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

Japan’s New DPJ Government, the Environment and the Future of the Construction State

Is Hatoyama Reckless or Realistic? Making the Case for a 25% Cut in Japanese Greenhouse Gases

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?

Okinawan Message to President Obama: Withdraw the Marines

The Nomonhan Incident and the Politics of Friendship on the Russia-Mongolia-China Border

Trade, Investment, Power and the China-in-Africa Discourse  交易、投資、権力および「アフリカにおける中国」

The Making of Japan's New Working Class: “Freeters” and the Progression From Middle School to the Labor Market 日本の新しい労働者階級の形成−−フリーターおよび中学から労働市場への参入

Natural Environments, Wildlife, and Conservation in Japan  日本における自然環境、野生動植物、その保護