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The Editors

Articles by Tessa Morris-Suzuki

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Tessa Morris-Suzuki is Professor of Japanese History at the Australian National University. She is currently engaged in an Australian Research Council project entitled “Informal Life Politics in East Asia: From Cold War to post Cold War”. Her most recent publications include The Living Politics of Self-Help Movements in East Asia (co-edited, 2017) and The Korean War in Asia: A Hidden History (edited, 2018).

Performing Ethnic Harmony: The Japanese Government’s Plans for a New Ainu Law
FEATURE
The Constitution, Human Rights and Pluralism in Japan: Alternative Visions of Constitutions Past and Future
Long Journey Home: A Moment of Japan-Korea Remembrance and Reconciliation
You Don't Want to Know About the Girls? The 'Comfort Women', the Japanese Military and Allied Forces in the Asia-Pacific War
Democracy's Porous Borders: Espionage, Smuggling and the Making of Japan's Transwar Regime (Part 2)
Democracy's Porous Borders: Espionage, Smuggling and the Making of Japan's Transwar Regime (Part I)
Addressing Japan’s ‘Comfort Women’ Issue From an Academic Standpoint
Lavish are the Dead: Re-envisioning Japan's Korean War
The Re-Branding of Abe Nationalism: Global Perspectives on Japan
Freedom of Hate Speech; Abe Shinzo and Japan's Public Sphere
Out With Human Rights, In With Government-Authored History: The Comfort Women and the Hashimoto Prescription for a ‘New Japan’
Post-War Warriors: Japanese Combatants in the Korean War−−
Tunneling Through Nationalism: The Phenomenology of a Certain Nationalist-
Exodus to North Korea Revisited: Japan, North Korea, and the ICRC in the “Repatriation” of Ethnic Koreans from Japan−−
Guarding the Borders of Japan: Occupation, Korean War and Frontier Controls−−
Ko Tae Mun, Ko Chung Hee, and the Osaka Family Origins of North Korean Successor Kim Jong Un
To the Diamond Mountains: A Hundred Year Journey Through China and Korea, 1910-2010−−1910−2010
The Forgotten Japanese in North Korea: Beyond the Politics of Abduction
Remembering the Unfinished Conflict: Museums and the Contested Memory of the Korean War
Refugees, Abductees, Returnees: Human Rights in Japan-North Korea Relations
Migrants, Subjects, Citizens: Comparative Perspectives on Nationality in the Prewar Japanese Empire
Who is Responsible? The Yomiuri Project and the Enduring Legacy of the Asia-Pacific War
Japan's 'Comfort Women': It's time for the truth (in the ordinary, everyday sense of the word)
The Forgotten Victims of the North Korean Crisis
Free Speech - Silenced Voices: The Japanese Media, the Comfort Women Tribunal, and the NHK Affair
Invisible Immigrants: Undocumented Migration and Border Controls in Early Postwar Japan
When is a Terrorist not a Terrorist?