1 percent in October which
came down from the 3.4 percent that is was at in January of 2015. The lowest value since July of
1995, but as the number of unemployment has declined sharply and employment has rose. The
average of unemployment was 2.7 which was set in 1953. The unemployment rate for Japan is
reported by the Minister of Internal Affairs and Communication. The consumer price index has
remained at 103.9 index points in October from the index points of September. The consumer price
index for Japan had an average of 72.89 index points form 1957 until 2015, reaching the all time
high of 104.50 index points in October of 1998 and a record low of 18 index point from February of
1957. The transportation in Japan has become efficient public transportation system, mostly within
metropolitan areas and between the larger cities. The public transportation has characterized by the
punctuality the superb service and the more crowds of the people use the train system. Japan has a
bullet train which is the high speed train are used in the main island, which connects in Tokyo from
Honshu and Kyushu. Religion in Japan is Shinto and Buddhism are the two major religions. Shinto
is as old and the Japanese culture. Buddhism came from the main island in the sixth century. Since
then the two religions have co–existing in harmony
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Australia And Japan Expressed Their Interest Of Signing A...
Australia and Japan expressed their interest in signing a defence technology cooperation agreement
after Japanese Prime Minister Abe and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott 's meeting during
Abe's visit to Australia in July (Prime Minister of Australia 2014). This is surprising for the
international society as the Japanese constitution did not allow Japan to export its military
technologies until the Japanese government's recent change to Article 9 (Nye 2014). Even though
the agreement is not signed yet, this news had attracted many attention from around the globe. There
are various kinds of explanations and analyzations on why this two states would choose to release
such information at this time. The argument for this essay would be that the defence technology
cooperation agreement may be one of the many policies that aims on making Japan a normal
country, in response in the rising power of China and the threats from Korea, so that it can play a
better role in balancing regional security. This essay will try to prove this argument by briefly
introducing why Japan is not a normal country within the international society and Prime Minister
Abe's recent efforts to change this situation, how a defence technology cooperation agreement
between Australia and Japan can play a critical role on this matter, why Japan and Australia are
considering choose to sign such agreement with each other, and the incentives for Australia to
support Japan's goal of strengthening its military
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Japanese Presidential Campaign
First of all, Mrs. Candidate it is my honor to advice you for this years' presidential campaign. In
order to succeed in this campaign, it is important that you get familiar with Japan and also how their
local and international politics are structured. Before we start, let me please briefly introduce you
the structure of the Japanese government. After the World II Japan replaced their Meiji constitution
to its current Constitution in 1946. According to Maki the reason why Meiji constitution is because
as he stated "The national tragedy of a physically and spiritually devastating lost wars brought the
old constitutional order to an end." (Maki, 1990). In the new Constitution, it states that Japan shall
have a constitutional monarchy, in which the Emperor is the head of the state but serves only as the
symbol of the state with no power. (NYU, 2006). Moreover, the Japanese Government consists of
three branches including, the Executive branch, the legislative branch and the Judicial branch.
Executive power consists of the Prime Minister and other ministers who complete the Cabinet. On
the other hand, the Japanese national parliament "Diet" has the legislative power. The Diet is
comprised from both the House of Representatives and the House of Councilors. Moreover, both of
these houses are directly elected by the Japanese ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
In addition, due to the fact that Japanese government is purely elected by the Japanese people, the
election plays an extremely important role in Japanese politics. In addition, in the 3rd Chapter of the
Japanese Constitution, it mentions right and duties of the people including, the right to vote, right to
freedom and speech, freedom of religion and to the equality of all and so on. Based on the 3rd
Chapter of the Constitution, it is clear to see that Japan respects its citizens and provides essential
need to them. (JPN. Const. art.
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The Legacy Of Imperialism And Democracy Building After...
Briheem N. Hamilton, Jr.
November 19, 2015
History 205 – Second Essay
The Legacy of Imperialism and Democracy Building after World War II
Nagata, Japan – Post World War II
Japan was made into a protectorate of America after their unconditional surrender.¹ During the next
seven years, Allied powers occupied Japan. After Japan 's military forces were demobilized and
repatriated, the Occupation, led by General Douglas MacArthur of the U.S. army, turned to the
problem of making Japan democratic with the hope that its people would never again be led to fight
a war of aggression. Ultimately, in 1947 a new constitution was adopted with two key provisions:
sovereignty was transferred from the emperor to the people, and Japan as a nation renounced ...
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In 1952, the U.S. Occupation of Japan ended and by 1955 the Japanese economy had regained its
highest prewar production levels. A stable political system was also established with the
conservative and pro–American Liberal Democratic Party 's control of the government.
Post–War National Identity
From the sixties through the mid–eighties domestic politics were stable; the Liberal Democratic
Party maintained a solid majority in the Diet (parliament) and emphasized close relations with the
United States. Japan also achieved record economic growth – averaging 10 percent a year until the
seventies. Its economy grew from one less productive than Italy to the third largest in the world,
behind only the United States and the Soviet Union. Growth was especially strong in heavy industry,
such as steel, chemicals and machinery, and in advanced technology. Almost totally dependent on
imports for food and energy, Japan began to face increasing protectionism abroad and serious
pollution problems at home. Although Japan has brought pollution under control, trade frictions
continued. As one of the most advanced post–industrial societies in the world, the Japanese people
enjoyed prosperity and the benefits of a thriving middle–class society.
There was a strong wave of anti–nationalism" after the end of the war, even avoiding the term
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  • 1. What Are The Key Players In Ww2 World War II, or the Second World War, was fought by two wartime alliances: the Axis and the Allies. The major Axis powers included Nazi Germany (Germany), who has evoked the war, Fascist Italy (Italy), and the Empire of Japan (Japan). On the side of the Allies, there was United Kingdom, United States and Soviet Union. The latter two nations will join later in the war. On the Axis side, the key players were Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, and Hideki Tojo. Adolf Hitler was the Chancellor of Germany who rose to power by leading fascism in the country. He was also the principal instigator for World War II. Next, Mussolini was the Prime Minister of Italy who joined alongside Hitler. He was under a false ideology that Germany would come out victorious from the war. Finally, Hideki Tojo was the Prime Minister of Japan, who was formerly a general. He had militaristic tendency and was belligerent, leading to aggressive conquests and declaring war on the United States. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin were key players in the war. Roosevelt was the President of the United States who supported the Allies. He joined the Allies into war, following the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. After his death, Truman assumed presidency and brings the war to an end. Next, Churchill was the Prime Minister of United Kingdom who led the British forces during the war. He, with Roosevelt, planned military strategies and came up with the war aims. Lastly, Joseph Stalin was the communist leader of Soviet Union who joined the Allies after Germany's breaking of the Nazi–Soviet pact by attacking the Soviet ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 3. Shinzo Abe Research Paper Shinzo Abe was a member of a political family, both paternal and maternal side. His maternal grandfather Nobusuke Kishi was a key military leader and served as Japan's prime minister from 1957 to 1960. His paternal grandfather served in the Japan's House of Representatives, and his father also served in the house of representative and was the country's foreign minister from 1982 to 1986. Hailing from a high–profile political family, Shinzo Abe followed his family's footsteps and became Japan's youngest post–war prime minister and is currently prime minister of Japan. Abe studied political science at the University of Southern California after graduating from Seikei University in Tokyo in 1977. After he returned to Japan he joined Kobe Steel, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 5. The Yasukuni Shrine and the Rise of Japan The Yasukuni Shrine and the Rise of Japan's New Nationalism The Yasukuni Shrine is a Shinto shrine established in 1869 in Tokyo. It was constructed in order to honor and worship the soldiers who have died for their country in the Boshin Civil War that brought about the Meiji restoration and sacrificed their lives in the service of their emperor to build a firm foundation for Japan to become a truly peaceful country. For some Asian countries such as China and South Korea, which had been victims under Japanese imperialism and aggression in the first half of the 20th century, the shrine was built to commemorate Japanese war criminals in the World War II, and it has become a blatant symbol for Japanese wartime militarism from the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For the leftist and liberals, the Rape of Nanking is a key symbol of cruel Japanese militarism. They used the sympathy for civilian casualties to substantiate Article 9 of the constitution, which is essential to avoid another Nanking Massacre and to prevent Japan from waging wars in the future, and they viewed that the presence of Yasukuni proves the resurgence of Japanese militarism and the continual existence of feudalism in modern Japanese society. However, the rightist conservative camp in Japan is rising to prominence on a wave of patriotic assertiveness, and their influence is evident in the rewriting of Japanese textbooks to deny imperial Japan's conquest in China. Therefore, in addition to its militaristic history and ideology chasm between political camps, the symbolism of Yasukuni adds external political pressure on Japanese government to re–examine the articulation of its wartime past. Not only does the Yasukuni controversy generated disapproval from Japan's Asian neighbors, it also created domestic debate between the leftist and rightist political groups in Japan. In contrast to the Japanese leftist, the Chinese, and the Korean, the prime minister's shrine visits are supported by right–wing nationalists, who form a significant core component of the support base of the Liberal Democratic Party and dominates ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 7. The Political Structure Of The Japanese Political System... Unlike the American political system, which has the same political system as it did when the country was created, the Japanese political system is a more recent construct that was created as a result of millennia of imperial rule that slowly morphed into the constitutional monarchy that it is today. Throughout this process of shifting their political structure there has been heavy influence from the west, especially America and England to create a more democratic way of governing their nation. Although the Japanese government is similar to the US government, the imperial roots create a different governmental structure that creates different displays of power. It is said in The Nihon Shoki, one of the oldest books of Japanese history, that Japan was founded by Emperor Jimmu in 660 BC. The Japanese Emperor was the sovereign ruler of the country until the Emperor's rule began to end in the mid 12th century. The Japanese government shifted from imperial rule to shogunate rule after the Genpei War of 1180–1185. Shoguns were Japanese military rulers who would be appointed by the Emperor, but would hold all the power. It was around this time as well that the Japanese began to mingle with Europeans and begin to trade with the Portuguese and the Dutch. This spiked the economy because of Japan's abundance of precious metals and began to peak the Japanese's interest in western culture. Shogunate rule ended after the Meiji Restoration of 1868, when imperial rule returned to Japan. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 9. Japan Essay [pic] Japan Geography Japan is about the same size as California. Japan is made up of many islands. The four largest islands in Japan are Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, and Shikoku. Japan forms an arc in the Pacific Ocean. Japans total area is about 378,000 square kilometers. About 75% of Japans land is mountains. Japans highest mountain is Mount Fuji at 3776 meters. Japan has several volcanic regions and 80 volcanoes are considered active. Mount Fuji hasn't erupted since 1707 and is considered capable of erupting again in our lifetime. To the east of Japan is the Pacific Ocean and to the west is the Sea of Japan. Being in the middle of these two bodies of water has its advantages. Japan has a great abundance of fish! The climate in Japan ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The official language of Japan is Japanese. Many Japanese can also speak English to an extent. At almost all their meals the Japanese drink tea and eat rice. In Japan fish is most used for meals. The two most major religions that are practiced in Japan are Shinto and Buddhism. Japanese society imposes strong expectations on women and men. Women are expected to marry in their 20's, and take on the role of a house mom. They play a strong role in raising their children. Japanese are very strict about education. Students must attend 9 years of school then attend a University. Students who attend a University have a better rate of getting a good job than the others. Japan has a rich literary heritage. The country's literature mostly deals with the quality of human life and never–ending flowing time. Japanese families enjoy one of the highest income levels in the world, and their assets and savings are one of the worlds largest. Japan's economy is one of the largest in the world. Japan's manufactured products range from tiny computer components to giant oceangoing ships. The most important manufactured products include cars and trucks, electronic products, and communications and data processing equipment. Japan has a wide variety of minerals, but supplies of most are too small to satisfy the nation's needs. Japan imports large quantities of coal, copper, iron ore, and petroleum. The chief mining products include coal, copper, gold, lead, nickel, and silver. Japan has a modern ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 11. Japan 's Forced Constitution Causes Major Conflicts The ninth article of Japan's forced constitution causes major conflicts that damage Japan's Self Defense Force and its ability to aid its allies. The vague wording of the article questions the legitimacy of the Self Defense Force, and has been one of the biggest controversial subjects in Japan for decades. Many groups want to change the law, while others want to pass new laws to specify the boundaries of the 9th Article. Article nine is, depending on whom one asks, one of the most famous, or infamous part of the entire Japanese Constitution. The debate over the necessity of article nine is one of the most disputed arguments in the country. With 39.2% believing the article is unnecessary, and 22.1% saying it is necessary, nearly half of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The parties' stance on the ninth article can be divided among three categories. The Liberals, who wants to amend the constitution's ninth article, the Conservatives that do not want to change anything, and the Moderates that wish to create new laws to specify parts of the article. Of these, there are four primary parties. The Japanese Democratic Party and the Communist Party who don't want revision. The Osaka Party who want to wait until Prime Minister Abe steps down before beginning revision, and finally the Liberal Democratic Party who has fought for revision ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 13. Hideki Tojo : The Oldest Of Samurai Decedents Hideki Tojo was born in Tokyo on December 30, 1884. He was the oldest of samurai decedents. He enrolled into military school in1899, then attending theJapanese's military academy. He was following in his father's footsteps, who was a professional who served as a lieutenant colonel in the Japanese armyduring the Sino Japanese war. After graduating from the academy,he was commissioned as a second lieutenant of the military. In 1902 he met his wife Katsuko Ito, he had three sons and four daughters. In 1912 he entered the army staff collage, completing this he rose his rant to captain and commanding officer of third Imperial Guards Regiment. In 1919 he served in Switzerland as a military attaché. On august 10, 1920he was promoted of major. In 1921 Tojo served in Germany. On November 28, 1922,he became an instructor at the Army Staff Collage he graduated from. In 1924 Tojo was promoted to lieutenant colonel. On March 8 1929 he was assigned as a bureau chief of the Japanese army. On August 10, 1928Tojo was promoted to the rank of colonel and a year later August 1, 1929he became the commanding officer of the first infantry regiment. Around the same time,he was promoted he became very involved in military politics. In 1931 he became a staff officer in the army chief of staff. On March 18, 1933 Tojo was promoted to the rank major general and served as the chief of personnel Department. In 1934 he became the commanding officer of the twenty–fourth infantry brigade. Throughout the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 15. My topic that I have chosen is the Casablanca Conference .... My topic that I have chosen is the Casablanca Conference . This conference basically changed a lot of things during WWII. The Conference was held in the year of 1943 January 14 – January 24, also it was held in Morocco, Casablanca. The conference was decided to be held in Casablanca, Morocco because it was the safest place and closest for all the allies to meet together. Morocco welcomed the allies because they wanted the war to end as bad as anyone. Some countries loved the war because even though it might kill your population a war would bring money into your country because all of the trade going on. The allies consisted of leaders of the allied countries, the countries were United States of America, Great Britain, Soviet Union and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The prime minister suggested that the U.S help them bomb Germany. "Maybe after that it would be good to attack Germany" said Prime minister of Britain. It would be smart to attack the Germans, when they are weak. The president was a little hesitant to agree with the prime minister idea. Frank D. Roosevelt did not want to destroy anyone's population and that's including Japan and Italy. Franklin D. Roosevelt wanted to change Germany, Italy, and Japan P hilosophy of the world, because you cannot just take someone's rights from someone. Franklin D. Roosevelt was a pretty respectable man and kind–hearted but the War drained him. On the other hand, the Generals were in compliance with Prime minister strategy. The leaders of discuss the strategy and they also decided that they wanted an "unconditional surrender" a surrender in which no guarantees are given to the surrendering party. Basically the allies wanted the countries to give up without asking for anything back. Franklin D. Roosevelt even broadcasted across the radio that they were accepting nothing less than unconditionally war. He announced that statement on February 12, 1943. "In our uncompromising policy we mean no harm to the common people of the Axis nations. But we do mean to impose punishment and retribution upon their guilty, barbaric leaders said President Franklin D. Roosevelt The Casablanca Conference was a very important meeting because it was the beginning of WWII. That ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 17. The Meiji Republic The nation of Japan lies in the North Pacific Ocean, East of the Korean Peninsula and China. Slightly smaller than the U.S. state of California, it has a total area (land and water) of 377,915 square miles and is divided into four primary islands: Hokkaido, Kyushu, Honshu, and Shikoku. Japan is divided into 47 administrative divisions called prefectures. Japan was "founded" in 660 B.C. when Emperor Jimmu declared Japan as a sovereign Imperial nation. Until the Meiji Restoration in 1890, Japan operated under the Shogunate rule, which involved the rule of a hereditary dictator. The Meiji Constitution provided a constitutional monarchy instead of pure Imperial dictatorship. The Modern State of Japan began on May 3, 1947, which marked the formation of a new Japanese Constitution, an amendment to the Meiji Constitution. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Its Chief of State is Emperor Akihito, son of Emperor Hirohito of World War II, and his wife, Empress Michiko. Both monarchs hold no legitimate power, but instead represent the constitution. Instead, governmental power is held by the Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso, and the Diet, which operates in a similar manner to the U.S. Congress. The Diet, known in Japan as Kokkai, consists of a House of Councilors and a House of Representatives. The members serve a maximum term of 4 years. The Japanese Judiciary Branch is the Saiko Saibansho, or Japanese Supreme Court. It consists of a Chief Justice (currently Itsuro Terada) and 14 associate justices. The Saiko Saibansho operates on Japanese Statutory Law, known as the Six Codes. The first of these codes is the Constitution of Japan, followed by the Civil Code, Code of Civil Procedure, Criminal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure and the Commercial ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 19. Absolutism Research Paper Did you know Japan is made of 6852 islands? It is a country where people have rights ,and the government has 3 branches and is a constitutional monarchy since it has an emperor that is restricted by government. The government of Japan a constitutional monarchy so the citizens have many freedoms and no one has complete power. Citizens in Japan On those 6,852 islands Japan citizens have to follow rules and have many freedoms. For instance men and women 18 and over are allowed to vote. Though the citizens do not elect their prime minister or emperor, they elect their other branches of government. In other countries people can't because the leadership is passed down. Also they have freedom of religion speech ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Japan is a constitutional monarchy. Which means it is a country with a king, queen, or emperor that has power to a certain limit according to the government's constitution. According to prime minister government Explore kids web Japan, "Some of the basic features that it has in common with other countries include(1) respect for fundamental human rights,(2) sovereignty of the people and (3) government by politicians chosen by election." They also have to rule by the constitution of their country. (According to Japan government and society history geography), Japan is divided into 47 prefectures, which are like states in the U.S. They each have local governments that include a mayor, and an assembly. They also call their mayor a chief. For the prefectures all of their mayors are elected by the citizens in the prefectures. Also once one of the prefectures reaches a population of 500,000 citizens it becomes a designated city. Designated cities are split into wards which have a mayor and an assembly. That explains how Japan is a constitutional ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 21. Tokyo Legitation: The Diplomatic Relationship Between... In 1929, Canada opened a legation in Tokyo called Tokyo legation. This action was the inception of diplomatic relationship between Canada and Japan. The Tokyo legation was significant because it was the first legation Canada had in Asia and it was a hub that connected Canada and Asia in terms of diplomatic and trading activities. After World War II, Japan restored its diplomatic relationship with Canada in 1952 by signing Treaty of San Francisco. The two countries then sealed bilateral Agreement on Commerce in 1954 to restore economic relationship. Afterwards, in 1976, the Canada–Japan Framework for Economic Cooperation was signed. The framework created the Joint Economic Committee (JEC) which was the first major bilateral trade and investment between the two countries. In 1996, former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, Mrs. Chrétien and the Minister for International Trade Arthur C. Eggleton visited Japan to expand trading business between the two countries. They made deals in these fields: high technology sector, which includes aircraft, software, telecommunication equipment, and resource and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The agreement was launched after the release of Report of the Joint Study on the Possibility of a Canada–Japan Economic Partnership Agreement which found many potential opportunities that can help Canada and Japan deepen trading relations. The report anticipated domestic products gross approximately USD $4 billion each for both Canada and Japan as a result of free trade. An EPA also benefits Canada because Canadian businesses can use Japan as a platform to expand economic activities in Asian marketplace. Besides, by eliminating tariffs, Canadian importer and exporter can earn more profit provided by the Japanese ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 23. How Did Hideki Tojo Influence Pearl Harbor "When Reflecting upon it today, that the Pearl Harbor attack should have succeeded in achieving surprise seems a blessing from Heaven. It was clear that a great American fleet had been concentrated in Pearl Harbor, and we suppose that the state of alert would be very high." That was one of Hideki Tojos most famous quotes. During the time of World War II Tojo was the Prime Minister of Japan, but he did not start off as Japan's Prime Minister. Tojo was born on December 30, 1884 in Tokyo, Japan. He was the oldest son out of three of Hidenori Tojo, his father who was also a Lieutenant General in the Imperial Japanese Army. In 1899, Tojo entered the Army Cadet School following his fathers footsteps. When he graduated from the Japanese ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In 1933 he was appointed major general, two years later he was appointed head of Kwatung military police. Tojo earned the titles of Lieutenant General and Chief of Staff of the Kwatung army sometime between March 1937 and May 1938. Later that month in May he was appointed Vice Minister of War but he turned it down because he wanted to continue his work in the armed services. In 1941, Fuminaro Kondoye appointed him Minister of War. While he was Japan's Minister of War he wanted to conquer other European countries because he thought that if he did it would make Japan stronger. He failed to gain any land and in the end he lost support from people throughout Europe. Tojo also made his thoughts on the United States clear. He thought that we were lazy and incapable of being a string nation. Also while he was Minister of War Tojo made it clear that Japan should push south in the Far East and take the land owned by European nations. Not long after he was appointed Minister of War he was again appointed Prime Minister by the emperor of Japan on October 16th, 1941. When he was finally appointed Prime Minister he was convinced that a war with America could not be avoided. So he put Japan on a full war alert, which basically means that they were aware that they were going into war and that they were prepared. While he was Japan's Prime Minister he authorized the attack on Pearl Harbor. He thought that by doing that that it would again make Japan look stronger and would increase Japan's support for him. When the attack on Pearl Harbor took place it plunged the Far East into a war which was to end the destruction of Hiroshima. Following the attack of Pearl Harbor only made Tojo's power grow. Within hours after the attack, Tojo broadcasted a brief message to his countrymen warning them that "to annihilate this enemy and to establish a stable new order in East Asia, the nation first ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 25. Japan's Power In The United States Currently in the world there are 196 countries, each one with unique qualities and political structures. Japan is an island nation in East Asia that is located in the Pacific Ocean. It has a total of 6, 852 islands that make up about ninety seven percent of Japan's land area. It is the world's tenth largest population with 126 million people. The emperor ran the country until it was forced to surrender and the United States assisted in the reform of the country. Currently, Japan is a democracy with a constitution that used the structure of the United States as a model. It uses the three–branch system, however, one of its branches drastically outweighs the other two in regards to power. This developed nation has many aspects of it government ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A new constitution took affect in 1947; establishing a parliamentary system, with all adults eligible to vote and the emperor became mostly a symbolic head of state (Infoplease). United States troops were stationed in Japan because of a security treaty that was signed between the two countries in 1951 (Infoplease). However, in 1952, Japan regained full sovereignty and the Ryuku Islands, including Okinawa, were returned by the United States (Infoplease). During this time, the Liberal Democratic Party was formed (BBC). This party will govern the country, almost uninterruptedly, for the rest of the century and beyond (BBC). Also during this time, United States servicemen raped an Okinawa schoolgirl causing mass protest demanding the removal of United States forces from the island (BBC). Japan had an extraordinary postwar economic recovery and continued to grow through the 1970s and 1980s until it was the world's second largest economy (after the United States) (Infoplease). Because of scandals involving leaders of industry, government officials and bankers, Japan suffered in the Asian economic crisis in 1998, (Infoplease). In 2009, the Democratic Party of Japan won the general election and ended the unbroken rule of the Liberal Democratic Party (BBC). Also, in 2009, it faced the worst economic crisis since World War II because its economy shrank by 3.3% (BBC). However, it started to grow in 2010 but China overtook Japan as the world's second–largest economy ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 27. Second World War Alliances The Second World War, more commonly known as World War II, was grueling and rather a treacherous war. The war was dominated by two major wartime alliances: the Axis and the Allies. The major powers of the Axis were Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy, and Empire of Japan. They will be mentioned as Germany, Italy, and Japan respectively. On the Allies, the major powers were the United Kingdom, the United States of America, and Soviet Union. The Axis had major objectives that were similar like territorial expansion, but each also had different reasons for doing so. The Allies were mostly united in their objective to defeat the Axis and stop their expansion, but Soviet Union had its own interests. During the war, it is quite interesting to note that both of these alliances experienced cooperation but that they also experienced dissidences, where the Axis suffered more dissidences and disagreements than the Allies did. In the Axis alliance, there were three key political players. They were Adolf Hitler of Germany, Benito Mussolini of Italy, and Hideki Tojo of Japan. Each of them was recognized for wielding power and leading the war ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Tojo came to power when he became the new prime minister of Japan. The previous prime minister was unable to diplomatically deal with U.S. embargo situation and was refusing to consider the option of war. Tojo was appointed by Emperor Hirohito on October 16th, 1941 and was given the similar task of making U.S. call off the oil embargo, which he had a plan. He set a deadline for negotiating peace while preparing the Japanese naval and armed forces for war (17). Since the negotiation did not work, Tojo took action. On December 7th, 1941, he ordered the bombing of U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor. The attack was put together by Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto (18). Thus, Japan joined the war by declaring war against the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 29. The Is A Japan 's Symbolic Image Yasukuni shrine, is a Japan's symbolic image. Located in Chiyoda, Tokyo, this shrine is widely recognized as a Shinto Shrine. Founded on June 1869 by the Emperor Meiji himself, its existence has the purpose of commemorating those who have fallen for the Empire of Japan. Also the original name is Tōkyō Shōkonsha, which means shrine to summon the soul. There would not be much to say if it was one in many normal Shinto shrines in Japan which their existence do not concerned politics. The difference is that the shrine "specifically honors 2.5 million fallen heroes – officers, personnel which died during military service" and 14 "considered–war–criminals" (particularly class–A war criminals) in the World War II – when Japan was a fascist regime – were being enshrined (spiritually kept in the shrine through a sort of traditional Japanese ceremony). Related to this topic is the article: "The Yasukuni Shrine dispute and the politics of identity in Japan" by Daiki Shibuichi. From the beginning, the article started with the question: "Why all the fuss". The fuss mentioning is the complexity of Japan's attitude toward the Yasukuni Shrine to reconcile the nation's political identities through it. In general, the whole text is focused on the role of Japanese rightist and the aspect of identity politics in Japan (as mentioned in the abstract). The author wrote that it is a must to visit the Yasukuni Shrine for anyone who is interested in Japan's society and politics. So that the shrine ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 31. An Evaluation Of A Company At This Time First of all, I am glad to inform you that I am thrilled to be advising your company at this time. Thus, I would do my very best to help the company to perform at its best. In order to accomplish this, first I would like to introduce the current economic, politics, and the social conditions in Japan to help the company to decide whether or not it should invest money in this country. This information is crucial in business because all these three factors mentioned above play a significant role for private businesses to be successful in certain countries. Therefore, I would like to start this advisement with the economic situation in Japan since this is the most important of all three. Initially, for investor companies, the economic conditions of the country that the firm is investing is vital. For example, an investment for Zimbabwe is not going to be a great decision. Zimbabwe is a country surrounded by a myriad of problems. For instance, "Zimbabwe's GDP has declined by 38 percent between 1998 and 2003" (Raftopoulos, 2015) also the inflation in Zimbabwe is enormous that the price of consumer items like meat and clothes rose by 223 percent in a week (Wines, 2007). This economic condition can be readily understood that the economy in Zimbabwe is highly unstable; therefore, the investment will be a poor decision. On the other hand, the economy in Japan is quite stable. Japan is one of the biggest exporters in the world also they have they third largest GDP. However, after the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 33. Yasukuni Issue Summary Japanese Prime Minister Junichi Koizumi brought relations between China and Japan to a standstill with his annual visits to Yasukuni Shrine. John Breen's edited volume, Yasukuni, the War Dead and the Struggle for Japan's Past (2008) explores this political break, and fills a gap in the literature with balanced debate. His text is a timely contribution, which not only debates Koizumi's Yasukuni issue, but also highlights the challenges facing the incoming Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, by bringing to the fore the intersection of politics, history, and religion, and highlighting the ways in which reconciliation can be wielded as a political tool. Yasukuni is a compilation of varied, and detailed articles, which intimately address the various perspectives ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Yasukuni is a product of the Meiji Restoration's State–Shinto, rather than the traditional shinto practice native to Japan. Takahashi Tetsuya supports Breens claims arguing that the Yasukuni ideology was "essential and instrumental in raising the morale of the Japanese military, and in the spiritual mobilization of the entire populace for war." (pg 110) These arguments prove that the purpose of Yasukuni is fundamentally based in political rhetoric. Wang Zhixin argues that China has recognised the political foundation of Yasukuni from the beginning of the 20th Century, and Caroline Rose explores the political ramifications of Prime Ministerial shrine visits. Her chapter highlights the dichotomous nature of Yasukuni shrine, as a representation of Japanese aggression in neighboring countries, and a tool of spiritual healing within Japan. Although the Yasukuni issue is one small part of a broader East Asian reconciliation problem, Breen's volume highlights the way memory of conflict has been utilised as a tool of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 35. Political Profile : Japan Political Profile: Japan A. Government Structure: Government background: The government of Japan is a constitutional monarchy. This means that the power of the Emperor is limited and is relegated primarily to ceremonial duties. In many other states in Japan, the government is divided into three branches the Executive branch, the Legislative branch, and the Judicial branch, which was established in the Constitution of Japan. The Constitution defines the government to be in a unitary form of a parliamentary system. Executive: The Executive branch of Japan is headed by the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister is the head of the Cabinet and is chosen by the Legislative branch. The Prime Minister does have Executive powers but is responsible for decisions as they may be dismissed or denied by the Legislative branch. The Prime Minister serves a term of four years or less, and there are no limits imposed on the number of terms he or she may hold. The Prime Minister is the head of government and commander–in–chief. He or she is also in power of presenting bills to the Legislative branch and also signing them, and declaring a state of emergency. The Prime Minister also gets to choose a cabinet which consists of him or her and the ministers of state. The members of the Cabinet are appointed by the Prime Minister and under the Cabinet Law the number of members appointed excluding the Prime Minister must be fourteen or less. The members of the Cabinet must be chosen from either house of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 37. Jap A Very Interesting Place, It Is The Same Size Of The... Japan is a very interesting place, it is the same size of the state California and the lifestyle can be divided into three types: farm land type, fishing village type, and urban types. When learning about the political area I have learned that in the United States we have a President and Secretaries of the state, but in Japan they have Emperor's (chief of state), Prime Ministers, and Deputy Prime Ministers. The chef of state is named Emperor Akihito and the head of government is Prime Minister Shinzo ABE; Deputy Prime Minister Taro ASO. (CIA, 2016) The prime minister is the leader of the largest political party and appoints various ministries to make up his cabinet. Political power is supposed to be shared between national government and regional governments. However, most of the time the national government is unwilling or unable to fix urgent or local matters. According to Funabashi, "The country's population has been declining since 2008 at 128 million people to 2016 at 127 million people. The prime minister has set the first numerical target to stabilize the population at 100 million over the next 50 years, breaking a postwar political taboo". (Funabashi, 2016) In japan the population is growing slowly and aging rapidly, and that is effecting the older population (Pulsipher, 2010). It is bad when there are more dogs and cats registered than there are children under the age of fifteen. It is like the people are not producing children anymore there. The families are not ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 39. Similarities Between Japan And Canadian Government Japan and Canada are on opposite sides of the world, but are they on opposite sides of government? That's what I've been researching about for the past three weeks. TYPE OF GOVERNMENT Japan is a constitutional monarchy, which means that the emperor's power is limited and saved for special ceremonies. Canada is also a constitutional monarchy, where Queen Elizabeth II plays a symbolic role instead of a position in power. STRUCTURES AND FUNTIONS Japans government is sorted into three branches; the judicial branch, the legislative branch, and the executive branch. Similarly, Canada has the same branches. In Japan executive powers are exclusively in the Cabinet, which consists of a prime minister and the ministers he or she appoints. The prime minister, is appointed by the emperor, by the Diet. The prime minister appoints the other members of the Cabinet, all of whom must be members of the legislature. The Cabinet is responsible to the Diet and must resign if the House of Representatives passes a vote that takes them off a seat of power. In Canada the executive branch holds the positions of the lieutenant governor: W. Thomas Molloy, premier, cabinet, and public service. In Canada the lieutenant governor is appointed by the governor general ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The emperor appoints the chief justice upon designation by the Cabinet, which also appoints the other justices. The judges can only be removed by public impeachment. The Supreme Court determines the constitutionality of laws and all its decisions are final. It supervises a system of four inferior courts: A High Court, which rules on appeals of judgments by the lower courts; a District Court; a Family Court; and a Summary Court. In Canada the supreme court is also the highest court, a court of last appeal. The supreme court of Canada has nine judges, one of the judges is the chief justice and eight other regular ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 41. Canadian Apology Analysis The Canadian Government Apologizes for their Discriminatory Behaviour After 40 years of ignoring the issue, the Canadian Government has apologized to the Japanese Canadians for the discrimination they faced during World War Two at last. Shuja Agha, September 23rd,1988, Toronto Press On September 22nd, 1988, Prime Minister Brian Mulroney delivered a formal apology to the Japanese Canadians on behalf of the Canadian government for violating their rights and for taking precautionary measures against them during The Second World War. Prime Minister Mulroney along with several department ministers like Naomi Yamamoto, the minister of advanced education, officially apologized to the Japanese Canadians at the House of Commons. The apology was ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... With the withdrawing of Japan from the League of Nations, their attack on Pearl Harbour and then their battle against the Allied Forces during the Battle of Hong Kong, Prime Minister Mackenzie King thought that it was necessary to take precautionary measures against the Japanese by interning them, just in case any individual or group planned to aid their country. Many Japanese were outraged, as most were innocent. They were then taken to internment camps located in the interior of British Columbia, where they faced poor living conditions, had no electricity nor any running water. "The experience was horrific. We barely survived after long days of work and being given nearly expired food," said a Japanese mother who was involved in the experience. The property and valuables of the Japanese were seized by the government and weren't returned. This injustice with the Japanese is what led to this apology. As a part of the apology and to show the sincerity of their apology, Canada has promised each Japanese evacuee still residing in Canada $21,000 dollars, along with $12 million for a Japanese community fund and $24 million to create a Canadian Race Relations Foundation. Canada expects better relationship with Japan and the Japanese Canadians in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 43. Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Role In World War Two Franklin Roosevelt was a major key In World War 2, for example Franklin Delano Roosevelt was commonly known as FDR, was an American statesman and political leader who served as the 32nd President of the United States from 1933 until his death in 1945. His program for relief, recovery, and reform, known as the New Deal, involved a great expansion of the federal government's role in the economy. As a dominant leader of the Democratic Party, he built the New Deal Coalition that brought together and united labor unions, big city machines, white ethnics, African Americans, and rural white Southerners in support of the party. The Coalition significantly realigned American politics after 1932, creating the Fifth Party System and defining American ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He led Britain's fight against Nazi Germany in World War II. Churchill was a talented orator, giving many stirring speeches to boost national morale during the war. A close friend of American presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman, Churchill hoped to join the Americans in building a postwar order that limited Soviet leader Josef Stalin's ability to dominate European affairs.In January 1943, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill met with President Franklin D. Roosevelt in Casablanca, Morocco to plan attacks on all war fronts, to invade Sicily and Italy, to send forces to the Pacific, and to better aid the Soviet Union. Though not at first seeing the threat that Adolf Hitler posed when he rose to power in 1933, Churchill gradually became a leading advocate for British rearmament. By 1938, as Germany began controlling its neighbors, Churchill had become a staunch critic of Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's policy of appeasement toward the Nazis. On September 3, 1939, the day that Britain declared war on Germany, Churchill was appointed first lord of the Admiralty and a member of the war cabinet, and by April 1940, he became chairman of the Military Coordinating Committee. Later that month, Germany invaded and occupied Norway, a setback for Neville ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 45. The On The Elimination Of All Forms Of Discrimination... Rationale According to the latest concluding observations of Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), article 14 of Maternal Health Act 1948 is problematic since it states that '[t]he women are required to get content from their spouses in order to obtain an abortion' (CEDAW, 2016, para. 38 (b)). However, the actual description in it is a doctor 'may perform an Induced Abortion on a person who falls under any of the following items after obtaining consent from the relevant person and the spouse' (Maternal Health Act 1948, Art. 14 (1)). In other words, it does not regulate the women to obtain their spouses' contents, but it states that a doctor has to obtain consents from both the woman and her ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Then I will analyze the current Japanese situation by using various literatures, not only works of feminist scholars such as Petchesky (1985) and Norgen (2001), but also works of cultural anthropologist scholars such as Burnlund (1989). As Okin argues, even though Japan has a different cultural background from other developed countries, especially Western countries, cultural exception should not be adopted (1998, p.38). I agree on her argument, therefore, I do not intend to discuss that the conclusion of CEDAW ignores the Japanese cultural character, and it is wrong or inadequate. However, to understand the problem and its background, analysing it within the framework of culture might be still necessary. In addition to the works from those scholars, I am also using research data of contraceptive use in Japan as it seems to be remarkably unique among developed countries (Sato et al, 2006). Structure My research begins with a summary of the international movement toward recognition of abortion as a women's human right. Article 98 (2) of Constitution of Japan 1947 states that '[t]he treaties concluded by Japan and established laws of nations shall be faithfully observed'. Hence, it can be said that to understand how international law regulates abortion and modify current Japanese act to align with it are necessary. Although Tozzi introduces '[n]o global UN treaty contains the word "abortion," nor can a "right" to abortion be inferred from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 47. The Impact Of Abenomics Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's plan to raise the participation rate The Japanese government has energetically promoted women labor force to develop the Japanese economy since the second Abe's administration started in 2012. He has got launched the new governmental policies called Abenomics, which is supported by three main policies, what he calls three arrows, to revive the Japanese economy. He has tried to build better society for businesspersons including female workforce to activate their own competence family in their business through deregulations by conducting his third policy (Prime Minister of Japan and His cabinet, 2014). Even if Japanese gender culture creates problems for increasing the number of Japanese female labor force, Abenomics has the potential to improve the women's work life balance. It is difficult for Japanese ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Prime Minister Abe has attempted to build the larger numbers of childcare facilities, referred to the Yokohama method. He also has urged Japanese companies to have more female manager and executives in order to increase women's influences on workplace. Unfortunately, the Japanese traditional culture on gender role has still brought burden on women in their housework and childcare. However it is on starting point that the Japanese government realizes a gender free society. Abe made his comment on World Assembly for Women in Tokyo that " I will stand at the forefront as we work to build a society in which all people–both men and women–shine" (Abe, 2014, p.6). Although there still exist some problems, it looks straightforward that Abe's vision attempts to create a better society where not only men but also women will fairly take an active role in Japanese society. Therefore Abe's actions is expected to change unfair society based on traditional gender role into realize gender free society where all Japanese will shine. (1485 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 49. How The History Of Japan Plays A Big Factor In... The History of Japan plays a big factor in understanding its culture. Japan is located in Eastern Asia, island chain between the North Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Japan, east of the Korean Peninsula. Japan has many concerning natural hazardous features as well as environmental problems that effects agriculture as well as economy and population. Japan's government and civil law system reflect those of German and Anglo–American structures. Learning about the people and society of Japan can be easily accomplished by understanding their religious structure, social structure, languages they speak and interest they uphold. In 1603, after years of civil warfare, the Tokugawa Shogunate (dynastic–led government) kept in the shadows of foreign influence. For more than two centuries this policy allowed Japan to enjoy a flowering of their indigenous culture. In 1854, Japan sign the Treaty of Kanagawa which allowed port trading with the United States. During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Japan became a regional power that had the ability to destroy the forces of China and Russia. In 1931, Japan was able to occupy Manchuria, and in 1937 launched a full scale invasion of China. In 1941 Japan attacked U.S forces which stirred up the beginning of WWII. After Japan's defeat in WWII, the country was able to recover and become an economic power and an ally of the U.S. In March 2011, Japan's strongest earthquake, followed by a devastating tsunami, devastated the north ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 51. Japanese Australia Economic Partnership Agreement The Japanese–Australia Economic Partnership Agreement Japanese Assessment Task Submission Date – 29th of June 2016 Word Count – 1052 By Anastasia Nikitaras On the 8th of July 2014 the Prime Minister of Australia Tony Abbott and the Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe signed the Japan–Australia Economic Partnership Agreement (JAEPA) (Japan–Australia Economic Partnership Agreement, 2016). This agreement has allowed for support in a two–way investment for both these countries. This agreement will bring the economies of both countries closer along their social relations (Japan–Australia Economic Partnership Agreement, 2016). Agreements like these have led to a more successful future for Australia and Japan along with more successful trading relationships with other countries. This can be seen today though agreements such as the Trans–Pacific Partnership. There are many reasons and consequences as to why Japan and Australia signed the JAEPA. In Japan only 20% of its land is suitable for cultivation and there is such a high demand of live stock which there is no space for (Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing In Japan, 2016). The rice industry in Japan is characterized as "sick" sectors as there are failing agricultural incomes and connections to bad health (Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing In Japan, 2016). With Japan's ageing population it is hard to find jobs for the older generations. By Japan signing the JAEPA they allow for opportunities in new technologies ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 53. Meiji Restoration And The Industrialization Of Japan The 1868 Meiji Restoration ensued the state–led industrialization of Japan, adopting western practices to be comparable to other industrialized nations. Included in this endeavor was the adoption of imperialism in 1894, embarking on the aggressive expansion into Asian territories. Ultimately, the Japanese's expansionist policies resulted in a series of Sino–Japanese wars that fostered war crimes against the Chinese and occupied territories. Many of these crimes involved forcing women into becoming "comfort women" for Japanese soldiers and the Nanking Massacre, where Japanese troops murdered upwards of 300,000 residents and raped the women of Nanking, China. Yet, although international tribunals implicated Japanese military leaders after World War II for their wartime atrocities, the United States occupation authorities soon released them to aid in the democratization of Japan. As many of these military leaders passed away, Japanese officials placed their remains at the Yasukuni Shrine. Consequently, a visit from prime ministers to the Yasukuni Shrine sparks outrage among the Asian governments hurt by the war criminals, as they believe the Japanese government should not honor the men who committed war crimes. Yet, despite the outrage from other Asian governments, the Japanese government refuses to change, displaying little remorse for their previous actions. Therefore, issues of historical memory are a recurring issue in Japan's domestic and international politics ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 55. Japan 's Culture And Its Unique Geography Essay Japan's culture began with its unique geography as an island that is separated and isolated from other East Asian countries. While there are many theories about modern's Japanese ancestor; however, most Japanese archaeologists believe the first people that lived and colonized in Japan was the Ainu. The combined evidence of archeology, anthropology, and genetics have shown the indistinctive look between Ainu and the modern Japanese. In their overall genetic makeup, the Ainu are related to other East Asians, include Japanese and Koreans. The distinctive appearance and hunter lifestyle of the Ainu, and the indistinctive appearance and the intensive agricultural lifestyle of the Japanese have suggested that the Ainu are descended from Japan's original hunter–gatherer inhabitants (Diamond). Japan independence includes three main dates. The most important and current constitution adopted as amendment to Meiji Constitution date was 3 May 1947. Other notable earlier dates include 660 B.C., traditional date of the founding of the nation by Emperor JIMMU and 29 November 1890, date in which Meiji Constitution provides for constitutional monarchy (Japan). The most important and major revolution in Japan's history was the Meiji Revolution, a chain of events that restored practical imperial rule to Japan in 1868 under Emperor Meiji. The Restoration led to enormous changes in Japan 's political and social structure. The period spanned from 1868 to 1912 and was responsible for the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 57. Essay on The Nation Of Japan The small island of Japan is both unique and rich in culture. Japan has made many advancements in its time. In the topics of history, government, geography, culture, and economy, Japan has a very interesting background and future. The earliest known period in Japan was the Jomon period, which lasted from 13000 BC to 300 BC. This period included mostly fisherman and hunters. During the Yayoi period, agriculture was introduced and social classes began to form. In the mid 500's, Buddhism was introduced to Japan, mostly due to influence from the mainland's. Japanese society began to grow and become more advanced. The Emperor was technically the leader of Japan, but he had little actual power. Regents, court nobles, and shoguns usually ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Japan's unconditional surrender to the U.S. soon followed on August 15, 1945. Japan remained in U.S. occupation until 1952. Japan took awhile to rebuild but eventually became a military power again and a strong military presence still remains in Japan today. Japan has a parliamentary government with a constitutional monarchy. The head of government is Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama. The Prime Minister is elected by the legislative branch . The chief of state is Emperor Akihito. The emperor does not have any power. He is simply a symbol for Japan. The cabinet is led by the Prime Minister. The cabinet includes the ministers that the Prime Minister has appointed. The Japanese legislative branch or parliament includes a House Of Representatives and the House of Councillors. There are 480 members in the House of Representatives and 242 members in the House of Councillors. Members of the Japanese parliament are elected by the citizens of Japan. Elections for the House of Representatives take place every four years. Half of the House of Councillors are elected ever three years. You must be 20 or older to be Slater 3 eligible to vote. Women have the right to vote. The Supreme court is the highest court. The chief justice of the Supreme Court is appointed by the Prime Minister, but all other justices are appointed by the cabinet. Japan is located in Eastern Asia in the Pacific Ocean. It ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 59. Powers Of Powers Current Event: Constitutions of the World Part I: Powers of Branches, Powers granted/denied to government. Comparison of the US and Denmark After all, there was a reason why the framers of the Constitution of the United States regulated the powers of the branches of government, and also granted and denied powers to the government. In terms of powers to the branches, the framers wanted to have three separate branches of government with their individual powers, working together to form a more synchronized and unified government. They also wanted to avoid the one–man–rules–all monarchy of the British. Under the constitution, they separated the powers of the government into 3 branches, the Legislative branch, whose duty is to make the laws, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Japan runs under a Constitutional Monarchy, however, like the US, they do have 3 branches of government. One of the main similarities between the US and Japan is the supreme court. Both supreme courts are the highest law of the land, and both assume very similar powers, such as judicial reviews, and declaring acts unconstitutional. Also similar to the United States, the National Diet, Japan's legislature has two houses, the House of Councillors, and ironically, the House of Representatives. Japan's legislature assumes many of the same powers as the US Congress, as it has the ability to make laws and control the national budget. Unlike the US, the National Diet has the power to select the Prime Minister of Japan with a majority ruling. A main difference between the US and Japan is the executive branch. Japan has a national emperor, however, the emperor assumes no real political power and is merely a figurehead. The political head of the executive branch is the Prime Minister, who has very similar powers as the President of the United States. In terms of powers granted to the government, in Japan, they are almost all granted to the national governments. Unlike the United States, the 47 prefectures (states) of Japan have little to no power, meaning most of the power of the Japanese government is coming straight from the capital, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 61. The Life of Hideki Tojo and His Contribution to Japan Essay Hideki Tojo was born in Tokyo on December 30, 1884. Tojo was the eldest son in his family. Tojo entered military school in 1899. He ended up being forced to follow in the footsteps of his father. His father was a military man. He was a lieutenant colonel in the Sino–Japanese War and a major general in the Russo–Japanese War. Tojo and Katsuko Ito ended up getting married. Together they had seven children. He was born into a more respected family. Tojo's mother was the daughter of a Buddhist priest. He was Shinto and Buddhist. Shinto is a set of practices establishing a connection between present–day Japan and its ancient past. Buddhism is a religion that has a variety of traditions, beliefs based on teachings from Siddhartha Gautama. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Navy gained important political influence over national and international affairs. During the era of the weak emperor Taisho, political powers were shifted from an Oligarchic government to a parliament and democratic parties. In the First World War, Japan joined the Allied powers, but only had a minor role in fighting against German forces in Eastern part of Asia. There was Paris Peace Conference of 1919, Japan's proposal of amending a "racial equality clause" agreement to the League of Nations were rejected by the following countries; United States, Britain and Australia. Racial discrimination towards the Japanese started hatred and rivalries between countries. They were again a major factor for the worst of a relation in the decades coming forward to World War 2. In 1924, for example, the US Congress passed the Exclusion Act that prohibited further immigration from Japan. These problems later were to be dealt by Tojo. Hideki Tojo came into power by attending Military college, and serving as a military attaché in Germany. He then became the leader of militarists of Japan. He started doing speeches about how he despised weak civilian politicians. His views were shared by many, even the army. People started liking and respecting him more when he led his army through victories in Manchuria from 1931 and on. Tojo then became even more popular and respected when he was named the Minister of War. He decided that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 63. Gender Roles in Japan Essay It is no secret that for centuries, the Japanese woman has been, to most observers, a model of elegance and graceful beauty. A picture of a kimono–clad, modest, and often silent woman has been plastered everywhere, allowing for the upmost passive subjection. If we look deeper into this image of woman, can we tell if this picture is complete? How do these women painted in representative images far in the modern world? The ideal woman in Japan is expected to be both a good wife, and a wise mother. Though these seem like reasonable expectations, there is a much deeper meaning to them that has shown signs of being outdated. During the 1800's and 1900's, women were subjected to society's vision of them, and could not break free for fear of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... "She is intelligent, modest, unselfish, and always thoughtful of the other members of the family. She is particular about her manner and impresses everybody she meets with her graceful dignity...She rises earlier and retires later than anybody else in the family. She has never allowed herself to enjoy a lazy Sunday morning in bed, and the sickbed is the only place for her to rest...Endurance and repression are her greatest ideals. She says to me, 'Endurance a woman should cultivate more than anything else. If you endure well in any circumstance, you will achieve happiness." This quote is representative of the popular stereotype of Japanese women. It defines how they worked hard at home to please the men, and did whatever was expected of them without complaint. A key word in this quote is endurance. It is stated that a woman who endures well in any circumstance will achieve happiness, and what is said is true. History reports that though there were many women in leadership positions (Queens, empresses, etc.), they appeared to be second–class citizens. It seemed as though the only relationship they were prompted to have was with their husbands. However, they endured. They came to the realization that if this is how life would be, this is the life they would have to get used to. Due to multiple different influences, there are many inconsistencies when it comes to the role of women in ancient Japan. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 65. Japan Bangladesh Biliteral Economic Relation An Assignment On JAPAN BANGLADESH BILITERAL ECONOMIC RELATION INTRODUCTION Bangladeshi–Japanese relations were established in February 1972. Japan is Bangladesh's 11th–largest export market; imports from Bangladesh make up 26% of all Japanese imports from the least developed countries, second only to those from Cambodia. Common imports from Bangladesh to Japan include leather goods, ready–made garments, and shrimp. By 2004, Japan had become Bangladesh's fourth–largest source of foreign direct investment, behind the, United Kingdom, and Malaysia. Japan's political goals in its relationship with Bangladesh include gaining support for their bid to join the United Nations Security Council, and securing markets for their finished goods. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Japan was among the countries that recognized Bangladesh soon after the independence and established diplomatic relations on 10 February 1972. Early that year both countries opened Embassies in each other's capital. The first ever highest level visit from Bangladesh was undertaken by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in 1973, as the Prime Minister of a free and independent Bangladesh. Since then our two countries' relations have developed steadily and satisfactorily and never looked back. Bangladesh and Japan have shared views on many key international issues and closely worked for promoting global peace and stability. Both our countries have important contributions in the UN peace keeping operations. Bangladesh supports Japan's permanent membership in UN Security Council and appreciates its role as an observer of SAARC that anchors it to the region as a bona fide partner. The relations with Japan are of priority for us and both countries are already engaged to exploit the high potentials for further deepening and widening cooperation. Japan Bangladesh Parliamentary League actively promotes mutual friendship between the two countries. H.E. Mr. Taro Aso, the incumbent Prime Minister of Japan, assumed the office of the President of the parliamentary body last year reflecting the confidence of Japan in Bangladesh's potentials. Bangladesh is deeply appreciative of the Government and the people of Japan for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 67. Analysis Of Hideki Tojo, One Of The Worst Rulers Due May 15th Brayden Miller Period – 7 May 14th, 2015 Mr. Thompson Hideki Tojo, one of the worst rulers to live? Background Hello, I am former Prime Minister of Japan known as Hideki Tojo. I was a man who was born December 30, 1884, and lived in a japanese district known as Kojimachi (Wikip). I was one of three children under my father Hidenori Tojo who was a lieutenant general in the japanese imperial army. in 1899, I entered the Army Cadet School, worked hard to get a reputation, and ended being commissioned as a 2nd lieutenant in the IJA "Imperial Japanese Army" (Wikipedia). I then married my lovely wife Katsuko Ito and had seven kids. I had lots of experience in military and politics as time went on. I was the prime minister of japan from 1941 to 1944 when japan was fighting the U.S. in world war II. I was promoted in 1934 to the general and chief personnel in the Army Ministry. In 1940 i became the Minister of war for japan. We could see our country by this time being just as powerful as the european countries. Hitler, a good friend of mine during WWII, admired what we were doing with japan, and that we would soon be a superpower. The need for supplies to further advance our military was needed, so we started advancing through the pacific, island hopping. we had a feeling that as we moved forward, the chance of the US starting a war would be inevitable. So in 1941, after the US stopped transporting supplies to japan due to our advancements in the pacific, I ordered ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 69. Hirohito Tojo Biography Biography: Hirohito Tojo was born on December 30, 1884 in Kōjimachi ward, Tokyo, Japan.. Tojo, following in his father's footsteps, attended Army Cadet School. in 1899.Next, he attended Japanese Military Academy. In 1905, Tojo completed all the courses at the Academy and became Second Lieutenant in the Infantry. He married Katsuko Ito in 1909. Together, they had three sons and four daughters..He entered the Army Staff College. In three years, he completed the program and was promoted to captain and commanding officer in the 3rd Imperial Guards Regiment.In 1919, he served in Switzerland as a military attaché. He was promoted to the rank of major in 1920.In 1921, he served in Germany as a military attaché.He became an instructor at the Army Staff College in 1922.. In 1924, Tojo became lieutenant colonel. He became bureau chief in the Japanese Army in 1928.In August 1928, Hirohito was promoted to the reank of colonel. Tojo became the commanding officer of the first infantry regiment. In this time, he was also active in Militarist politics..In 1931, Tojo became a staff officer in the Army Chief Of Staff. He was promoted to the rank of major general. He also served as the Chief of the Personnel Department.He later became the commanding officer of the 24th Infantry Brigade. In 1935, Hirohito ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... On September 1945, he failed a suicide attempt.November 1948, Tojo was sentenced to death by hanging for being a War Criminal. December 1048, Hirohito Tojo was hanged to death. Before Hiroito died, he urged the American occupation to show compassion towards the Japanese people Hirohito was among those enshrined at the Yasukuni Shrine. Government Policy: Hirohito Tojo used to policy of Militarism. During his time as a Prime Minister, he helped in forming the Tripartite Pact. Lasting Legacy: Tojo led one of greatest surprise attacks(Pearl Harbor) in history. His actions in WW2 will always be remember by the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 71. Macroeconomics Of Japan And Japan Jennifer Dawson Project essay December 16, 2015 The Macroeconomics of Japan While Japan's economy may be contracting, the unemployment rate has lowered to 3.1 percent in October which came down from the 3.4 percent that is was at in January of 2015. The lowest value since July of 1995, but as the number of unemployment has declined sharply and employment has rose. The average of unemployment was 2.7 which was set in 1953. The unemployment rate for Japan is reported by the Minister of Internal Affairs and Communication. The consumer price index has remained at 103.9 index points in October from the index points of September. The consumer price index for Japan had an average of 72.89 index points form 1957 until 2015, reaching the all time high of 104.50 index points in October of 1998 and a record low of 18 index point from February of 1957. The transportation in Japan has become efficient public transportation system, mostly within metropolitan areas and between the larger cities. The public transportation has characterized by the punctuality the superb service and the more crowds of the people use the train system. Japan has a bullet train which is the high speed train are used in the main island, which connects in Tokyo from Honshu and Kyushu. Religion in Japan is Shinto and Buddhism are the two major religions. Shinto is as old and the Japanese culture. Buddhism came from the main island in the sixth century. Since then the two religions have co–existing in harmony ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 73. Australia And Japan Expressed Their Interest Of Signing A... Australia and Japan expressed their interest in signing a defence technology cooperation agreement after Japanese Prime Minister Abe and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott 's meeting during Abe's visit to Australia in July (Prime Minister of Australia 2014). This is surprising for the international society as the Japanese constitution did not allow Japan to export its military technologies until the Japanese government's recent change to Article 9 (Nye 2014). Even though the agreement is not signed yet, this news had attracted many attention from around the globe. There are various kinds of explanations and analyzations on why this two states would choose to release such information at this time. The argument for this essay would be that the defence technology cooperation agreement may be one of the many policies that aims on making Japan a normal country, in response in the rising power of China and the threats from Korea, so that it can play a better role in balancing regional security. This essay will try to prove this argument by briefly introducing why Japan is not a normal country within the international society and Prime Minister Abe's recent efforts to change this situation, how a defence technology cooperation agreement between Australia and Japan can play a critical role on this matter, why Japan and Australia are considering choose to sign such agreement with each other, and the incentives for Australia to support Japan's goal of strengthening its military ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 75. Japanese Presidential Campaign First of all, Mrs. Candidate it is my honor to advice you for this years' presidential campaign. In order to succeed in this campaign, it is important that you get familiar with Japan and also how their local and international politics are structured. Before we start, let me please briefly introduce you the structure of the Japanese government. After the World II Japan replaced their Meiji constitution to its current Constitution in 1946. According to Maki the reason why Meiji constitution is because as he stated "The national tragedy of a physically and spiritually devastating lost wars brought the old constitutional order to an end." (Maki, 1990). In the new Constitution, it states that Japan shall have a constitutional monarchy, in which the Emperor is the head of the state but serves only as the symbol of the state with no power. (NYU, 2006). Moreover, the Japanese Government consists of three branches including, the Executive branch, the legislative branch and the Judicial branch. Executive power consists of the Prime Minister and other ministers who complete the Cabinet. On the other hand, the Japanese national parliament "Diet" has the legislative power. The Diet is comprised from both the House of Representatives and the House of Councilors. Moreover, both of these houses are directly elected by the Japanese ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In addition, due to the fact that Japanese government is purely elected by the Japanese people, the election plays an extremely important role in Japanese politics. In addition, in the 3rd Chapter of the Japanese Constitution, it mentions right and duties of the people including, the right to vote, right to freedom and speech, freedom of religion and to the equality of all and so on. Based on the 3rd Chapter of the Constitution, it is clear to see that Japan respects its citizens and provides essential need to them. (JPN. Const. art. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 77. The Legacy Of Imperialism And Democracy Building After... Briheem N. Hamilton, Jr. November 19, 2015 History 205 – Second Essay The Legacy of Imperialism and Democracy Building after World War II Nagata, Japan – Post World War II Japan was made into a protectorate of America after their unconditional surrender.¹ During the next seven years, Allied powers occupied Japan. After Japan 's military forces were demobilized and repatriated, the Occupation, led by General Douglas MacArthur of the U.S. army, turned to the problem of making Japan democratic with the hope that its people would never again be led to fight a war of aggression. Ultimately, in 1947 a new constitution was adopted with two key provisions: sovereignty was transferred from the emperor to the people, and Japan as a nation renounced ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In 1952, the U.S. Occupation of Japan ended and by 1955 the Japanese economy had regained its highest prewar production levels. A stable political system was also established with the conservative and pro–American Liberal Democratic Party 's control of the government. Post–War National Identity From the sixties through the mid–eighties domestic politics were stable; the Liberal Democratic Party maintained a solid majority in the Diet (parliament) and emphasized close relations with the United States. Japan also achieved record economic growth – averaging 10 percent a year until the seventies. Its economy grew from one less productive than Italy to the third largest in the world, behind only the United States and the Soviet Union. Growth was especially strong in heavy industry, such as steel, chemicals and machinery, and in advanced technology. Almost totally dependent on imports for food and energy, Japan began to face increasing protectionism abroad and serious pollution problems at home. Although Japan has brought pollution under control, trade frictions continued. As one of the most advanced post–industrial societies in the world, the Japanese people enjoyed prosperity and the benefits of a thriving middle–class society. There was a strong wave of anti–nationalism" after the end of the war, even avoiding the term ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...