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Japan

Yukio Hatoyama, leader of the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ), at the Laforet Museum Roppongi in Tokyo where the party follows election results, August 30, 2009. (Junko Kimura/Getty Images)
Japan Breaks From the Past
After the DPJ's victory, now comes the hard part. more
Yoshihiro Suda (born 1969, Japan). Azalea, 2007. Painted on wood. Installation view at PKM Gallery, Seoul. © Yoshihiro Suda / Courtesy of Gallery Koyanahi
Yoshihiro Suda: In Focus
October 6, 2009 – February 7, 2010 more
The Williamsburg Conference 2009
May 27 - 29, 2009, Fukuoka, Japan more
Samuel Morse of Amherst College in a lecture at the Asia Society.
Samuel Morse: Reflections on Japanese Style
Samuel Morse's lecture in honor of art historian Sherman E. Lee (1918–2008). more
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa pauses at a press conference as he announces his resignation at his office in Tokyo on February 17, 2009. (Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP/Getty Images)
A Dreadful Failure to Lead
Japan’s economy continues its downturn but its political decline seems even worse. more
Edward Johns of AARP. (Asia Society)
Growing Old and Less Secure
A panel analyzes the impact of the global financial crisis on older people in Asia. more
It's difficult to grasp how big world population is without breaking it down in understandable terms. Image: luoman/iStockPhoto.com.
How Big is Big?
A Population Density Exercise more
TOKYO - OCTOBER 30: Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso holds a news conference, unveiling new economic stimulus measures to tackle the fallout from the global recession. (Kiyoshi Ota/Getty Images)
Mr. Aso's Cynical 'Stimulus'
Japan Prime Minister Aso’s $52 billion economic stimulus package has been met with lukewarm support by the Japanese public. more