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Taiji: Japan's Dolphin Cull and the Clash of Cultures

China Moves Oil Up the Mekong: What price the environment?

Self-Determination in Oceania: New Roles for US, Japanese and Asian Power?

The Whale and the Cherry Blossom Festival

Oceans Unbounded: Transversing Asia across "Area Studies"

Traveling through Autonomy and Subjugation: Jeju Island Under Japan and Korea

Harpooned. Japan and the future of whaling

The Water Politics of China and Southeast Asia: Rivers, Dams, Cargo Boats and the Environment

Indian Mega Nuclear Plant Protested: Government short-circuits environmental hearings

Loving and Loathing Japan's Concrete Coasts, Where Tetrapods Reign