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September 18, 2013
Categories:Africa, Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Eurasia, Europe, Oceania, Politics, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States, World Trends
What Has and Has Not Changed After the U.S.-Russia Agreement on Syria
September 6, 2013
Categories:China, Diplomacy, Europe, Russia, South Korea, The Middle East, The United States, World Economy, World Trends, civilization
How to Save the G20 from Chasm
August 22, 2013
Categories:China, Economy, Europe, Russia, The United States, World Economy, World Trends, civilization
August 19th and the Miscarried Liberalism in Russia
July 22, 2013
Categories:Asia, China, Diplomacy, Economy, Europe, Japan Diary, Politics, Russia, Society, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The United States, World Economy
Abe's victory brings a stable government at least for three years
July 13, 2013
Categories:Asia, Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Eurasia, Europe, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States, World Trends, civilization
For Whom the Democracy Tolls in Eurasia?
May 6, 2013
Categories:Economy, Europe, The United States, World Economy, World Trends, civilization
Here cometh a new wave after the "Third Wave"-- robotization
July 23, 2012
Categories:Africa, Asia, Central Asia, China, Europe, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States, World Economy, World Trends, civilization
Advent of U.S.A. version 2.0
May 9, 2012
Categories:China, Economy, Europe, The United States, Unwarranted Views, World Economy
A big presence in the Chinese market may become a liability
January 3, 2012
Categories:Asia, Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Economy, Eurasia, Europe, Japan Diary, Oceania, Politics, Russia, Society, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The United States, The World, World Economy, civilization
The year of the dragon hath come
December 17, 2011
Categories:Economy, Europe, Russia, The United States, Unwarranted Views, World Economy, civilization
How a Japanese views the Euro
October 16, 2011
Categories:Anne's corner, Culture, Europe, Japan Diary, The United States, civilization
Design of our daughter Rika KAWATO accepted by Danish Georg Jensen Damask
September 21, 2011
Categories:China, Diplomacy, Europe, Joke, The United States, Unwarranted Views, civilization
Europe begins with Greece and ends with it?
August 20, 2011
Categories:China, Diplomacy, Economy, Europe, Politics, The United States, World Economy, World Trends, civilization
More production and not contraction will benefit ordinary people in the US
August 9, 2011
Categories:Europe, Joke, Politics, The United States, World Trends, civilization
The Kanonization of Obama and other world leaders
January 28, 2011
Categories:Economy, Europe, Japan Diary, World Economy
How strange--the Spanish economy is sustained by lower-rated Japan
January 13, 2011
Categories:China, Diplomacy, Europe, Politics, Russia, The United States, World Trends, civilization
Not only China but also Russia builds up its armaments
October 31, 2010
Categories:Asia, China, Diplomacy, Economy, Europe, Oceania, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The United States, World Economy, World Trends
Why produce things for the U.S. in China, and not in the U.S. itself?
October 16, 2010
Categories:Anne's corner, Culture, Economy, Europe, Society, World Economy, World Trends, civilization
Anne Kawato witnesses the difference in Danish and Japanese elderly cares
September 24, 2010
Categories:Africa, Asia, Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Economy, Europe, Oceania, Politics, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States, World Economy, World Trends, civilization
The growing self-assurance of China will sever the Pacific from the Middle East
August 17, 2010
Categories:China, Economy, Europe, The United States, World Economy, World Trends
The Chinese economy is not world number 2---yet, with yen's higher value