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The Fukushima Nuclear Crisis and the Fight for Compensation  福島原発危機および補償への闘い

Property, State and Society in Vietnam  ヴェトナムにおける資産、国家、社会

Japan’s Remarkable Renewable Energy Drive—After Fukushima  日本の再生可能エネルギーへの目覚ましい推進力−−フクシマのあと

Fukushima One Year On: Nuclear workers and citizens at risk 福島一周年−−危険にさらされる作業員と市民 

Global Perspectives on Nuclear Safety and Security After 3-11  3.11後の核安全と保安についての世界的視点

The Highest Risk: Problems of Radiation at Reactor Unit 4, Fukushima Daiichi  最大の危険性−−福島第一原発4号機における放射線の諸問題

From Uniqlo to NGOs: The Problematic “Culture of Giving” in Inter-Disaster Japan  ユニクロから非非政府組織まで−−災害間の日本における「与える文化」の問題

After The Media Has Gone: Fukushima, Suicide and the Legacy of 3.11  マスコミの去った後ーー福島、自殺、3.11の残したもの

Plutonium and Japan’s Nuclear Waste Problem: International Scientists Call for an End to Plutonium Reprocessing and Closing the Rokkasho Plant  プルトニウムと日本の放射性廃棄物問題−−各国科学者はプルトニウム再処理廃止と六ヶ所村施設閉鎖を訴える

Japan’s Economy in 2012: Multiple Challenges  2012年における日本の経済−−幾多の難題