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To my understanding, normally you can't start your sentences with "doko wa". That would mean that you're introducing "where" as a topic/object that is being discussed, which doesn't make sense if you think about it. Your second sentence is fine, use it. :)
"Otearai wa doko desu ka" is correct. "Doko wa otearai desu ka" is incorrect.
逃げ切り世代 refers to that last generation that gets out just a bit more than they put in to their social security pension (people born about 1964 according to the article below). Any younger and they would start getting out less than they put in. Source: allabout.co.jp article here 矛先すら見えない literally means, "(they) can't even see the tip of the spear". The "...
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