Obama Lands in Tokyo for the First U.S. State Visit in 18 Years

Apr 23, 2014

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Devin Stewart is referenced in this Global Post article that lists how Japan has changed since the last State visit by President Clinton. Stewart argues that there is now more rhetoric about women being involved in the workplace, the Fukushima incident has made many question the reliability of the government, and the younger generation is now taking on more leadership roles.

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