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Continuation of Policy By Other Means: Ensuring that US-ROK Military Exercises Don’t Increase Risk of War
In the Woods of Memory
Hikikomori: The Japanese Cabinet Office’s 2016 Survey of Acute Social Withdrawal
Charlie Chan and the Orientalist Exception
Seventeen’s Battle with the Cult of Masculinity: Reading Ōe Kenzaburō’s 1960s Critique of Rightist Resurgence in the Age of Abe
What Was the Cold War? Imagined Reality, Ordinary People’s War, and Social Mechanism
Environmental Contamination at USMC bases on Okinawa
American-Chinese Tensions in the Trump Era: The Pitfalls of Economic Codependency
“Japan is Great”
Social Entrepreneurship and Citizenship in China: The Rise of NGOs in the PRC
Ecology and Japanese History: Reactionary Environmentalism’s Troubled Relationship with the Past
Dorothea Lange’s Censored Photographs of the Japanese American Internment
Disaster Poetry from Ōfunato
The Japanese State versus the People of Okinawa: Rolling Arrests and Prolonged and Punitive Detention
Follow Up on Thyroid Cancer! Patient Group Voices Opposition to Scaling Down the Fukushima Prefectural Health Survey
Two Visions, One Collaboration? Part of a Future for US-China Relations?
The Great Divide: West Papuan Demographics Revisited; Settlers Dominate Coastal Regions but the Highlands Still Overwhelmingly Papuan
Trump's Threat to Charge Japan More for U.S. Forces: Taoka Shunji says “Let them leave.”
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The Heritage of Resentment and Shame in Postwar Japan
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Convict Labor and Its Commemoration: the Mitsui Miike Coal Mine Experience¹