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Maritime Asia and the Future of a Northeast Asia Community

The Political Economics of Patriotism: Korean Cinema, Japan and the Case of Hanbando

Zainichi Recognitions: Japan's Korean Residents' Ideology and Its Discontents

Tamogami's World: Japan's Top Soldier Reignites Conflict Over the Past [Japanese, Korean and Czech translations available]

US Power/US Decline and US-China Relations

Fighting for Peace After War: Japanese War Veterans recall the war and their peace activism after repatriation

Memory, Apology, and International Reconciliation

The Tamogami Debacle: Dismissal of a Japanese General and the Danger of Indignation

The Cold War Explodes in Kobe—”The 1948 Korean Ethnic School "Riots" and US Occupation Authorities

Indigenous at last! Ainu Grassroots Organizing and the Indigenous Peoples Summit in Ainu Mosir