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Mage – Japan’s Island Beyond the Reach of the Law  馬毛−−法律の及ぶ範囲外の島

Nuke York, New York: Nuclear Holocaust in the American Imagination from Hiroshima to 9/11  カクヨーク、ニューヨーク−−ヒロシマから9.11にかけてアメリカ人の想像した大破壊

Okinawa’s Nature Groaning – Let’s Turn Mt Kushi into a Forest of Life. On the Sixtieth Anniversary of the San Francisco Treaty and the Fortieth Anniversary of Okinawa’s Reversion to Japan  沖繩の自然は喘ぐ −− 久志山を命の林へ。サンフランシスコ条約60周年、沖縄の日本復帰40周年

An Afghan Okinawa  アフガニスタン版沖縄

Agent Orange at Okinawa's Futenma Base in 1980s  1980年代普天間基地のオレンジ剤

Radiation as Cultural Talisman: Nuclear Weapons Testing and American Popular Culture in the Early Cold War

Muto Ruiko and the Movement of Fukushima Residents to Pursue Criminal Charges against Tepco Executives and Government Officials  武藤類子と、東京電力役員・政府当局者を刑事告訴する福島県民の運動

Whose Peace? Anti-Military Litigation and the Right to Live in Peace in Postwar Japan  だれのための平和か−−戦後日本の反軍訴訟と平和生存権

Post-War Warriors: Japanese Combatants in the Korean War  戦後の軍人−−朝鮮戦争で戦った日本人戦士

A New Approach to Security in Northeast Asia: Breaking the Gridlock  北東アジア安全への新たな接近法ーー停頓状態の打開