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The Politics of Inter-Korean Economic Cooperation: 1998-2009

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

Ideological Risk versus Economic Necessity: The Future of Reform in North Korea

Sexual Harassment: The Emergence of Legal Consciousness in Japan and the US

The Financial Crisis and the Tectonic Shifts in the US-Japan Relationship

Singapore: The Past in the Present

Japan as a Nation of Animal Lovers -- As Pets Or When They're On a Plate

Off with Their Heads! Resolving the “Garbage Problem” of Autumn Leaves in Kawagoe, Japan

Unbearable Legacies: The Politics of Environmental Degradation in North Korea

The Road to Copenhagen [Korean and Japanese translations available]