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Articles by C. Douglas Lummis

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Douglas Lummis was born in San Francisco and schooled at University of California Berkeley. He has taught at UC Santa Cruz, Fairhaven College (Washington State), Tsuda College (Tokyo), Okinawa International University, and is presently Visiting Professor in the Okinawa International University Graduate School. He is a contributing editor to the Asia-Pacific Journal, and the author of Radical Democracy (Cornell) and [in Japanese translation] Iwanami.

We’re Not So Good at Running ... But We Still Know How to Sit: On The Political Culture of Okinawa’s Anti-Base Sit-In
More Reasons Why a New Base Must Not/Cannot Be Built at Henoko, Okinawa
On A Firm Foundation of Mayonnaise: Human and Natural Threats to the Construction of a New U.S. Base at Henoko, Okinawa
FEATURE
We, the Japanese People: Rethinking the Meaning of the Peace Constitution
PERSPECTIVE
Henoko Has a Few Words for the Pentagon – an Okinawan ex-Marine Speaks Up
What’s Hot
Urgent Okinawan Appeal for Help
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Okinawa: State of Emergency
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The Bus to Henoko: Riot Police and Okinawan Citizens Face-off over New Marine Base
It Would Make No Sense for Article 9 to Mean What it Says, Therefore It Doesn’t. The Transformation of Japan's Constitution
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The Proposal to Build a Nuclear Power Plant in Tokyo and to Move the Futenma Base from Okinawa to Mainland Japan
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The Madman Strategy
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The Great Betrayal
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Three Messages from Okinawa
An Afghan Okinawa
The United States and Terror on the Tenth Anniversary of 9/11911
The Innocence of Evil: Reflections on War and the Battle of Okinawa−−
I Lost My Only Son in the War: Prelude to the Okinawan Anti-Base Movement——
The Smallest Army Imaginable: Gandhi's Constitutional Proposal for India and Japan's Peace Constitution
The US-Japan Status of Forces Agreement and Okinawan Anger. A DEBATE
Ruth Benedict's Obituary for Japanese Culture: An Exchange
Ruth Benedict's Obituary for Japanese Culture
The Madman and the Sword