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Japan's Aging Economics
Milton Ezrati, Foreign Affairs, May/June 1997
Japan's Financial Mess
Edward J. Lincoln, Foreign Affairs, May/June 1998
Are U.S. Troops in Japan Needed?
Morihiro Hosokawa, Foreign Affairs, July/August 1998
In Defense of Japanese Bureaucracy
Peter F. Drucker, Foreign Affairs, September/October 1998
Tokyo's Depression Diplomacy
Yoichi Funabashi, Foreign Affairs, November/December 1998
The Problem of Memory
Nicholas D. Kristof, Foreign Affairs, November/December 1998
Fixing What Really Ails Japan
Michael E. Porter and Hirotaka Takeuchi, Foreign Affairs, May/June 1999
Japan: A Rising Sun?
M. Diana Helweg, Foreign Affairs, July/August 2000
Japan: A Setting Sun?
Aurelia George Mulgan, Foreign Affairs, July/August 2000
Japan: Reluctant Reformer
Leonard Schoppa, Foreign Affairs, September/October 2001
Japan's Economy, at War With Itself
William H. Overholt, Foreign Affairs, January/February 2002
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