Looking to Past Diplomatic Relations for Recovery Ideas Archive

  • The world has leaped to Japan’s aid in the wake of the March 11 disaster. Hosoya Yuichi, a specialist in diplomatic history, argues that the support of the United States in particular marks a significant evolution in the Japan-US alliance, and calls on Japan to develop its spirit of international cooperation further as a means of expressing gratitude for the world’s support.

    The Dawning of a New Age of International Cooperation

    The world has leaped to Japan’s aid in the wake of the March 11 disaster. Hosoya Yuichi, a specialist in diplomatic history, argues that the support of the United States in particular marks a significant evolution in the Japan-US alliance, and calls on Japan to develop its spirit of international cooperation further as a means of expressing gratitude for the world’s support.

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  • Hosoya Yuichi, an expert in British diplomatic history, looks at the British government’s calm, well-measured response to the nuclear power plant crisis that occurred in the wake of Japan’s devastating earthquake this March. Hosoya notes that Britain has a coherent organizational and legal framework for dealing with emergencies, something that Japan lacks.

    Calm Words from London

    Hosoya Yuichi, an expert in British diplomatic history, looks at the British government’s calm, well-measured response to the nuclear power plant crisis that occurred in the wake of Japan’s devastating earthquake this March. Hosoya notes that Britain has a coherent organizational and legal framework for dealing with emergencies, something that Japan lacks.

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