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Articles by Satoko Oka Norimatsu

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Satoko Oka NORIMATSU is Director of the Peace Philosophy Centre, a peace-education organization in Vancouver, Canada, with a widely-read Japanese-English blog peacephilosophy.com on topics such as peace and justice, war memory and education in East Asia, US-Japan relations, US military bases in Okinawa, nuclear issues, and media criticism (To view English-language posts only click HERE). She is co-author with Gavan McCormack of Resistant Islands: Okinawa Confronts Japan and the United States, Rowman & Littlefield, 2012. The Japanese translation is 『沖縄の〈怒〉-日米への抵抗』(法律文化社, 2013)and the Korean translation is저항하는 섬, 오끼나와: 미국과 일본에 맞선 70년간의 기록(창비, 2014). She is also co-author with Oliver Stone and Peter Kuznick of 『よし、戦争について話そう。戦争の本質について話をしようじゃないか!(Let's Talk About War. Let's Talk about What War Really Is!)』(金曜日, 2014). She is a Japan Focus editor.

The Emperor’s Army and Japan’s Discrimination against Okinawa
Political Agenda Behind the Japanese Emperor and Empress’ “Irei” Visit to the Philippines
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Looking at Flaws in the Henoko Landfill Permit Process from the Standpoint of the Right to Self-determination
Ryukyu/Okinawa, From Disposal to Resistance
Amid Invisible Terror: The Righteous Anger of A Fukushima Farmer Poet−−
Fukushima and Okinawa – the “Abandoned People,” and Civic Empowerment−−
Discordant Visitors: Japanese and Okinawan Messages to the US−−
The Truth About Nuclear Power: Japanese Nuclear Engineer Calls for Abolition−− • Japanese text available
Fukushima is Worse than Chernobyl – on Global Contamination
Protecting Children Against Radiation: Japanese Citizens Take Radiation Protection into Their Own Hands •Japanese text available
Hatoyama's Confession: The Myth of Deterrence and the Failure to Move a Marine Base Outside Okinawa−−
New Year 2011, Okinawa and the Future of East Asia2011
"The World is beginning to know Okinawa": Ota Masahide Reflects on his Life from the Battle of Okinawa to the Struggle for Okinawa
Assault on the Sea: A 50-Year U.S. Plan to Build a Military Port on Oura Bay, Okinawa——50
US Marine Training on Okinawa and Its Global Mission: a Birds-Eye View of Bases From the Air
Henoko, Okinawa: Inside the Sit-In−−
Why Build a New Base on Okinawa When the Marines are Relocating to Guam?: Okinawa Mayor Challenges Japan and the US ?-
Hiroshima and Nagasaki at 65 – A Reflection−−
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Worldwide Responses to the 20 Millisievert Controversy20
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Nanjing Massacre 75th Anniversary and the China-Japan Island Dispute 75
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“We used chemical weapons in Vietnam”: Oliver Stone and Peter Kuznick explain how telling the untold history can change the world for the better
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Suicide as Protest – Two Self-immolations under the Abe Regime