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

Dams in China Turn the Mekong Into a River of Discord: Rivers Know No Borders, But Dams Do

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

Early Returns from Japan’s New Criminal Trials

Vietnam and China in an Era of Economic Uncertainty

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

Engaging the DPRK: A “Deferred Delivery” Option?