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The Keiretsu and the Japanese Economy

Developmental and Cultural Nationalisms in Historical Perspective

The Cultural Career of the Japanese Economy: Developmental and Cultural Nationalisms in Historical Perspective

The Missing Road: Clashing Visions of Development across the Russian-Chinese Border

The Japan-Indonesia Economic Partnership: Agreement Between Equals?

Japan's Internship Training Program for Foreign Workers: Education or Exploitation?

Russian 'Power Politics', North Korea and the Future of Northeast Asia

August Nuclear Thoughts: the New Proliferation (Available in Korean)

The Coming Crisis in Finance and Energy: Korea as a solution for East Asia?

Global Implications of China's Big Investment in Iraq and Afghanistan