Tag: law

Will Abe’s ‘third arrow’ fly in the face of foreign workers?

With the world’s third largest economy suffering from labour shortages, Abenomics needs to hit its target, Andrew Thomson writes.

Podcast | Law in space: who is at fault in our stars?

In this episode of the Monsoon Podcast, Alisa Asmalovskaya blasts off into space law to see what’s there and what remains to be explored.

Hidden in plain sight: Korea’s sexist response to spy cams in women’s restrooms

South Korea’s patriarchal society fails to respond to a wave of sexual harassment, contributing to the trauma many women face, writes Henry Cho.

Japan’s state secrecy laws still a secret

In the first year after Japan’s State Secrecy Law was enacted, various ministers and agencies classified 382 issues as state secrets.  The law is well […]