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Mamiya Rinzo and the Japanese Exploration of Sakhalin Island: Cartography and Empire

Indonesia After Suharto—The Last King of Java Forgiven (By Elites)

Yamada Yoji Harks Back to Japanese Cinema's Golden Age

Gyokusai or "Shattering like a Jewel": Reflection on the Pacific War

Okinawan Perspectives on Japan's Imperial Institution

Korean Hibakusha, Japan's Supreme Court & the International Community: Can the U.S. & Japan Confront Forced Labor & Atomic Bombing?

Soft Power: The U.S. Cultural Offensive and Japanese Intellectuals

The Water Cure. An American Debate on torture and counterinsurgency in the Philippines—a century ago

New Era for Japan-Korea History Issues: Forced Labor Redress Efforts Begin to Bear Fruit

A 1942 Declaration for Greater East Asian Co-operation