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APJ Subscription Drive December 2017

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The Editors

 

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’
Taiwan’s Green Energy Transition Under Way
Protesting Policy and Practice in South Korea’s Nuclear Energy Industry
Overcoming Double Erasure: Japanese “comfort women”, nationalism and trafficking.
Agent Orange on Okinawa: Six Years On
What is the Aim of Nippon Kaigi, the Ultra-Right Organization that Supports Japan’s Abe Administration?
Backstory to Abe’s Snap Election – the Secrets of Moritomo, Kake and the “Missing” Japan SDF Activity Logs
Spies on Campus: The CIA and the FBI from the Indochina Wars to the “War on Terror”
An Enemy You Can Depend On: Trump, Pershing’s Bullets, and the Folklore of the War on Terror
Public Statuary and Nationalism in Modern and Contemporary Japan
Pacific Islanders Experience the Pacific War: Informants as Historians and Story Tellers
American Literature on the Battle of Okinawa and the Continuing US Military Presence
The Future of Conflict in the Korean Peninsula and Beyond: The War Dreams of Kim and Trump
Thinking About Coercion in the Context of Prostitution: Japan’s Military ‘Comfort Women’ and Contemporary Sexually-Exploited Women
On Okinawa, Locals Want US Troops to Leave
China’s Electric Power: Results for first half 2017 demonstrate continuing green shift
I Learned about the Wretchedness of War:  Women Settlers’ ‘Sexual Entertainment’ of Soviet Red Army Troops in Postwar Manchuria
Ainu Women and Indigenous Modernity in Settler Colonial Japan