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Indonesia After Suharto—The Last King of Java Forgiven (By Elites)

Korea (1950), the Tonkin Gulf Incident, and 9/11: Deep Events in Recent American History

Japan's Internship Training Program for Foreign Workers: Education or Exploitation?

Billions: The Politics of Influence in the United States, China and Israel

Chinese Dams and the Great Mekong Floods of 2008

Challenging Kamikaze Stereotypes: 'Wings of Defeat' on the Silver Screen

Japan's Entrenched Discrimination Toward Foreigners

A My Lai a Month: How the US Fought the Vietnam War

The Cold War Explodes in Kobe—”The 1948 Korean Ethnic School "Riots" and US Occupation Authorities

The Era of Bullying: Japan under Neoliberalism