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Published13th July 2012
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
The second edition of this comprehensive study of recent Japanese
history now includes the author's expert assessment of the effects
of the earthquake and tsunami, including the political and
environmental consequences of the Fukushima reactor meltdown.
Fully updated to include a detailed assessment of the aftermath
of the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami
Shows how the nuclear crisis at Fukushima was an accident
waiting to happen
Includes detailed discussion of Japan's energy policy, now in
flux after the mishandling of the Fukushima crisis
Analyzes Japan's 'Lost Decades', why jobs and families are less
stable, environmental policies, immigration, the aging society, the
US alliance, the imperial family, and the 'yakuza' criminal
Authoritative coverage of Japanese history over the last two
decades, one of the country's most tumultuous periods