Economists are pointing to Japan, which has been trapped in low growth and deflation, as a dark vision of the future for the West.
By: Executive Director, Fair World Project
One of the more controversial issues surrounding 3D printing, that of guns, seems to be a popular headline as of late. Just yesterday it was revealed that Cody Wilson's Defense Distributed filed a lawsuit against the US State Department claiming that Wilson's rights to free speech were violated.
Earlier today, a verdict was reached in the infamous 3D printed gun trial that was being held in the Yokohama District Court in Tokyo, Japan. Presiding Judge Koji Inaba found the 28-year-old Yoshitomo Imura, a former teacher at a local college, guilty of violating laws controlling firearms and swords.
The Hermit Kingdom makes a lot more sense when you know its roots: Japanese fascism.
Un média pour les bricodeurs, de l'info plein pot sur les labs, ceux de l'open bidouille comme ceux des fablabs d'universités.
CNN recently got exclusive access to a U.S. Navy surveillance plane on a secret mission near China, where they flew over a string of man-made islands.
Last November and December, I had the opportunity to be able to work from Japan. So I went to visit and meet up with the Fab. scene in East Japan. As a matter of fact, even if most of the time I
JFS Newsletter No.148 (December 2014)
Tokyo doesn't want the bomb, but it doesn't know what to do with the fuel stockpile.
JFS Newsletter No.146 (October 2014)
Posted by Dr. Naoyuki Kitamura, CEO, Japan's Medical Network Systems Inc. Cross-posted on the Google Cloud Platform blog Japan faces a...
Countries from Australia to Tanzania have scrambled to start exporting liquefied natural gas. Who's going to buy it all?
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New study overturns 20 years of consensus on peak projection of 9bn and gradual decline
The number of children in Japan has fallen to a new low, while the amount of people over 65 has reached a record high as the population ages and shrinks, the government said. There were an estimated
America's global dominance is fading-and a rising superpower in the East is poised to take its place. Renowned for their formidable work ethic, savings habit, discipline and math skills, its workers are already putting Westerners out of jobs. It's the world's second-biggest economy, and the question isn't whether it will oust the US from its perch, but when.
The UN's International Court of Justice rules that Japan must temporarily halt its whaling programme in the Antarctic.
While China and Japan may look like they're competing in Africa, the two countries are actually playing different games.