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Japan's Debt disaster and China's (Non)Rebalancing: Stormy seas ahead?  日本の赤字災害と中国の不均衡是正(なし)−−海はこれから荒れ模様に?

North Korea's 100th – To Celebrate or To Surrender?  北朝鮮の100年記念−−祝典か降伏か

Global Perspectives on Nuclear Safety and Security After 3-11  3.11後の核安全と保安についての世界的視点

The Geopolitics of Hydropower in Central Asia: the Syr Darya 中央アジアにおける水力発電の地政学−−シルダリア

The Highest Risk: Problems of Radiation at Reactor Unit 4, Fukushima Daiichi  最大の危険性−−福島第一原発4号機における放射線の諸問題

Uranium Boom and Plutonium Bust: Russia, Japan, China and the World  ウラニウム景気、プルトニウム没落−−ロシア、日本,中国と国際社会

From Uniqlo to NGOs: The Problematic “Culture of Giving” in Inter-Disaster Japan  ユニクロから非非政府組織まで−−災害間の日本における「与える文化」の問題

North Korea's 100th – Celebrations Gone Awry  北朝鮮の100周年−−不首尾に終わった祝典

After The Media Has Gone: Fukushima, Suicide and the Legacy of 3.11  マスコミの去った後ーー福島、自殺、3.11の残したもの

Can Japan Respond Better to its Next Large Disaster?  次に大災害の起こるとき、日本はより良く対処できるだろうか