Beside its increase in value, piquing individual and corporate interest in Bitcoin, its acknowledgement as a legal entity for example in Japan, and cryptocurrencies being managed in prominent derivative markets (CME, CBOE, Nasdaq) were some of the most important developments.
Countries, like Japan, Korea, UK, and Singapore, which have good education systems, have similar selective school applications.
They are followed by the UK, Germany, Sweden, Japan, UAE, Norway and the Netherlands.
But, the main driving force behind Turkey’s flourishing ties with China has so far been the economy (infrastructure) which of course shaped its politics (superstructure) with China and other Asian countries like India and Japan in the past few years.
After World War I, the unwillingness of the Allies to tackle the Japanese and German aggression in its early phases, ended up in the collapse of the international order in the worst way possible.
In order to achieve the objectives of this grand strategy, the United States encircled the Soviet Union with a ring of pro-American, anti-Soviet allies such as the Federal Republic of (West) Germany, Greece, Turkey, Iran (pre-1979), Pakistan, Japan, South Korea, and eventually China after the Sino-Soviet split.
Besides the USA, Turkey has benefited from ODA provided by Japan and Germany, which are still among the biggest donors all around the world.
The head of the largest pro-Trump campaign fund: Japanese-style internment camps for Muslims? Maybe: “We’ve done it based on race, we’ve done it based on religion, we’ve done it based on region.
One of your investments in Saudi Arabia is in the education sector, is that right? And you know there is a Turkish–German university already opened and there is a Turkish–Japanese university, and the construction is underway.
China and India followed a similar path by saving more than 25% of their income, just as Japan and South Korea did in the past.
Japan, South Korea, India) striving to realize structural transformation projects through import-substitution-industrialization.
or else, many constitutions were imposed on a vanquished or colonized people (for example, in Western imperial systems—the MacArthur constitution in Japan after World War II, and to a lesser extent in Post-War Germany and in colonies once they gained their independence).