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The Fate Of The West: The Battle To Save The World's Most Successful Political Idea
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The West seems to be in retreat--even from itself--and cracks have appeared in the structures of international collaboration built after 1945. We live in a time of disintegration and rekindling of old nationalisms. Yet the end of the West has been predicted by…
Good Italy, Bad Italy: Why Italy Must Conquer Its Demons To Face The Future
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An original analysis of the war between the two opposing sides of Italy's national character Not long ago Italy was Europe's highly touted emerging economy, a society that blended dynamism and super-fast growth with a lifestyle that was the envy of all.…
Rivals MP3: How the Power Struggle between China, India and Japan Will Shape Our Next Decade
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Closely intertwined by their fierce competition for influence, markets, resources, and strategic advantage, China, India, and Japan are shaping the world to come. Emmott explores how their sometimes bitter rivalry will play out over the next decade--in business,…
Japan's Far More Female Future: Increasing Gender Equality and Reducing Workplace Insecurity Will…
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The Japan on show in the 2019 Rugby World Cup was an admirably safe, stable, resilient, and efficient society. However, that appearance disguises crucial vulnerabilities and social ailments, including an ageing and shrinking population, slow productivity growth,…
Sun Also Sets: Limits to Japan's Economic Power

|April 15, 1991

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The U.S. harbors increasing unease--and outright hostility--about Japan's newfound wealth and growing technological dominance. Bill Emmott offers a compelling portrait of modern Japan, and shows why, contrary to currect projections, the Japanese will not retain…