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The Japan-Indonesia Economic Partnership: Agreement Between Equals?

Korea, the United States, and Central Asia: Far-Flung Partners in a Globalizing World

Allied and Korean Forced Labor at the Aso Mining Company and Japan-South Korea Relations

Okinawa's Turbulent 400 Years [Japanese text available]

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

The Truth About Nuclear Power: Japanese Nuclear Engineer Calls for Abolition  核の真実−−日本の核技術者、廃絶を訴える • Japanese text available

Fallout From the Fukushima Shock: Japan’s Emerging Energy Policy  フクシマ衝撃の余波−−今後の日本のエネルギー政策

Indignez-Vous! ‘Fukushima,’ New Media and Anti-Nuclear Activism in Japan  「腹を立てよ!」フクシマ、新しい伝達手段、日本における反核運動

Megasolar Japan: The Prospects for Green Alternatives to Nuclear Power  メガ太陽熱発電の日本−−核発電にたいする環境によい代替案の見通し

Japan’s Remarkable Renewable Energy Drive—After Fukushima  日本の再生可能エネルギーへの目覚ましい推進力−−フクシマのあと