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What The World Can Learn From Japan

by Riaan Nel in Uncategorized

This guest post is contributed by Phillip Donavan, who writes on the subject of Online Political Science Degrees . Phillip can be reached at his email id:

No one wants to be anywhere near Japan today – what with one disaster after another plaguing the island nation, it’s almost as if Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the atom bomb disaster has struck again. This time, it was nature’s fury as opposed to manmade destruction; even so, disaster is disaster – it changes the course of people’s lives in a split second and leaves them homeless, foodless, and this time, even without the cities and towns they once called home. The entire northeastern part of Japan has been flattened and reduced to rubble, and with the nuclear meltdown adding fuel to the fire, it seems like the perfect recipe for chaos and disorder all around.

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