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Japan
Se også: Borgerl. rev.: Japan
Dave Handley: Voices from Japan: 'The government is not trying to protect us'
Socialist Worker nr. 2244, mar 11 – side 7
Note: Dave Handley writes from Kawasaki, Japan, about the growing anger and frustration at the government’s handling of the earthquake, tsunami and the devastating aftermath.
 
Jamie Allinson: Disaster exposes Japan's gap between rich and poor
Socialist Worker nr. 2244, mar 11 – side 7
Note: Japan is traumatised by the suffering and devastation caused by the earthquake and tsunami.
 
Sadie Robinson: Japan in crisis: Nuclear plants are never safe: Shut them all down
Socialist Worker nr. 2243, mar 11 – side 1
Note: Japan is facing nuclear ­meltdown. Explosions at its Fukushima nuclear plant, after an earthquake and tsunami, have released dangerous levels of radiation into the atmosphere—and the situation is rapidly getting worse.
 
Japan devastated as rich panic over markets
Socialist Worker nr. 2243, mar 11 – side 2
Note: Japan lies devastated by a massive earthquake and tsunami that have killed thousands of people, swept away entire cities and threatened nuclear catastrophe.
 
Meltdown risk: ‘There are many reactors in the area, many Chernobyls’
Socialist Worker nr. 2243, mar 11 – side 2
Note: A former nuclear power plant designer says Japan’s government is increasing the possibility of nuclear meltdown—and suppressing information about the scale of the crisis.
 
Fukushima – a history of nuclear failure
Socialist Worker nr. 2243, mar 11 – side 2
Note: The first reactor at Fukushima began commercial operation in March 1971. Just four years later, corrosion cracks showed up on the reactor.
 
Jamie Allinson: Lessons of last Japanese slump
Socialist Worker nr. 2150, maj 09 – side 6
Note: The impact of Japan’s economic crisis of the 1990s should offer a global warning
 
Jamie Allinson: Revolution from above: The Meiji restoration: the threat of West drove Japan’s revolt
Socialist Worker nr. 2097, apr 08 – side 6
Note: In the third part of our series on revolution from above Jamie Allinson explains how military competition forced Japan’s rulers to reorganise society.
 
Jamie Allinson: Election defeat for Japan's ruling party as system cracks
Socialist Worker nr. 2063, aug 07 – side 9
Note: The recent elections in Japan were a huge defeat for the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and the right wing prime minister Shinzo Abe.
 
Jamie Allinson: Japan’s upper house elections disastrous for ruling party (online only)
Socialist Worker nr. 2062, aug 07 
Note: Last Sunday’s elections to the upper house of the Japanese parliament were a huge defeat for the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and the right wing prime minister Shinzo Abe.
 
David McNeill: Japan: All in the family
Socialist Review nr. 259, jan 02 – side 26
Note: The history and myths behind Japan's imperial dynasty
Alt. url: Socialist Review Index
 
Colin Barker: Origins and Significance of the Meiji Restoration (1982)
Note: Originally distributed 1982 as a mimeographed hand-out.
 
David McNeill: Letter from Japan: Land of the falling yen
Socialist Review nr. 242, jun 00 – side 22
Note: Japan has gone from being the miracle economy of the 1980s to being the sick man of capitalism today. David McNeill reports on what is going wrong.
 
Alex Callinicos: Mørke udsigter for Solens Rige
Socialistisk Revy nr. 6, aug 98 – side 4
Note: “Situationen er ret så alvorlig,” indrømmede en højtstående embedsmand i det japanske finansministerium.
 
Chris Harman: Ved nærmere eftertanke: Kan krisen kureres?
Socialistisk Revy nr. 1, feb 98 – side 8
Note: Den økonomiske krise i Asien nægter at dø ud, og panikken og tvivlen begynder at melde sig hos borgerlige økonomer, forretningsfolk og politikere. Chris Harman gennemgår de forskellige forsøg på at forstå krisen, og hvad der skal gøres.
 
Colin Sparks + Sue Cockerill: Japan in crisis
International Socialism Journal nr. 72, sep 96 – side 27
Note: Japan's economy is touted as a model by Blair's supporters. But, as Susan Cockerill and Colin Sparks demonstrate, that country's economic miracle is fading faster than at any time in the post-war period.
 
Systemet på vrangen: Positive vibrationer
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 113, mar 95 – side 4
Note: Mens der endnu blev reddet mennesker ud af ruinerne efter jordskælvet i Japan, fandt japanske og australske forretningsfolk lommeregnerne frem.
 
Costas Kossis: A miracle without end? Japanese capitalism and the world economy
International Socialism Journal nr. 54, mar 92 – side 105
Note: Japanese capitalism may look like the part of the system that crisis has not reached but, argues Costas Kossis, appearances are deceptive. He looks beneath the surface to trace the fractures in the Japanese economic miracle.
 
Pia Larsen: Japan: Miraklet hviler på blod, sved og tårer
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 24, nov 86 – side 10
Note: At Japan fascinerer hele den vestlige verden, er vel ikke så underligt. Efter flere år med dyb krise, stor arbejdsløshed og dystre udsigter for handelsbalancerne i de fleste vestlige lande, så kan Japans udvikling forekomme som noget af et mirakel.
 
Nigel Harris: Japanese workers' struggles after the Second World War
International Socialism Journal nr. 24, jun 84 – side 123
 
Kan-ichi Kuroda: Japan
International Socialism Journal (1st series) nr. 2, sep 60 – side 27
Note: For over eighteen months and particularly in the period between April and June 1960 thousands of demonstrators repeatedly marched on the Japanese Diet with the aim of preventing the ratification of the new Japanese – United States Security Treaty.
 

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