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Eros & Death: The World of Araki Nobuyoshi

Japan's Nuclear Disaster and Plans to Export Reactors to Indonesia

Gendered Labor Justice and the Law of Peace: Nakajima Michiko and the 15-Woman Lawsuit Opposing Dispatch of Japanese Self-Defense Forces to Iraq

Citizenship at Stake. U.S. Records Prove Paternity; Japanese Ministry Denies Access to Records

Murder of an Anarchist Recalled: Suppression of News in the Wake of the 1923 Tokyo Earthquake

The Nova Collapse: Foreigners Get Mixed Results From Joining Unions in Japan

The Geopolitics and Economics of Burma's Military Regime, 1962-2007. Understanding SPDC Tyranny

Seduced by Nationalism: Yone Noguchi's 'Terrible Mistake'. Debating the China-Japan War With Tagore

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

The Question of the Other: Kara Juro and Letters from Sagawa