Hong Kong in 2020: Pandemic, Protest and Great Power Rivalry
Tracing Individual Perceptions of Media Credibility in Post-3.11 Japan
Damming the Mekong: China, Laos, Cambodia and the fate of Tonle Sap Lake
Is There Left Populism in Japan? The Case of Reiwa Shinsengumi
Japanese Religious Responses to COVID-19: A Preliminary Report
PM Abe’s Floundering Pandemic Leadership
The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster and Civil Actions as a Social Movement
Korea’s Sipjangsaeng Iconography: The Quest for Longevity and Immortality in the Visual Arts of the Joseon Dynasty
The Illiberal Turn in Indonesian Democracy
Abe Prioritized Olympics, Slowing Japan’s Pandemic Response
Abe Shinzo and Japan’s One-Strong (Ikkyo) State
Building Holistic Resilience: Tokyo’s 2050 Strategy
The Testimony of a Victim of Forced Sterilization in Japan: Kita Saburō
Networking for War Criminal Amnesty: The Establishment of Japan’s War Convicted Benefit Society
Canada's “History Wars”: The “Comfort Women” and the Nanjing Massacre
The “History Wars” and the “Comfort Woman” Issue: Revisionism and the Right-wing in Contemporary Japan and the U.S.
Seized Hearts: “Soft” Japanese Counterinsurgency Before 1945 and Its Persistent Legacies in Postwar Malaya, South Vietnam and Beyond
Japanese Government Keeps Plugging Away at Henoko Base Construction Despite Clear Structural Obstacles
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Some Pages from the Manga Book ‘Tokyo and Olympics Guide’ with Commentary on Social and Environmental Significance, written by Sean Michael Wilson, illustrated by Makiko Kodama, published by Kodansha, bilingual edition, Dec 2019.
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An Opportunity for Japan to Change People’s Perception