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Articles by Yoshikawa Hideki

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Yoshikawa Hideki. Nago-resident anthropologist teaching at Meio University and the University of the Ryukyus, International director of the Save the Dugong Campaign Center and Director of the Okinawa Environmental Justice Project. Author of several major articles on this site.

Hesitant Heritage: U.S. Bases on Okinawa and Japan’s Flawed Bid for Yambaru Forest World Heritage Status
Abe's Military Base Plan for Okinawa Sinking in Mayonnaise: Implications for the U.S. Court and IUCN
Five Okinawan Views on the Nago Mayoral Election of February 2018: Implications for Japanese Democracy
U.S. Military Base Construction at Henoko-Oura Bay and the Okinawan Governor’s Strategy to Stop It
Seawall Construction on Oura Bay: Internationalizing the Okinawa Struggle
Okinawa: NGO Appeal to the United Nations and to US Military and Government over Base Matters, December 2015 and December 2016
Okinawa Update: Opposition to the Construction of a New U.S. Base at Henoko and the Responsibility of the U.S.
All Okinawa Goes to Washington – The Okinawan Appeal to the American Government and People
An Appeal from Okinawa to the US Congress. Futenma Marine Base Relocation and its Environmental Impact:: U.S. Responsibility
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Urgent Situation at Okinawa's Henoko and Oura Bay: Base Construction Started on Camp Schwab
Dugong Swimming in Uncharted Waters: US Judicial Intervention to Protect Okinawa's "Natural Monument" and Halt Base Construction
Internationalizing the Okinawan Struggle: Implications of the 2006 Elections in Okinawa and the US