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Shopping at the Village Stall: Japan s new development initiative

Is There a Tomorrow for a Japanese Society without Hope? A Dialogue between Kaneko Masaru and Kaneko Masaomi

China Gorging and Japan-China Resource and Energy Conflicts

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From APEC to WTO: Trajectories of Protest in Korea and East Asia

Japanese energy profile: the search for security

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India, China and the Global Pursuit of Energy: Coopetition and competition

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