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Japan Should Follow the International Trend and Face Its History of World War II Forced Labor [Japanese Translation Available]

Grappling with Cold War History: Korea's Embattled Truth and Reconciliation Commission

North Korea, the US, and the Bottom Line in Negotiating the Future

Hillary in Japan - The Enforcer

Somali Piracy, International Customary Law, and the Dispatch of Japan's MSDF

US Bases and Empire: Global Perspectives on the Asia Pacific

Militarism and Anti-militarism in South Korea: "Militarized Masculinity" and the Conscientious Objector Movement.

The Battle of Singapore, the Massacre of Chinese and Understanding of the Issue in Postwar Japan

Remembering and Redressing the Forced Mobilization of Korean Laborers by Imperial Japan 日帝による朝鮮人労働者の強制動員を記憶にとどめ是正する方向

Memories and Aporias in the Japan-Korea Relationship  日本・コリア関係における記憶と内部矛盾