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Zen and War: A Commentary on Brian Victoria and Karl Baier's Analysis of Daisetz Suzuki and Count Dürckheim
The Abe Government and the 2014 Screening of Japanese Junior High School History Textbooks 2014
Repatriation But Not “Return”: A Japanese Brazilian Dekasegi Goes Back to Brazil
Womenomics for Japan: is the Abe policy for gendered employment viable in an era of precarity?
Producing Okinawan Cultural Identity in Hawai`i’s 'Multicultural Paradise'
Australia’s “Asian Century”: Time, Space and Public Culture
Citizenship and North Korea in the Zainichi Korean Imagination: The Art of Insook Kim ・
Fifty Years of the Shinkansen
Ryukyu Shimpo, Ota Masahide, Mark Ealey and Alastair McLauchlan, Descent Into Hell: The Battle of Okinawa
Gender Equality in Japan: The Equal Employment Opportunity Law Revisited
Three Views of Local Consciousness in Hong Kong
Police Surveillance of Muslims and Human Rights in Japan
Korean Film Companies in U.S. Occupied Japan: Imagining an Independent Korea
The Life and Death of Lafcadio Hearn: A 110-year perspective
The Japan-Korea Solidarity Movement in the 1970s and 1980s: From Solidarity to Reflexive Democracy
“Comrade Carlos Bulosan”: U.S. State Surveillance And the Cold War Suppression of Filipino Radicals
The Bumble Bee and the Chrysanthemum: Comparing Sweden and Japan’s Responses to Financial Crisis
War by Other Means: The Violence of North Korean Human Rights
Hidden Behind Tokyo: Japan's Rural Periphery
Stories from Beyond the Grave: Investigating Japanese Burial Grounds in North Korea
Poison In Our Waters: A Brief Overview of the Proposed Militarization of Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
The Okinawan Diaspora in Japan at War
Mission Impossible. What Future Fukushima?
The Limits of Sovereignty and Post-War Okinawan Migrants in Bolivia
Separate and Unequal: The Remedial Japanese Language Classroom as an Ethnic Project
The politics of global production: Apple, Foxconn and China's new working class
In the Dark With Tepco: Fukushima’s Legacy for Nuclear Power
The Extraordinary Story of the Komagata Maru: Commemorating the One Hundred Year Challenge to Canada’s Immigration Colour Bar
The Korean “Cinema of Assimilation” and the Construction of Cultural Hegemony in the Final Years of Japanese Rule
On Racial Discrimination and Gender Discrimination in Japan: the Gap Separating the Zaitokukai March and the Aida Makoto exhibition
Taiwan and the Ryukyus (Okinawa) in Asia-Pacific Multilateral Relations – a Long-term Historical Perspective on Territorial Claims and Conflicts
The 10th Anniversary of the Iraq War
Japan’s Rightward Swing and the Tottori Prefecture Human Rights Ordinance
Post-Fukushima Realities and Japan’s Energy Future
North Korea’s Partisan Family State
China’s Green Power Experiment: Whither the Environment?−−?
Red and Yellow: Thailand's Future in Check and Balance −−
North Koreans in South Korea: In Search of Their Humanity−−
Becoming “Chinese”—But What “Chinese”?—in Southeast Asia−−
The Highest Risk: Problems of Radiation at Reactor Unit 4, Fukushima Daiichi−−4
Being Okinawan in Japan: The Diaspora Experience
Power Politics: Japan’s Resilient Nuclear Village
Amid Invisible Terror: The Righteous Anger of A Fukushima Farmer Poet−−
Crippled Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant at One Year: Back in the Disaster Zone−−
Indignez-Vous! ‘Fukushima,’ New Media and Anti-Nuclear Activism in Japan!
The Family, Koseki, and the Individual: Japanese and Korean Experiences
Tunneling Through Nationalism: The Phenomenology of a Certain Nationalist-
No More ‘Aliens’: Managing the Familiar and the Unfamiliar in Japan
Social Fallout: Marginalization After the Fukushima Nuclear Meltdown−−
The Past Matters: Lessons From History and From Japan’s March 11 Earthquake and Tsunami−−311