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Japan's Worker Co-operative Movement into the 21st Century

America's Afghanistan: The National Security and a Heroin-Ravaged State

Liquid War Across Eurasia and the Asia-Pacific: Postcard from Pipelineistan

The Israeli-U.S. Gaza War and Its Aftermath: the Hobbesian Test

Territorial Conflicts in the East China Sea – From Missed Opportunities to Negotiation Stalemate

Japanese Textbook Controversies, Nationalism, and Historical Memory: Intra- and Inter-national Conflicts

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

Overcoming American Military Base Pollution in Asia: Japan, Okinawa, Philippines

The Great Himalayan Watershed: Water Shortages, Mega-Projects and Environmental Politics in China, India, and Southeast Asia

Dams in China Turn the Mekong Into a River of Discord: Rivers Know No Borders, But Dams Do