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This Is the New Japan: Immigrants are Transforming a Once Insular Society

Crime and Punishment in Japan: From Re-integrative Shaming to Popular Punitivism

The New American-led Security Architecture in the Asia Pacific: Binding Japan and Australia, containing China

Gaijin Hanzai Magazine and Hate Speech in Japan: The Newfound Power of Japan's International Residents

Dead Men Walking: Japan's Death Penalty

Karma, War and Inequality in Twentieth Century Japan

North Korean Criminality Examined: the US Case. Part I

Pachinko: Declining Popularity or a Continuing Japanese Social Problem?

The New Guinea Comfort Women, Japan and the Australian Connection: out of the shadows

The Kingdom of Tonga and the Fight Against Feudalism in the Pacific Islands