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  • It appears that realism—a view based on the assumption that states aim to maximize their own national interests in an international community where there is no world government—has never been as useful as it is when looking at the COVID-19 responses of each country.

    By Kayo Takuma

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  • Must-See: Ingenious Flood Measures of Kochi Castle

    If one were to describe the tenshu (the castle tower) of Himeji Castle as "graceful" and that of Matsue Castle as "magnificent," the word "dynamic" is perfect for that of Kochi Castle.

    By Sachiko Hagiwara

  • How the NBA Captivated Japan

    The connection between the NBA, which celebrated its 75th anniversary last season, and Japan goes far back. It started in the league’s second season.

    By Yoko Miyaji

  • If one were to describe the tenshu (the castle tower) of Himeji Castle as "graceful" and that of Matsue Castle as "magnificent," the word "dynamic" is perfect for that of Kochi Castle.

    By Sachiko Hagiwara

  • How the NBA Captivated Japan

    The connection between the NBA, which celebrated its 75th anniversary last season, and Japan goes far back. It started in the league’s second season.

    By Yoko Miyaji

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  • A Place for Expertise

    It was in 2008, in the aftermath of the global financial crisis when Barack Obama was elected the president of the United States with the support of a grassroots campaign using social media.

    By Satoshi Machidori

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