Articles by Mark Caprio« Back to list
Mark E. Caprio is a professor of history at Rikkyo University in Tokyo and a Japan Focus associate. He is the author of The Japanese Assimilation Policies in Colonial Korea, 1910-1945, published by the University of Washington Press in August2009.
Stories from Beyond the Grave: Investigating Japanese Burial Grounds in North Korea
Neglected Questions on the “Forgotten War”: South Korea and the United States on the Eve of the Korean War−−
Neo-Nationalist Interpretations of Japan's Annexation of Korea: The Colonization Debate in Japan and South Korea−−
Plausible Denial? Reviewing the Evidence of DPRK Culpability for the Cheonan Warship Incident?
Legacies of Empire and Occupation: The Making of the Korean Diaspora in Japan
The Cold War Explodes in Kobe—”The 1948 Korean Ethnic School "Riots" and US Occupation Authorities
The Forging of Alien Status of Koreans in American Occupied Japan
North Korea Cool to United States "Surprises"
Nuclear Dominoes: Will North Korea Follow Libya's Lead?