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Textbook Nationalism: Perspectives on China, Japan and Korea

China's Growing Middle East Role and the Potential for US-China Conflict

China Rocks the Geopolitical Boat with Iran Oil Deals

Forty Million Missing Girls: Land, Population Controls and Sex Imbalance in Rural China

Chinese Forced Labor, the Japanese Government and the Prospects for Redress

Mirrors of History: On a Sino-Japanese Moment and Some Antecedents

Primary Responsibility for the Worsening in Japan-China Relations lies with Japan: Reflections on recent conflicts

The New Imperialism and the Post-Colonial Developmental State: Manchukuo in comparative perspective

Revving Up the China Threat: New Stage in US China Policy

China's Port Development and Shipping Competition in East Asia