Articles by C. Douglas Lummis

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C. Douglas Lummis, a former US Marine stationed on Okinawa, is the author of Radical Democracy and is a Japan Focus associate. He taught at TsudaCollege

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Henoko Has a Few Words for the Pentagon – an Okinawan ex-Marine Speaks Up
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Okinawa: State of Emergency
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The Bus to Henoko: Riot Police and Okinawan Citizens Face-off over New Marine Base
It Would Make No Sense for Article 9 to Mean What it Says, Therefore It Doesn’t. The Transformation of Japan's Constitution
An Afghan Okinawa
The United States and Terror on the Tenth Anniversary of 9/11911
The Innocence of Evil: Reflections on War and the Battle of Okinawa−−
I Lost My Only Son in the War: Prelude to the Okinawan Anti-Base Movement——
The Smallest Army Imaginable: Gandhi's Constitutional Proposal for India and Japan's Peace Constitution
The US-Japan Status of Forces Agreement and Okinawan Anger. A DEBATE
Ruth Benedict's Obituary for Japanese Culture: An Exchange
Ruth Benedict's Obituary for Japanese Culture
The Madman and the Sword
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The Proposal to Build a Nuclear Power Plant in Tokyo and to Move the Futenma Base from Okinawa to Mainland Japan
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The Madman Strategy
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The Great Betrayal
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"Two Elections and Japan's Most Unwanted Base" and "A Democratic Victory in Nago, Okinawa" UPDATE 2/13 "Democracy, Do Not Die!" !
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Three Messages from Okinawa