Vogel offers a holistic and historical perspective on the relationship between China and Japan. This perspective forms a useful basis to examine the state of modern Sino-Japanese relations.
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On the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, it is worth considering it in terms of the protection of human rights within Australia. Australia has failure to implement domestically the terms of the two founding Covenants, and the resulting piecemeal protections that exist for human rights.
Ten years after Lorenzo Zambernardi’s seminal paper entitled “Counterinsurgency's Impossible Trilemma,” what is the reality of this trilemma today? Is it possible to trace regional changes in the concept after Qasem Suleimani’s death? Are we on the eve of global strategic changes in the Western/Eastern way of warfare and confrontation?
At the end of 2019 the World Economic Forum (WEF) released its latest Global Gender Gap Report. Japan always ranks well on health and education, but the rankings for economic and political participation bring its overall ranking down. In the latest report, Japan has dropped from number 110 to number 121 of the 153 countries surveyed. Recent controversies on gender equity point to the necessary directions for reform.