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March 18, 2011


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Or Japan has major systemic issues to face, but is a big, rich, well-educated country which would have to have faced them anyway. The tsunami will provide a commentators with a simple narrative hook to persuade people to read all the pieces about Japan having to sort out the systemic issues that they have been writing for ages.

I thought the blog post contained some sensible things, but the rabble-rousing bits are silly. I only know a bit about Japan too, of course.


At the very least, it's a massive shot in the arm for the Japanese construction industry.

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The Japanese have deep, deep reserves of resilience, tremendously rich cultural traditions, and massive amounts of know-how.

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This disaster will do one of two things for Japan. On the one hand, it could be the wake-up call that that country needs to galvanize it into real change. But it could also be the real beginning of the end, the collapse of the entire elaborately constructed house of cards. Either way, Japan post-tsunami will not be the same as Japan before.

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