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  • Impact of the Japanese Election, August 2009

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    This resource puts the Democratic Party of Japan's landslide victory on August 30, 2009 in context, suggests ways it can be used in the classroom to teach about topics from the two party system to US-Japan and Japan-East Asia relationships, and provides a list of useful articles about the election and its implications.

  • North Korea's Position in the World: Overview

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    In August 2009, experts in East Asian security and diplomacy met at Japan Society to discuss the state of relations on the Korean Peninsula and the policies Japan, the United States, and South Korea should pursue to address the current impasse. This resource gives a written overview of the situation and links to excerpts from the program and relevant teaching questions.

  • Industrial Production

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  • Japan's GDP: One Year Later

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  • Japan's Rapid Rise and Fall, 1868-1945

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    Japan “modernized” in the late 19th century, but “modernization” meant empires and colonies as well as industrialization and representative government, leading ultimately to destruction on a scale never before experienced on the archipelago. In five lessons using a wide variety of sources, ranging from the visual arts to political documents, this unit examines the reasons behind these rapid changes and how these changes affected the fabric of life in Japan.

  • The Bubble Economy and the Lost Decade

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    This lesson uses well-know editorials, speeches, and poems to explore the Japanese reaction to the Bubble Economy and Lost Decade.

  • Japan's Encounter with the World: A Basic Reading List

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    Michael Auslin, Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, compiles a useful and informative reading list for the secondary school teacher of important historical writings on Japan's encounter with the world, from about 1600-present.

  • Changes in Japan's Foreign Policy: US Military Presence

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    Two experts debate the necessity of a large military presence in Okinawa and the importance of the United States to view the security alliance with Japan with a knowledge of both history and the current political situation of East Asia.

  • Japan in the News 2

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  • Bank of Japan's Monetary Policy: One Year Later

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    The Bank of Japan's Monetary Policy, one year after the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami.

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