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

The Politics of Inter-Korean Economic Cooperation: 1998-2009

Sexual Harassment: The Emergence of Legal Consciousness in Japan and the US

Aso Mining's Indelible Past: Verifying Japan's Use of Allied POWs Through Historical Records

Designs of Power: The “Japanization” of Urban and Rural Space in Colonial Hokkaidō

Off with Their Heads! Resolving the “Garbage Problem” of Autumn Leaves in Kawagoe, Japan

Gravity Defying: Whither Korea’s bid to build a world-class city entirely from scratch?

Regime Change Short-Circuited: Carbon Emissions and Japan's Feed-in Tariff System

Assessing the Nishimatsu Corporate Approach to Redressing Chinese Forced Labor in Wartime Japan

China Resets Terms of Engagement in Central Asia: Energy and Great Power Conflict 中央アジアにおける中国の新たな関わり方ーーエネルギーと大国間相克