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Occupation Authorities, the Hatoyama Purge and the Making of Japan's Postwar Political Order

Shuri Castle's Other History: Architecture and Empire in Okinawa

Unbearable Legacies: The Politics of Environmental Degradation in North Korea

The United States and East Asia: The decline of long-distance leadership?

The Forgotten Japanese in North Korea: Beyond the Politics of Abduction

Transformation of Japanese Space Policy: From the “Peaceful Use of space” to “the Basic Law on Space”

The Atomic Bombing, The Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal and the Shimoda Case: Lessons for Anti-Nuclear Legal Movements

Nuclear Noh Drama: Tokyo, Washington and the Missing Nuclear Agreements

Clean Politics: Race and Class, Imperialism and Nationalism, Etiquette and Consumption in the Chinese and American Revolutions

Okinawan Message to President Obama: Withdraw the Marines