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Articles by Gerald Curtis

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Gerald Curtis is the Burgess Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Columbia and taught there between 1968-2015. From 1974-1990 he also served as head of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute and also was an advisor to the Japan Foundation, the Asia Society, The Asahi Shimbun and Newsweek Japan, among other organizations. He has written several books including The Logic of Japanese Politics (1999), The Way of Japanese Politics (1989) and Election Campaigning Japanese Style (1968).