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Japan's Entrenched Discrimination Toward Foreigners

The US-Japan Status of Forces Agreement and Okinawan Anger. A DEBATE

Maritime Asia and the Future of a Northeast Asia Community

The Political Economics of Patriotism: Korean Cinema, Japan and the Case of Hanbando

The Future of US-Japan Relations in a McCain or Obama Presidency: Does Japan Matter?

A 21st-Century Bretton Woods? Global financial summit hinges on China playing a role once taken by U.S.

The Development and Structure of Japanese Enterprise Unions

Zainichi Recognitions: Japan's Korean Residents' Ideology and Its Discontents

The Rising Risk of a Hard Landing in China: The Two Engines of Global Growth—U.S. and China—are Stalling. UPDATED

The Deterioration of the Inter-Korean Relationship