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Found 297 articles associated to the institution Waseda University.
 
Whaling and Tuna Fishing Don't fall for the false dichotomy of “Civilized vs. Barbaric”
26-April-2010

Recently whaling has received renewed attention, as has tuna fishing—attention which stems from the relative sensitivity of nations to these global environmental issues.

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The Dignity of Yokozuna and the Baseball Charter –The Importance of both Academics and Athletics–
26-April-2010

There is a difference between sumo and student baseball—the former is professional and the latter amateur. It would be safe to say, then, that these sports are completely different.

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A Score of 50 for the Hatoyama government (Not passing, makeup test required) —Challenges and Opportunities for the First Six Months in Power
26-April-2010

In his policy speech in October, a month after the inauguration of the new government, Prime Minister Hatoyama announced a shift from post-war politics to a politics which “protects human life and the welfare of the people”.

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‘Mono-no-aware’ and the Philosophy of the Weak
26-April-2010

It is often said that the value shared in the age of globalization is competitiveness, which is the value of the strong. In order for Japan to be a winner in a cutthroat capitalist world, Japanese society must be made truly competitive, eliminating such inefficient factors as life-time employment.

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Power lines, billboards, color, and building height —Are these alone enough? On the landscape of Japan
26-April-2010

There was a report in February of this year about a plan for a five-story condominium in Ashiya city, Hyogo prefecture that did not get the required construction clearance on the grounds that the condominium would not fit in with the landscape.

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