When I first visited Tokyo for SAS in the ‘90s, it was like traveling a few years into the future. I don’t see Tokyo that way anymore. It doesn’t feel much different than going to Toronto or Chicago or New York. Japan is experiencing a serious downturn. They’ll come back, […]
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The Intelligence Quarterly magazine is published four times a year under the direction of Executive Vice President Mikael Hagstrom. Here, you can read Hagstrom's take on current and past themes covered in the magazine.
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