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she told of a pupil who wrote that women’s ‘hearts must be ennobled, and need to be filled with energy and spirit [. . .] All women’s natural abilities should be improved to the highest degrees’. 77 As Coates herself commented, her Japanese pupils’ challenges to established gender hierarchies

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

of these initiatives involved channelling the energies of the unemployed and at-risk young men away from criminal activities into productive legal sectors of society. 11 But what do these statistics and a long connection with the United States establish? Th ey demonstrate the friendly relationship

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

, Asia and Latin America. Although these relationships focused mainly on trade issues at the beginning, they have expanded over the years to cover investment, economic cooperation, fi nance, energy, science and technology and environmental protection, as well as political matters such as the global war on

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

benefi t from a service that provides for even greater exchange and coordination. Th is could then become the catalyst for initiatives at higher levels. It is also important to recognize that, in spite of the malaise surrounding the Lisbon Treaty, considerable eff ort and energy has already been expended

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

to the European level. Th is may not always boost exclusive EU competence, but consular aff airs, which are cur- rently under intense discussion, 20 or international aid, energy or environmental policies are all cases in point. Th e global economic crisis of 2009 heightened the relevance of calls to

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‘can have hard results’. 84 It is not only the future of public diplomacy that depends upon the question of its evaluation — so does the very theoretical conception of power and influence in international relations. Th is fact alone should form a sufficient stim- ulus to drive academic energies into this

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mitigate the excesses of this globalized capitalism, Japan should return to the notion of ‘frater- nity’ and endeavour to establish the EAC. 59 Hatoyama modelled his EAC pro- posal on the European experience, by suggesting that functional integration on different areas such as trade, energy and the

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there was no longer an open frontier for expansion, that outward industrial and political forces were beginning to bump into each other, and that expansionist energies could even bounce back upon their sources, impacting upon metropolitan societies. Th e political 5) See John Lewis Gaddis, Th e Long

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gentium are the same as the eternal truths contained in the abstract precepts of ius naturale . During the Middle Ages, intellectual energies focused on canon or church law. The breakthrough in thinking about relations of political associations did not occur until the early Renaissance. In terms of legal

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy