Fung Library

Newspaper Clipping Files

The DCJ's newspaper clipping files are available for use on-site in the library. Clippings are from Asahi Shimbun, Yomiuri Shimbun, Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Daily Yomiuri, Japan Times, Nikkei Weekly, and The Japan Digest. For questions regarding these files, please consult the DCJ Librarian, Kazuko Sakaguchi, via e-mail.

Clippings are organized under the following headings:

  • Administrative reform
    • Planning (committees, etc).
    • Deregulation
    • Privatization (JNR, NTT)
      *see also Political reform
  • Aging/Welfare (Incl. Kaigo hoken, Nenkin, Shakai hoken)
    *see also Population, Demography
  • Agriculture, forestry & fisheries
  • Aleph (Aum)
    *see also Religion
  • Anti-trust
  • Arms control
    *see also Defense
  • APEC
  • Art/Aesthetics
    *see also Popular culture
  • Asia
    • Central
    • Northeast
    • Southeast (ASEAN)
    • Hong Kong/Taiwan
      *see also Foreign relations
  • Automobile
  • Bureaucracy
  • Business
    • General
    • Auto Industry
    • Banking industry
      *see also Construction, Defense, Economy,
    • Financial markets, Foreign businesses in Japan,
    • Transportation, U.S. Business in Japan
  • China (PRC)
  • Citizen's movement
    *see also NGO/NPO
  • COCOM
  • Competitiveness
  • Computers
  • Constitution
  • Construction (dango, etc)
  • Consumers
  • Corporate culture U.S. vs Japan
  • Crime (yakuza, terrorism)
    *see also Political ethics
  • Defense/SDF
    *see also Arms control
  • Deregulation (see Administrative reform)
  • Diet (Parliament)
  • Diplomacy
  • Direct investment (overseas by Japan)
  • Distribution system
  • Domestic demand boost policy (minkatsu)
    *see also Maekawa Report
  • Economy (Incl. Yen, Globalization, GDP)
  • Education (Incl. Education Reform, University Reform)
    *see also Youth
  • Elections
  • Emperor
    • Imperial Household Agency
    • Showa
    • Heisei
  • Energy
  • Environment (pollution, natural disasters)
  • Family (including Domestic problems)
  • Finance
  • Financial markets (securities industry)
  • Fiscal policy
    *see also Administrative reform
  • Food
  • Foreign affairs/internationalization
  • Foreign aid (ODA, PKO)
  • Foreign businesses in Japan
  • Foreign relations with
    • Africa
    • China
    • Eastern Europe
    • EC
    • Korea
    • Latin America
    • Mideast
    • Pacific Basin ( Australia, Canada, Oceania)
      *see also APEC
    • Russia (includes all former Soviet republics)
    • Taiwan
    • United States
      *see also Asia
    • USSR
  • Foreigners in Japan
    *see also Minorities
  • Foresight
  • FSX
  • Futurology
  • Globalizm
  • Government
    • Nakasone (Nov 1982-Nov 1987)
    • Takeshita (Nov 1987-June 1989)
    • Uno (June 1989-Aug 1989)
    • Kaifu (Aug 1989-Oct 1991)
    • Miyazawa (Nov 1991-Aug 1993)
    • Hosokawa (Aug 1993-April 1994)
    • Hata (April 1994-June 1994)
    • Murayama (June 1994-Jan 1996)
    • Hashimoto (Jan 1996-July 1998)
    • Obuchi (July 1998-April 2000)
    • Mori (April 2000-April 2001)
    • Koizumi (April 2001-September 2006 )
      *see also Political parties
    • Abe (September 2006 � September 2007)
    • Fukuda (September 2007 � September 2008)
    • Aso (September 2008 - Present)
 
  • Health & medical
  • History (official apologies, Hiroshima) Income distribution
  • Industrial policy
  • Intellectual policy
  • IT (Information Technology)
  • Japan-U.S.
    • High-tech cooperation/competition
    • Trade
      *see also Foreign relations
  • Japanese companies overseas
  • Japan's new world role (PKO, burden sharing, etc)
  • Keiretsu
  • Korea
    *see also Foreign relations
  • Labor (guest workers, immigration policy)
    *see also Foreigners in Japan
  • Land policy
  • Law/legal
    *see also Crime, Intellectual property
  • Living conditions/lifestyles (leisure, sports)
  • Local government (decentralization)
  • Maekawa Report
    *see also domestic demand
  • Manufacturing (kudoka, hollowing out)
  • Media
  • Media & Politics
  • Minorities (Ainu, Burakumin, Koreans)
    * see also Foreigners in Japan
  • Nationalism
    • History Textbook
    • Right wing
    • Yasukuni
  • New media (multimedia)
    *see also Media, Telecommunications
  • NIES ( Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore)
  • NGO/NPO
    *see also Citizen's movement
  • Obituaries
  • OKINAWA
  • Overseas Japanese
  • Philanthropy
  • Political ethics (scandals)
  • Political parties
    • Democratic Party of Japan (Minshuto)
    • Democratic Socialist Party (Minshato, 1960- )
    • Japan Communist Party (Kyosanto, 1922- )
    • Japan New Party (Nihon Shinto, 1992-94)
    • Japan Socialist Party
      *see also Social Democratic Party of Japan
    • Komeito (Clean Government, 1964- )
    • LDP (Liberal Democratic Party)
    • New Frontier (1994- )
    • New Liberal Club (Shinjiyu Kurabu, 1976-86)
    • New Komeito
    • Shinseito (1993- )
    • Shinto Sakigake (1993- )
    • Social Democratic Party of Japan (Shakaito, 1945- )
    • United Social Democratic Party (Shaminren, 1978- )
    • Others
  • Political reform
  • Political trends/citizen's movement
  • Population
  • Public opinion polls
  • Radicals (Narita; see also Crime)
  • Regional development
    *see also Local government, Decentralization
  • Religion
  • Rengo
    *see also Labor, 1992-
  • Rice
  • Science & technology/R&D
  • SDI
  • Semiconductors
  • Small & medium-scale enterprises
    *see also Business
  • Socio-cultural trends
  • Soviet Union
    *see also Foreign relations
  • Summits/G-7, G-8
  • Tax reform
    *see also Administrative reform
  • Telecommunications
  • Terrorism
  • Third World
  • Tourism
  • Tokyo-Edo Studies
  • Trade
    *see also Japan-U.S. trade
  • Transportation
  • United Nations
  • United States
    • Business in Japan
    • Economy
    • U.S. Foreign aid
    • Foreign policy/ Burden sharing
      *see also Foreign relations, Japan-U.S. Trade
  • Whaling
  • Women
  • World trade (including WTO)
  • Yen Bloc (see APEC)
  • Yen in world financial markets
  • Youth (including Juvenile delinquency)
    *see also Education, Family

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