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Crimes, Concealment and South Korea's Truth and Reconciliation Commission

August Nuclear Thoughts: the New Proliferation (Available in Korean)

Toward the Abolition of Nuclear War: Hiroshima and Nagasaki Declarations

Dangerous Islands: Japan, Korea, and the United States

How A Mock Trial Could Turn Victory into Defeat on North Korea's Nuclear Arms

US Bases, Japan and the Reality of Okinawa as a Military Colony

War in the Caucasus and the Global Repositioning of China, Germany, Russia and the US

Living With the Nightmare of Planes and Aircraft Carriers at U.S. Bases in Japan: Upgrading Iwakuni and Yokosuka

Migrants, Subjects, Citizens: Comparative Perspectives on Nationality in the Prewar Japanese Empire

Fiji's Mercenary Military, the US and the Politics of Coup D'etat