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The Rising Importance of Chinese Labour in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region

Lowering the Drawbridge of Fortress Japan: Citizenship, Nationality and the Rights of Children

U.N. Committee Faults Japan Human Rights Performance, Demands Progress Report on Key Issues

Lifting Japan's Curse of Muddling Through

Why a Boom in Proletarian Literature in Japan? The Kobayashi Takiji Memorial and The Factory Ship

Farewell to Class, except the Middle Class: The Politics of Class Analysis in Contemporary China

Women's Anti-Imperialism, 'The White Man's Burden,' and the Philippine-American War

Remembering the Unfinished Conflict: Museums and the Contested Memory of the Korean War

Legacies of Empire and Occupation: The Making of the Korean Diaspora in Japan

Clean Politics: Race and Class, Imperialism and Nationalism, Etiquette and Consumption in the Chinese and American Revolutions