U.S.A. アメリカ Vol.17(Policy Changes Vol.7 — 政策変更)

All the below links are in English.

標記にかかる弊社ページ(全て英語)を以下貼っておきます。

US Policy Changes Vol.74 (National Security Strategy)
18日ホワイトハウス発表の“アメリカ安全保障戦略”の一部抜粋です。
正に、政策の大転換であると受け止めましたが・・・、さて今後どうなりますか。
なお、Indo-PacificやJapan と書かれているのを見て、素直に喜べました。

US Policy Changes Vol.73 (US business school professors Vol.6)

US Policy Changes Vol.72 (US business school professors Vol.5)

US Policy Changes Vol.71 (US business school professors Vol.4)

US Policy Changes Vol.70 (US business school professors Vol.3)

US Policy Changes Vol.69 (US business school professors Vol.2)

US Policy Changes Vol.68 (US business school professors Vol.1)

US Policy Changes Vol.67 (US law professors Vol.3)

US Policy Changes Vol.66 (US law professors Vol.2)

US Policy Changes Vol.65 (US law professors Vol.1)

以下は、アメリカ Vol.16(政策変更 Vol.6) 同様の抜粋等です。
US Policy Changes Vol.64 (Employment/Economy Vol.8 – Middle class, Income, Inequality…)

US Policy Changes Vol.63 (Deregulation/Reform/Inequality Vol.7)

US Policy Changes Vol.62 (Energy Vol.4 – Free market, Electricity franchise, The environment)

US Policy Changes Vol.61 (Employment/Economy/Inequality Vol.7)

US Policy Changes Vol.60 (Infrastructure Vol.6 – Transportation)

US Policy Changes Vol.59 (Foreign Policy Vol.9 – psychology and decision-making)

US Policy Changes Vol.58 (Trade Vol.6 – Manufacturing)

US Policy Changes Vol.57 (National Security Vol.4 – nuclear ideas)

US Policy Changes Vol.56 (Employment Vol.6 – incentive travel)

U.S.-Japan Summit Meetings 日米首脳会談 Vol.12(関連4: TPP, North Korea, China, Australia, ASEANなど)

日米首脳会談自体からは離れていますが、標記関連ツイートの一部を以下貼っておきます。


https://twitter.com/azraisakovic/status/929974910788800513


https://twitter.com/CurtisSChin/status/928285226454859776

U.S.-Japan Summit Meetings 日米首脳会談 Vol.7(補足1: North Korea, trade, et al. 北朝鮮,日米貿易など)

標記関連ツイートの一部を以下貼っておきます。


https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/927802776737984513

U.S.-Japan Summit Meetings 日米首脳会談 Vol.6(Trump’s visit to Japan トランプ大統領訪日)

標記関連ツイートの一部を以下貼っておきます。


https://twitter.com/usembassytokyo/status/927713482157510657
https://twitter.com/usembassytokyo/status/927458050058997761

Peace, Nuclear deterrence … (Obama’s visit to #Hiroshima Vol.4; #Nagasaki)

All the below but one (in Spanish) are in English.


Obama invited back for second Hiroshima visit in peace project (06/20/2017) | AOI IKEGAMI @asahi

Hiroshima before the nuclear bombing shown in beautiful new video, compared with brutal aftermath: 140,000 people were killed in the blast ? almost half the population of the thriving city. (07/12/2017) | Josh Robbins @IBTimes

Japanese museum unveils footage of Hiroshima before nuclear bomb – The black and white video, lasting for a little over three minutes, shows scenes from central Hiroshima, a bustling and lively city in April 1935 (07/23/2017) | @TheNationalUAE

(in Spanish ↓)


Hiroshima, Nagasaki & the First Atomic Bombs (05/09/2014) | Marc Lallanilla @LiveScience

Einstein Saves Hiroshima

Story of cities #24: how Hiroshima rose from the ashes of nuclear destruction – In August 1945, a 16-kilotonne atomic bomb killed 140,000 people and reduced a thriving city to rubble. Hiroshima has been reborn as a place of peace and prosperity, but will memories of those dark days die with the last survivors? (18/04/2016) | Justin McCurry @guardian


Why is Canada boycotting United Nations talks to ban the bomb? – Short answer: the U.S. and NATO believe nuclear war is not only winnable, but can be fought like conventional war (06/14/2017) | Judith Deutsch @nowtoronto


Frank Miller Debunks Nuclear Deterrence Myths, Fake News (06/28/2017) | Peter Huessy @RCDefense

As Hiroshima Day dawns, why are we still tempting nuclear fate? – It is a wonder we have survived all these decades, given US policies on nuclear armament since Hiroshima (06/08/2014) | Norm Chomsky @guardian


What the last Nuremberg prosecutor alive wants the world to know (05/07/2017) | Lesley Stahl @CBSNews


“Unthinkable” – Candidate Trump said that, as President, opponents should never know whether or not he would use nuclear weapons adding uncertainty to Nuclear deterrence. (Podcast; 06/08/2017) | Keir A. Lieber, Daryl Press & Paul Bracken


VlAD’S A BIGGUN Russian nuclear powered submarine test fires a ballistic missile capable of a blast 100 TIMES more powerful than Hiroshima – The?Bulava missile, which weighs over 36 tonnes, carries six nuclear warheads and can travel nearly 6,000 miles across the globe (w Video; 29/06/2017) | Mark Hodge @TheSun


The Sad March of the Japanese Left (05/01/2017) | M. W. Larson @LAReviewofBooks

https://twitter.com/HerbotsTheo/status/1076480070179569664
https://twitter.com/HerbotsTheo/status/1076480070179569664

cf. Obama’s visit to Hiroshima Vol.3 Obama’s visit to Hiroshima Vol.2 Obama’s visit to Hiroshima Vol.1 Abe’s visit to Pearl Harbor

日本のガラパゴス症候群 Vol.8 (rankings… 各種世界ランキング等)

(All the below are in English.)

標記につき @WSjp_insight にてRTしたもの等を貼っておきます。
ランキング等は客観的とも言い切れず、数や種類も個別に全てを追いかけるには多すぎ、自国のランキング等について一喜一憂しても意味がありません。しかしながら、自国を含め世界各国に関する様々な分析及び対応は常々必要です。
なお、「日本のガラパゴス症候群」という標題でこれまで来ていますが、総じて我が国を否定する趣旨では当然なく、あくまで今後の一層の繁栄のために改善すべき点を常々考えておかねばならないという趣旨です。当然ながら、我が国には素晴らしい面がたくさんあります。

The 10 Safest Countries in the World (06/09/2017) | Ryan Craggs & Lilit Marcus @CNTraveler

The Most Powerful Passport in the World (03/16/2017) | Katherine LaGrave @CNTraveler

Which country has the best reputation in 2017? | @Reputation_Inst

No. 2 ranking on index makes Canada one of world’s best countries (06/28/2016) | DON BUTLER @OttawaCitizen

CANADA’S BEST PLACES TO LIVE 2017 | @MoneySense

Leeds ranked fifth on Lonely Planet’s Best In Europe 2017 list (23/05/2017) | @fperraudin @guardian

How free is the press… | @RSF_en

The USA toppled as world’s most competitive economy (30/05/2016) | @IMD_Bschool

Global Peace Index 2017 | @VisionHumanity

Vienna tops Mercer’s 19th Quality of Living ranking (14/03/2017) | @mercer

The Legatum Prosperity Index™ 2016 | @ProsperityIndex

Sweden officially the ‘goodest’ country in the world, study says (02/06/2016) | @Mal_Siret @Independent

Finland is one of the best countries to live, so why are so many smart young people leaving? (04/07/2017) | @wef

Denmark, Finland and Sweden are the world’s best at clean technology innovation (14/06/2017) | Tom Turula @BINordic
Finland is ranked the world’s 2nd most innovative cleantech country (06/13/2017) | @CleantechFIN

WHAT IS THE GREENEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD? (04/30/2016) | @atlasandboots

2016 @EdelmanPR TRUST BAROMETER

What You Need to Know About Sweden’s Fintech Scene (05/18/2017) | @joeliebkind @TechCoHQ

These are the world’s most creative countries (13/10/2015) | Jenny Soffel @wef

The 31 happiest, richest, healthiest, and safest countries in the world (05/30/2016) | WILL MARTIN @BIAUS

39% Drop in Foreign Students Enrolling in US Universities | @edarabia

Ranking business taxes 2016 | @KPMG

Why Invest in Canada? | @invest_canada

Which countries spend the most on research and development? (09/07/2015) | Paul Muggeridge @wef

cf. 欧州のみ
Best European countries for business 2017 | @eucham

Which Europeans have the longest working lives? (09/05/2017) | Stéphanie Thomson @wef

Denmark is the second most innovative country in the EU (21/06/2017) | @CopenhagenIPA
Netherlands in top 5 of Europe’s most innovative countries (06/20/2017) | Janene Pieters @ NLTimes.nl

UCPH tops the Nordic bill in Nature and Science (25/04/2017) | @uni_copenhagen

ツイッター paper.li Vol.20

All the below links are in English.

弊社ツイッターアカウントの一つ @WSjp_insight のRTによる paper.li 掲載記事4件を貼っておきます。

South Africa | World Solutions

Switzerland’s next act: from business hub to world’s digital labor hub (2/24/2017) | @KPMG_CH

This Danish School Has Installed The World’s Largest Solar Façade (2/2017) | @peter_koekoek @ClimateKIC

Research pops cork on lunar–effect wine theory (2/13/2017) | @LincolnUniNZ

ツイッター paper.li Vol.11

All the below links are in English.

弊社ツイッターアカウントの一つ @WSjp_insight のRTによる paper.li 掲載記事4件を貼っておきます。

More on Trade Policy Preferences: The Harvard-Politico Poll | Stephan Haggard @PIIE

Tourism industry needs more investment | @LincolnUniNZ

Old and in the way? Aging workers and generational battle lines in the workplace (Podcast) | @upclosepodcast,@unimelb (Prof Mia Rönnmar @lunduniversity)

Atlantic City Employment Continues to Decline Says Stockton’s South Jersey Economic Review | @Stockton_edu @HughesCenter,@Stockton_BUSN

U.S.A. アメリカ Vol.8(3rd US Presidential Debate 10/19/2016 ー 米国大統領選挙テレビ討論会 et al.)

Here are articles including those concerning the 3rd presidential debate. All the below links are in English.

You can check out the following website for policies: worldsolutions.work
標記第3回(於:@UNLV)などに関する記事を取り急ぎ以下貼っておきます。政策については上記URLをご覧ください。(本投稿一番下に私見を書きました。)

Linguist Geoffrey Nunberg on election language (YouTube) | UC Berkeley School of Information

Arizona leans HRC; McMullin rises in the west; dark red states take on lighter hue | Larry Sabato, Kyle Kondik and Geoffrey Skelley, Sabato’s Crystal Ball, University of Virginia Center for Politics

Post-debate poll: Clinton 49%, Trump 39% (w PDF) | YouGovUS

Clinton Tops Trump By 7 Points, Quinnipiac University National Poll Finds; Most Voters Say Media Is Biased Against Trump

White House Watch: Down to the Wire? | Rasmussen Reports

How Does the U.S. Stock Market Perform in Election Years? | JEFF DESJARDINS, Visual Capitalist

Presidential Debate: What you missed | Alexander Burns & Matt Flegenheimer, New York Times

Final Presidential Debate: Live Analysis of Clinton vs. Trump | Wall Street Journal

Third Presidential Debate: 7 Moments That Mattered | SHUSHANNAH WALSHE, MEGHAN KENEALLY, VERONICA STRACQUALURSI & RYAN STRUYK, ABC news

Most Memorable Lines of the 3rd Presidential Debate | ADAM KELSEY, ABC news

Watch: Trump Won’t Commit To Accepting Election Results In Final Debate | JESSICA TAYLOR, NPR

What Went Down In The Third Presidential Debate | FiveThirtyEight

This Can Be Hillary Clinton’s Secret Weapon In Tonight’s Debate | Brian Uzzi, Fortune, Kellogg School

Donald Trump and America’s Incomplete Contract with Itself | Mark Harrison, University of Warwick

Is America collapsing like the Roman Empire? | Barry Strauss, Fox news, CornellCAS

The Axe Files (Podcast): Ep. 88 – Ron Brownstein | David Axelrod, CNN, UChicago Politics

Clinton maintains double-digit (51% vs. 36%) lead over Trump | PRRI/Brookings Survey

Clinton’s Florida Lead Continues to Grow | PublicPolicyPolling‏

WashU Expert: Losing hurts in partisan politics | Erika Ebsworth-Goold

Covering Immigration and the Election (YouTube) | Stanford CCSRE

Has Trump caused white Evangelicals to change their tune on morality? | William A. Galston, Brookings Institution

Marcus Noland commentary: Trade war would yield Ohio casualties | The Columbus Dispatch, PIIE

For Clinton, a Daily Dose of Faith Along With Politics | JOCELYN NOVECK, AP, ABC news, Duke Divinity School

Guns and race: The different worlds of black and white Americans | Richard V. Reeves and Sarah Holmes, Brookings Institution

A wall against clear thinking on immigration and policing | Vanda Felbab-Brown, Brookings Institution

The Russian Group Hacking US Elections | Sheera Frenkel, Buzzfeed

3 reasons Russia’s Vladimir Putin might want to interfere in the U.S. presidential elections | Fiona Hill, Brookings Institution

‘Bad Hombres’ Reactions Dominate the 65 Best Tweets from the Presidential Debate | ANGELA WATERCUTTER, Wired

THE THIRD PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE: LIVE-DRAWING BY JASON ADAM KATZENSTEIN | The New Yorker

The definitive ranking of presidential (and VP) debate moderators | Carly Mallenbaum, USA Today

Presidential debate moderator Chris Wallace says it’s not his job to be the “truth squad” | Tara Golshan, Vox

A PARLIAMENT OF ELECTION EXPERTS | MICHAEL HARDY, Rice Magazine, Baker Institute

Election 2016: Civility and Family Dynamics (Radio) | LYDIA BROWN & LUCY NALPATHANCHIL, WNPR (Keith J. Bybee, MaxwellSU & SUCollegeofLaw, SyracuseUNews)

Donald Trump: How To Invest In The Stock Market If He Wins The Election | Ky Trang Ho, Forbes (Gerry Jensen, Heider College of Business) http://www.forbes.com/sites/trangho/2016/10/17/donald-trump-how-to-invest-in-the-stock-market-if-he-wins-the-election/#2c813c165b24

HOW VOTER TURNOUT COULD PUT TRUMP IN THE WHITE HOUSE | Christine Gallagher, Oxford University Politics Blog

Stony Brook University Professor Norpoth: Trump Still Has 87% of Winning November Election (YouTube) | James Hoft, Fox news

Expert: Rigging the presidential election would be “impossible” | Bailey Harbit, WSAW

Events across campus to spotlight Election 2016, before and after | Jose Garcia Jr., Brown University

私見:10月4日の副大統領候補者テレビ討論会の後、10月7日にトランプ候補の10年以上前の問題発言が公になったのが、大きな分かれ目でしょう。
政治ですから、この時期に公になり火が付いたのは不可思議ということもありません。また、白人既婚女性が対象となるなど限界を超えた感があり、テフロン加工が剥がれたようです。さらに、初の選挙出馬で公職経験も無い挑戦者という立場は、年齢が高くてもフレッシュさは満点で期待を集めますが、強い信頼関係の下で助けてくれる人材が不足し、それを自分の口一つでカバーするというのも限界があります。しかも、その舞台がアメリカ大統領選挙本選という世界最大の選挙ですから、無理なのかもしれません。それでも、既存政治家への不満や不信が国民に渦巻いているとは言え、共和党という二大政党の大統領選挙の予備選挙を勝ち抜いただけでも凄いことではあります。
討論会だけを見ると、多くの勝者投票結果などと異なるかもしれませんが、10月9日の2回目は超逆境ながら何とかやりすごすタフさを見せましたが、1回目は口数も悪態ももう少し大人しくして政策批判や政策主張の中で挑戦者らしく内容や根拠にもっと具体的に踏み込むのが良かったであろうし、3回目の今回は全てに一番新味に欠け全然魅力ある政権を想像させませんでした。他方、クリントン候補は、1回目の特に冒頭は疲れか緊張感があるようにも感じられましたし、2回目も決して楽な感じを受けませんでしたが、相手や場に慣れてくると徐々に底力が出てきたのか、3回目の今回は現職大統領のように全てに強く見えました。
選挙ですから、最後まで予断を許しません。投票により選ばれた大統領が、アメリカ国民に喜ばれつつ日本との一層の関係深化へも進み、両国の共存共栄が深まる、そんな方であることを祈念しております。

U.S.A. アメリカ Vol.7(articles on US Presidential Election 2016 ー 米国大統領選挙 update)

Here are a part of articles concerning the presidential election. All the below links are in English.

You can check out the following website for policies: worldsolutions.work.
標記につき関連記事を以下貼っておきます。政策については上記URLをご覧ください。

Lewd Donald Trump Tape Is a Breaking Point for Many in the G.O.P. | @nytimes

Election Update: Women Are Defeating Donald Trump | @NateSilver538

US Election 2016: In Conversation with @EdwardGLuce (w Podcast) | @Jparakilas @ChathamHouse

Tracking the Dynamics of the 2016 Election | Catherine Allen-West, Stuart Soroka & Michael Traugott @umisrcps

@ASPI_org suggests | @AmeliaLong222 @davidmlang

Reports of Obamacare’s demise are greatly exaggerated | @crampell @washingtonpost

Putting the Populist Revolt in Its Place | @Joe_Nye @ProSyn

How Trump and Clinton Could Still Draw Undecideds off the Sidelines | @peterwgnd @Columbia_Biz

Trump and American Populism | @ForeignAffairs

How terrible simplicity leads to terrible complexity | @nfergus @BostonGlobe

Voter Opinions on the Candidates, the Issues, and the Parties | Michael Pollard & Joshua Mendelsohn‏ @RANDCorporation

HOW VOTER TURNOUT COULD PUT TRUMP IN THE WHITE HOUSE | Christine Gallagher MPhil student @Pembroke @OxPolBlog

‘Missing’ White Voters Could Elect Trump. But First They Need To Register. | @redistrict @fivethirtyeight

Does Donald Trump’s plan to drill more oil make sense? | @mattmegan5

Hillary Clinton’s ‘Invisible Guiding Hand’ | @ShaneGoldmacher @Politico

How bad is it for Donald Trump? Let’s do the math | @DrewLinzer @dailykos

Forecasting the Presidential Vote with Leading Economic Indicators and the Polls | @CUP_PoliSci

compilation of the winner of every county in every presidential race since 1836 | @kkondik

How social media is shaping the 2016 presidential election | @mattkapko @CIOonline

Why Donald Trump is a ‘click bait candidate’ and Hillary Clinton is too | @JTakiff @PhillyBusiness

Post-truth politics and the US election: why the narrative trumps the facts | @Reasondisabled @UQ_News @ConversationEDU

Podesta Leaks: The Obama-Clinton E-mails | @ANDREWCMCCARTHY @NRO

The lesson about email safety we can learn from Hillary Clinton and Colin Powell | Tara Golshan @voxdotcom

Trump Withheld Alimony From Marla Maples When She Threatened His Presidential Ambitions | @KFILE @BuzzFeed
– “Our purpose was to send a message that she was playing close to the fire. That should slow her down,” Trump’s lawyer said at the time.

Psychology suggests that power doesn’t make people bad—it just reveals their true natures | Michael W. Kraus @qz @StephaneCoteTO @katydec @RotmanSchool

Don’t skip the vice presidential debate: Column | @USATopinion

Read Hillary Clinton’s Historic Victory Speech as Presumptive Democratic Nominee (w Video) | @katiemacreilly @time

3 myths about first presidential TV debate between Kennedy, Nixon (w Video) | @mariemorelli @syracusedotcom

Tocqueville’s America Revisited, Part 1 (w Podcast) | Paul Kennedy & Nicola Luksic @cbc