On Japanese Citizenship and Naturalization Policies and How They May Change

Hyong-Jin KWON Paris   An estimated 700,000 dual citizens aged more than 22 live in Japan and an even more numerous – but innumerable – group of Japanese dual citizens abroad. Why do we count people older than 22? Because dual citizenship is technically only legal in Japan until the age of 22, at which

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Carlyle Rogers: CBI Has No Place in the Current Geopolitical Debate on Immigration

The place of the CBI industry in the current geopolitical debate surrounding immigration To say that immigration is the driving force behind the current turmoil facing Western democracies is to acknowledge the obvious and make the understatement of the decade. The subject is to the rise of Donald Trump in the US, the advent of Brexit,

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L’ecuyer: The Industry Is at an Inflexion Point and Inaction Will Cost Us

Addressing industry stakeholders yesterday, Bruno L’ecuyer stressed the need for coordinated action vis-a-vis European institutions, highlighted the IMC’s new education program, and urged politicians to avoid uninformed decision-making.

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MEPs Urge Cutting St Kitts’ Visa-Free Access to Schengen

Opinion of the editor: “We, Members of the European Parliament, are writing to express our concern about the visa waiver program that the EU currently has with St. Kitts and Nevis,” write MEPs Ana Gomes and Marietje Schaake in a letter addressed to the Presidents of the European Council and the European Commission, as well

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Rogers: EU/OECD’s Real Concern About CIPs Is Tax Competition, Not “Good Governance” – Part 2

Carlyle Rogers: CARICOM finally appears to realize that the EU is out to destroy the region’s economic future under the guise of tax good governance and other red herrings. What took them so long?

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