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Whatever Happened to Yamagishi? Idealism, Nature and the Environment in Japan's Cooperative Agrarian Community

Patients Adrift: The Elderly and Japan's Life-Threatening Health Reforms

Reborn from the Earth Scarred by Modernity: Minamata Disease and the Miracle of the Human Desire to Live

Local Citizenship and Foreign Workers in Japan

The Social, Political and Humanitarian Impact of Burma's Cyclone Nargis

Paradise Lost. Logging and the Environmental and Social Destruction of the Solomon Islands

Rethinking China's Tibet Policy

The Cultural Career of the Japanese Economy: Developmental and Cultural Nationalisms in Historical Perspective

Stigmata: The Passion of Tenzin Tsundue, the Tibetan Uprising and China

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