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On the Question of Collaboration in South Korea

Collaboration in the Postwar

The Nuclear Family of Man

Okinawa Says "No" to US-Japan Base Plan

Dangerous Islands: Japan, Korea, and the United States

Border-Crossers and Resistance to US Military Rule in the Ryukyus, 1945-1953

The Okinawan Alternative to Japan's Dependent Militarism [Japanese translation available]

Japan in the American Imperium: Rethinking Security

The US-Japan Status of Forces Agreement and Okinawan Anger. A DEBATE

Okinawan Bases, the United States and Environmental Destruction [Japanese text available]