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New Energy Fuels Japan's Diplomacy: From the Middle East to Central Asia

Did It Really Help to be a Japanese Colony? East Asian Economic Performance in Historical Perspective

On History, Nationalism and a Northeast Asian Community

Pachinko: Declining Popularity or a Continuing Japanese Social Problem?

Japan Vies With China for Dominance in Indochina and ASEAN

Proof of POW Forced Labor for Japan's Foreign Minister: The Aso Mines (Japanese Translation available)

Traveling through Autonomy and Subjugation: Jeju Island Under Japan and Korea

The Kingdom of Tonga and the Fight Against Feudalism in the Pacific Islands

Local Mosques and the Lives of Muslims in Japan

China's Rise and the Reorganization of the Asian Regional and World Economy