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Tokyo's Mean Streets

Healing the Wounds of War: New Ancestral Shrines in Korea

The Terminators. Police Death Squads in the Philippines

Why a Boom in Proletarian Literature in Japan? The Kobayashi Takiji Memorial and The Factory Ship

Women's Anti-Imperialism, 'The White Man's Burden,' and the Philippine-American War

Building a New Old City in Kashgar: China, Central Asia, Cultural Clash [Video update]

History Too Long Denied: Japan's Unresolved Colonial Past and Today's North Korea Problem

Remembering the Unfinished Conflict: Museums and the Contested Memory of the Korean War

China Resets Terms of Engagement in Central Asia: Energy and Great Power Conflict 中央アジアにおける中国の新たな関わり方ーーエネルギーと大国間相克

Trade, Investment, Power and the China-in-Africa Discourse  交易、投資、権力および「アフリカにおける中国」