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The Great Vietnamese Famine of 1944-45 Revisited  1944−45年ヴィエトナム大飢饉再訪

The Egyptian Revolution: First Impressions from the Field  エジプトの革命−−現地よりの第一印象

The Middle East Revolutions in Historical Perspective: Egypt, Occupied Palestine, and the United States  歴史的視点から見た中東の革命−−エジプト、被占領国パレスティナ、米国

Guarding the Borders of Japan: Occupation, Korean War and Frontier Controls  日本国境守備−−占領、朝鮮戦争、境界地域の支配

The Plan to Rebuild Japan: When You Can't Go Back, You Move Forward. Outline of an Environmental Sound Energy Policy  日本再建の計画−−後戻りできない時は前へ。環境的で健全なエネルギー政策のあらまし

Communities Struggle to Rebuild Shattered Lives on Japan's Coast  破壊された生活を建直そうと苦闘する日本沿岸の地域社会

Blackout Nippon: Notes from 03/2011  日本停電−−2011年3月ノート 

Back from the Brink: A city in ruins looks to the future  危機よりの復帰−−廃虚化した一都市、未来に目を向ける

Young Japanese Temporary Workers Create Their Own Unions  日本の若年臨時雇い層、自らの組合を生み出す

Dying for TEPCO? Fukushima's Nuclear Contract Workers  東京電力のために死ぬ?福島の原発請負労働者