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Legal Categories, Demographic Change and Japan's Korean Residents in the Long Twentieth Century

Japan Intelligence Satellite Launch Pushes the Boundaries of Self-defense: the North Korea Connection

The Remembered and the Forgotten: Slighting the firebombing victims of Japan's Pacific War

Satsuki Ina's From a Silk Cocoon, Japanese-American Incarceration Resistance Narratives, and the Post 9/11 Era

Inoue Hisashi: Crusader with a Pen

Tokyo Homes May Sit on World War II Mass Grave

Time to End the Korean War: The Korean Nuclear Crisis in the Era of Unification

Russian Energy Maneuvers Challenge Japan: The Sakhalin Ploy

The Ryukyus and Taiwan in the East Asian Seas: A Longue Duree Perspective

Internment Without Charges: Dorothea Lange and the Censored Images of Japanese American Internment