Articles by Wada Haruki« Back to list
Wada Haruki is Emeritus Professor of Tokyo University and author of Kin Nissei to Manshu Konichi Senso (Kim Il Sung and the Manchurian Anti-Japanese War, 1993), Chosen Senso zenshi (A Complete History of the Korean War, 2002), Kita Chosen – Yugekitai kokka no genzai (North Korea–Partisan State Today, 1998), Chosen yuji o nozomu no ka (Do we Want a Korean Emergency? 2002), Dojidai hihan – Nitcho kankei to rachi mondai (Critique of Our Own Times – Japan-North Korea Relations and the Abduction Problem, 2005) and Kaikoku:Nichi-Ro kokkyo kosho (Opening the Country: Japan-Russia Border Relations, 2008). He is Secretary-General of the National Association for Normalization of Japan-North Korea Relations. A list of his past works is available at his personal home page (in Japanese).
Kim Jong-il and the Normalization of Japan-North Korea Relations
From the Firing at Yeonpyeong Island to a Comprehensive Solution to the Problems of Division and War in Korea
Resolving the China-Japan Conflict Over the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands
Japan-North Korea Relations—A Dangerous Stalemate
Maritime Asia and the Future of a Northeast Asia Community
The Comfort Women, the Asian Women's Fund and the Digital Museum
The North Korean Nuclear Problem, Japan, and the Peace of Northeast Asia
Recovering a Lost Opportunity: Japan-North Korea Negotiations in the Wake of the Iraqi War
Can North Korea's Perestroika Succeed?
The Era of Northeast Asia
The Strange Record of 15 Years of Japan-North Korea Negotiations
Japan-North Korea Diplomatic Normalization and Northeast Asia Peace
Takeshima/Tokdo - A Plea to Resolve a Worsening Japan-Korea Dispute