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Thanks for your support for our 2017 campaign. We raised close to $11,000 toward our $12,000 goal. We will continue our fifteen year record of providing the journal free to readers.

 

 

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
Moon Jae-In’s THAAD Conundrum: South Korea’s “candlelight president” faces strong citizen opposition on missile defense
Chinese Coal Miners Will Need 2.3 Million New Jobs by 2020: Cutbacks in Mines
Big Meat: The rise and impact of mega-farming in China’s beef, sheep and dairy industries