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Revisiting Postwar Taxation in Japan and its Contemporary Implications  戦後日本税制の再検討とその今日的意味合い

The Chinese State, Incomplete Proletarianization and Structures of Inequality in Two Epochs  中国国家、不完全なプロレタリア化、二つの時期における不平等の構造

Economic Crisis Shakes US Forces Overseas: The Price of Base Expansion in Okinawa and Guam  経済危機が揺るがす在外米軍体制―経済問題化する軍事費

Japan Quake Shakes TV: The Media Response to Catastrophe  日本の地震、TVを揺さぶる−−惨事に対するメディアの反応

The Plan to Rebuild Japan: When You Can't Go Back, You Move Forward. Outline of an Environmental Sound Energy Policy  日本再建の計画−−後戻りできない時は前へ。環境的で健全なエネルギー政策のあらまし

Communities Struggle to Rebuild Shattered Lives on Japan's Coast  破壊された生活を建直そうと苦闘する日本沿岸の地域社会

Blackout Nippon: Notes from 03/2011  日本停電−−2011年3月ノート 

Former Fukushima Governor Sato Eisaku Blasts METI –TEPCO Alliance: “Government must accept responsibility for defrauding the people”   佐藤栄佐久・前福島県知事が告発 「国民を欺いた国の責任をただせ」

Back from the Brink: A city in ruins looks to the future  危機よりの復帰−−廃虚化した一都市、未来に目を向ける

Fukushima Residents Seek Answers Amid Mixed Signals From Media, TEPCO and Government. Report from the Radiation Exclusion Zone  福島県民、マスコミ・東京電力・政府からの交錯する信号の中で答を模索−−自主避難要請区域よりの報告