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Nanjing 1937: The Film
From Nanjing to Okinawa – Two Massacres, Two Commanders
U.S. Military Base Construction at Henoko-Oura Bay and the Okinawan Governor’s Strategy to Stop It
Gunkanjima / Battleship Island, Nagasaki: World Heritage Historical Site or Urban Ruins Tourist Attraction?
The Torrent*
American Polynesia, Rising Seas and Relocation
The Fukushima Fiction Film: Gender and the Discourse of Nuclear Containment
Two Faces of the Hate Korean Campaign in Japan
The Stakes of Historical Revisionism in Trump’s America: Teaching about the Comfort Women Atrocity in the Japanese Empire
China's Workers and the Emerging Intern Class
Conflicting Japanese Responses to the Syrian Refugee Crisis
A Complex of Seas: Passages between Pacific Histories
The War on Games
The US-North Korean Crisis and Japan’s Responsibility
Abe Shinzō's Campaign to Reform the Japanese Way of Work
Tokyo University at War
Stretching the Sinitic Interpretation of Vietnamese History
North Korea and a Rules-Based Order for the Indo-Pacific, East Asia, and the World
The Intractability of the Sino-Japanese Senkaku/Diaoyu Territorial Dispute: Historical Memory, People’s Diplomacy and Transnational Activism, 1961-1978
Violence, Okinawa, and the ‘Pax Americana’