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Asia-Pacific Journal Subscription Drive July 2019

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The Editors

Articles by Uemura Hideaki

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UEMURA Hideaki is Professor specialising in International Law and Peace Studies at Keisen University. He has published widely on minority and indigenous rights, was a founder of the NGO Citizens Diplomacy Centre (Shimin Gaikō Sentā), and has been actively involved in the promotion of indigenous rights in Japan and internationally. His publications include Senjū Minzoku no “Kindaishi” – Shokuminchishugi o Koeru tame ni (A Modern History of Indigenous People: To Overcome Colonialism, 2001) and Ainu Minzoku Hiteiron o Kōsuru (Combatting Denialism towards the Ainu People, coedited, 2015)