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“Abe-ministration: Reforms and Challenges” International Conference

“Abe-ministration: Reforms and Challenges” International Conference

1. Objective: Undoubtedly, Abe Shinzo has been a major focal point in Japanese and East Asian politics recently. As President of Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and, as of December 2012, Japanese Prime Minister, Abe was able to reestablish LDP control over the Japanese government after over three years of rule by the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ). Upon assuming the position of prime minister, Abe has attempted many reforms—reviving Japan’s economy, reenergizing Japan’s foreign relations and enhancing Japan’s international presence, and transforming Japan’s educational system and society—in order to return Japan to its former glory. What, if any, is the significance of the Abe government’s new policies? Could they be a mere flash in the pan, or could they represent the beginning of a new and prosperous era for Japan? No matter what conclusion one reaches on any facet of the Abe government’s attempts at reform, these issues all deserve deeper understandings at both the domestic and international levels. Hence, to facilitate this deeper understanding of multifaceted issues, the National Sun Yat-sen University’s Center for Japanese Studies is holding an international conference entitled “Abe-ministration: Reforms and Challenges.”

2.Topic:”Abe-ministration: Reforms and Challenges” 3. Host:Center for Japan Studies, NSYSU 4. Venue:4001 Conference Room, College of Social Science, National Sun Yat-sen University (No. 70 Lien-hai Rd., Kaohsiung City, Taiwan) 5. Date:2013/11/2 (Saturday);09:30-17:45

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