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Are You Listening to the Voices of the Victims? My Critique of Park Yuha’s Comfort Women of the Empire
Hitler's dismantling of the constitution and the current path of Japan's Abe administration: What lessons can we draw from history?
PERSPECTIVE
Perry’s Black Ships in Japan and Ryukyu: The Whitewash of History
PERSPECTIVE
Japanese Elections: The Ghost of Constitutional Revision and Campaign Discourse
Okinawans Say “No Pasarán” to the U.S. Marines: A delegation to Washington asks the Obama administration to respect democracy
Opening the Door to Peace on the Korean Peninsula: Women Cross DMZ
The Trans-Pacific Partnership: A Deeply Flawed Partnership (TPP)
Islam, a Forgotten Holocaust, and American Historical Amnesia
Saotome Katsumoto and the Firebombing of Tokyo: Introducing The Great Tokyo Air Raid
In the Face of American Amnesia, The Grim Truths of No Gun Ri Find a Home
FEATURE
Remembering Hiroshima and the Lucky Dragon in Chim↑Pom’s Level 7 feat. “Myth of Tomorrow”
Imaging Disaster: Tokyo and the Visual Culture of Japan’s Great Earthquake of 1923
FEATURE
Will Wrongful Convictions Be a Catalyst for Change in Japanese Criminal Justice?
FEATURE
Wrongful Convictions and the Culture of Denial in Japanese Criminal Justice
Sink the Asahi! The ‘Comfort Women’ Controversy and the Neo-nationalist Attack !
Labeled the reporter who “fabricated” the comfort woman issue: A Rebuttal
Japan's New Empire and the Dōmei News Agency in Occupied Southeast Asia, 1942-45
Australia in America's Third Iraq War
'Distancing Acts': Private Mercenaries and the War on Terror in American Foreign Policy
US Strategic Negligence, North Korea and the Sony Slideshow
Stranger than Fiction: The Interview and U.S. Regime-Change Policy Toward North Korea
The Erosion of Democracy in South Korea: The Dissolution of the Unified Progressive Party and the Incarceration of Lee Seok-ki ()
North American Universities and the 1965 Indonesian Massacre: Indonesian Guilt and Western Responsibility 1965
The Secret History of Cannabis in Japan
The End of the Postwar? The Abe Government, Okinawa, and Yonaguni Island
Confucius Institutes: Academic Malware
The Fates of American Presidents Who Challenged the Deep State (1963-1980) (1963-1980)
'If we don't face our past, we're bound to repeat the same mistakes.' Japanese wartime medical orderly reports on army's role in maintaining 'comfort women' system
The Failure of the South Korean National Security State: The Sewol Tragedy in the Age of Neoliberalism
Martial Law and the Criminalization of Thought in Thailand
An Appeal from Okinawa to the US Congress. Futenma Marine Base Relocation and its Environmental Impact:: U.S. Responsibility
Korean Film Companies in U.S. Occupied Japan: Imagining an Independent Korea
The Japan-Korea Solidarity Movement in the 1970s and 1980s: From Solidarity to Reflexive Democracy
Hiroshima's Disaster, Climate Crisis, and the Future of the Resilient City
Three Cheers for Abe's High-Tech CLT Wooden Arrow: The Future of Japanese Construction
Political Protest in Interwar Japan Part I
The Ethics of Bombing Civilians After World War II: The Persistence of Norms Against Targeting Civilians in the Korean War
Japan's Secrecy Law and International Standards
The Japan-China Confrontation Over the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands – Between “shelving” and “dispute escalation”
Social Protest in Imperial Japan: The Hibiya Riot of 1905
Trial Support Groups Lobby for Japanese Prisoner Rights, Fight to Rectify Injustices
Doom and Gloom or Economic Boom? The Myth of the 'North Korean Collapse'
Abe Shinzo and the U.S.-Japan Relationship in a Global Context
The Dulles Brothers, Harry Dexter White, Alger Hiss, and the Fate of the Private Pre-War International Banking System
The American Deep State, Deep Events, and Off-the-Books Financing
Critical New Stage in Japan’s Textbook Controversy
Japan’s 2013 State Secrecy Act -- The Abe Administration’s Threat to News Reporting
Indonesia’s Elections of 2014: Democratic Consolidation or Reversal?
Indonesia, Australia and the Edward Snowden Legacy: Shifting asymmetries of power
Imperial Tokyo as a Contact Zone: the Metropolitan Tours of Taiwanese Aborigines, 1897-1941