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China, India and the Doubling of the Global Labor Force: who pays the price of globalization?

Dam shame: Tokyo and Kansai flush with water

Globalization's New Underclass: China, the US, Japan and the Changing Face of Inequality

Aging and Official Abandonment Carries a Japanese Village to Extinction

The Rails Are Geopolitics: Linking North and South Korea and Beyond

Felling Forestry Firms' Towering Debts: Who Will Save the Forests?

Sumatran Villagers Sue Japan Over ODA Dam

Asia's Coming Water Wars

Vietnam's Roaring Economy, the World Stage and the US

Japan's New Miracle Economy: Neoliberalism and the Poverty of Wealth