Towards an Asia-Pacific ‘Depopulation Dividend’ in the 21st Century: Regional Growth and Shrinkage in Japan and New Zealand
Continuation of Policy By Other Means: Ensuring that US-ROK Military Exercises Don’t Increase Risk of War
Diplomatic Remedies for THAAD Madness: The US, China and the Two Koreas
The “Japan Is Great!” Boom, Historical Revisionism, and the Government
The Story of the Nation: “Japan Is Great”
In the Woods of Memory
Hikikomori: The Japanese Cabinet Office’s 2016 Survey of Acute Social Withdrawal
Environmental Contamination at USMC bases on Okinawa
What Was the Cold War? Imagined Reality, Ordinary People’s War, and Social Mechanism
Seventeen’s Battle with the Cult of Masculinity: Reading Ōe Kenzaburō’s 1960s Critique of Rightist Resurgence in the Age of Abe
Charlie Chan and the Orientalist Exception
American-Chinese Tensions in the Trump Era: The Pitfalls of Economic Codependency
Ecology and Japanese History: Reactionary Environmentalism’s Troubled Relationship with the Past
Dorothea Lange’s Censored Photographs of the Japanese American Internment
Social Entrepreneurship and Citizenship in China: The Rise of NGOs in the PRC
“Japan is Great”
The Japanese State versus the People of Okinawa: Rolling Arrests and Prolonged and Punitive Detention
Two Visions, One Collaboration? Part of a Future for US-China Relations?
Disaster Poetry from Ōfunato
The Great Divide: West Papuan Demographics Revisited; Settlers Dominate Coastal Regions but the Highlands Still Overwhelmingly Papuan
Follow Up on Thyroid Cancer! Patient Group Voices Opposition to Scaling Down the Fukushima Prefectural Health Survey
Trump's Threat to Charge Japan More for U.S. Forces: Taoka Shunji says “Let them leave.”
Japan’s Dark Industrial Heritage: An Introduction
Rasa Island: What Industrialization To Remember and Forget
Convict Labor and Its Commemoration: the Mitsui Miike Coal Mine Experience¹
The Heritage of Resentment and Shame in Postwar Japan
Korea’s Greening Strategy: The role of smart microgrids
Japan, Pearl Harbor, and the Poetry of December 8th
The Asahi Shimbun’s Foiled Foray into Watchdog Journalism
Japan: Prime Minister Abe Shinzo’s Agenda
Okinawa: NGO Appeal to the United Nations and to US Military and Government over Base Matters, December 2015 and December 2016
Grassroots Struggle in the US and Okinawa: The Visible and the Invisible
American Fire Bombing and Atomic Bombing of Japan in History and Memory
Napalm in US Bombing Doctrine and Practice, 1942-1975
Blockbusters, Nukes, and Drones: trajectories of change over a century
Introduction: Perspectives on the Bombing of Civilians From World War II to the Present
Defending Civilians against Aerial Bombardment: A Comparative/Transnational History of Japanese, German, and British Home Fronts, 1918-1945
Instability, the Crisis of Politics, and Social Movements: The Contemporary World and Japan
Base Dependency and Okinawa’s Prospects: Behind the Myths
The Korean Peninsula within the Framework of US Global Hegemony
China’s environmental challenges: under the dome with no way out?
Fukushima: A Second Chernobyl?
From the 2.26 Incident to the Atomic Bombs: Haiku During the Asia-Pacific War
Looking Towards Nirai Kanai
How many nuclear warheads does the United States need?
Nippon Kaigi: Empire, Contradiction, and Japan’s Future
Has Komeito Abandoned its Principles? Public Perception of the Party’s Role in Japan’s Security Legislation Debate
The Showa Emperor’s Tour of Tokyo, March 18, 1945
Nationalism in the Abe Era
Nationalism, Pacifism, and Reconciliation: Three Paths Forward for Japan's “History Problem”