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Japan's Working Poor: Low Pay Threatens Quality of Elder Care

Choking on Growth. Water and China's Future

Japan's Future as an International, Multicultural Society: From Migrants to Immigrants

Privatizing the World Bank? An Asia Pacific Perspective on Changing Scenarios of Development Financing

Political Fragility in Japan and the Resignation of Abe Shinzo: Is Japanese Democracy Going Backwards?

The Ainu and Their Culture: A Critical Twenty-First Century Assessment

Multicultural Education in Japan

From the Kwajalein Missile Range to Fiji: The Military, Money and Misery in Paradise

Single Mothers and Welfare Restructuring in Japan: Gender and Class Dimensions of Income and Employment

The Forging of Alien Status of Koreans in American Occupied Japan