Tag: earthquake

  • 'Crisis in Japan: The Way Forward' at Harvard [live blog]

    I’m going to be blogging my notes from Harvard’s “Crisis in Japan: The Way Forward” event, ongoing now with live video here. Usual caveats apply: this is an unedited draft; notes not in quotes are paraphrased; quotes not checked against recording. Starting at 4:09 p.m. EDT. Working to create a digital archive. Prof. Andrew Gordon […]

  • The rise of Yukio Edano?

    With the world’s attention on the unfolding tragedy in Japan, I completed a short interview this week with Daniel Sneider of Stanford on the post-quake future of Japanese politics. It’s online now at NBR. One of Sneider’s most interesting points was that, as the Kan administration works through the present crisis, the prominence of Chief […]