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The Editors

 

X Socialism
To Hell With Capitalism: Snapshots from the Crab Cannery Ship
Illusions of Self: The Life and Poetry of Ishikawa Takuboku
Juche in the United States: The Black Panther Party’s Relations with North Korea, 1969-1971
Japan's 1968: A Collective Reaction to Rapid Economic Growth in an Age of Turmoil
'Life's First Night' and the Treatment of Hansen's Disease in Japan
'Only a disciplined people can build a nation': North Korean Mass Games and Third Worldism in Guyana, 1980-1992
The Two-Sen Copper Coin
Protest Art in 1950s Japan: The Forgotten Reportage Painters
“Fieldwork” North Korea: Observations of daily life on the ground inside the country
Democracy's Porous Borders: Espionage, Smuggling and the Making of Japan's Transwar Regime (Part I)
“Comrade Carlos Bulosan”: U.S. State Surveillance And the Cold War Suppression of Filipino Radicals
Political Protest in Interwar Japan Part I
Political Protest in Interwar Japan--Part II
Bounded Collectivism: Approaching Rural Land Rights and Labor Through “Natural Villages” in Southwest China
Exhibiting the Past: China’s Nanjing Massacre Memorial Museum
Doom and Gloom or Economic Boom? The Myth of the 'North Korean Collapse'
Limited Regular Employment and the Reform of Japan’s Division of Labor
War by Other Means: The Violence of North Korean Human Rights
The San Francisco System: Past, Present, Future in U.S.-Japan-China Relations
A New Chinese Land Reform?
Infanticide
Border Crossing Into Tiananmen Square; still under lockdown twenty-five years on
ANYUAN: Mining China’s Revolutionary Tradition
North Korea after Kim Jong Il: The Kim Jong Un era and its challenges
Neglected Questions on the “Forgotten War”: South Korea and the United States on the Eve of the Korean War−−
Suicide as Protest for the New Generation of Chinese Migrant Workers: Foxconn, Global Capital, and the State−−
Global Perspectives on European and Central Asian Trajectories of Change from State Socialism  
Brushing with Authority: The Life and Art of Tomiyama Taeko——
Money in Socialist Economies: The Case of North Korea−−
The Smallest Army Imaginable: Gandhi's Constitutional Proposal for India and Japan's Peace Constitution
International Students and U.S. Global Power in the Long 20th Century20
Charter 08 Framer Liu Xiaobo Awarded Nobel Peace Prize. The Troubled History and Future of Chinese Liberalism
The Making of Japan's New Working Class: “Freeters” and the Progression From Middle School to the Labor Market −−
Early Returns from Japan’s New Criminal Trials
Farewell to Class, except the Middle Class: The Politics of Class Analysis in Contemporary China
From the Nanjing Massacre to American Global Expansion: Reflections on Japanese and American Amnesia
Red Shanghai, Blue Shanghai
US Power/US Decline and US-China Relations
Japan as Spoiler in the Six-Party Talks: Single-Issue Politics and Economic Diplomacy Towards North Korea
The Denationalized Have No Class: The Banishment of Japan's Korean Minority-- A POLEMIC
The Cultural Career of the Japanese Economy: Developmental and Cultural Nationalisms in Historical Perspective
From Withdrawal to Resistance. The Rhetoric of Exit in Yoshimoto Takaaki and Karatani Kojin
New Asian Drivers, Japan, Korea and the Lessons of History