How China Gains from Fukushima
By Saurav Jha
The Great Power-Saving Nation?
Signs of energy conservation can be seen all over Tokyo. Could Japan become a model for low consumption?
Bullying in Japan
The Japanese public’s response to evacuees from the tsunami and nuclear crisis has been positive. Mostly.
Japan Stuck With Nuclear Power
Despite Naoto Kan’s pledge to review nuclear power in Japan, the country has few alternatives.
A Fukushima Update
The Fukushima nuclear crisis may have receded from the headlines, but there’s no room for complacency.
Nascent Anti-Nuclear Movement?
Will the nuclear crisis at the Fukushima plant herald an anti-nuclear movement in Japan? There are signs it will.
Fixing Japan’s Fiscal Mess
Massively indebted, Japan needs new funds to pay for recovery efforts and kick-start its economy. It’s time to be innovative.
What Future for Japan?
The Tohoku earthquake in March was a devastating blow for Japan. But could it spark a national renewal?
A renowned Japan scholar shows his dedication to the country by announcing plans to become a citizen.
Does Japan Need Nuclear Power?
The Fukushima crisis was a reminder of the role nuclear power plays in Japan. But are there viable alternatives?
Climate Policy After the Crisis
The earthquake that hit Japan was a tragedy. But it could still prod the country toward a solid climate change policy.
When Disaster Isn’t a Zero-Sum Game
It would be tempting for Japan to withdraw inward following last month’s earthquake and tsunami. So far, though, its leaders have resisted.