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In Bangkok Many Reds Look Beyond Thaksin Toward Revolution

The Unknown Korean War: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Korea and Excavation of the Remains of Mass-murdered Victims

The Futenma Base and the U.S.-Japan Controversy: an Okinawan perspective  普天間基地と日米論争——沖繩の一視点

Chinese Executions and the Japanese Dog That Did Not Bark  中国による死刑に吠えなかった日本犬

Fortress Guam: Resistance to US Military Mega-Buildup  要塞グアム——米軍巨大集結への抵抗      

Global Perspectives on European and Central Asian Trajectories of Change from State Socialism   ヨーロッパおよび中央アジアにおける脱国家社会主義変化過程の世界的展望

Making the Invisible Empire Visible  見えない帝国を見える姿に

The Long Winding Red Road to Ratchaprasong and Thailand's Future  ラチャプラソンへの長い曲がりくねった道とタイの将来

Who Sank the South Korean Warship Cheonan? A New Stage in the US-Korean War and US-China Relations  韓国軍艦「天安」沈没の深層  田中宇 •Japanese original available

'Continuity of Government' Planning: War, Terror and the Supplanting of the U.S. Constitution  「政府存続」構想—戦争、テロ、米国憲章のすげ替え