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“First Do No Harm.” The Impact of Sanctions on Public Health in North Korea
The Dilemmas Facing Hong Kong’s Generation Y in the Era of Globalization
Reflections on the TEPCO Trial: Prosecution and Acquittal after Japan’s Nuclear Meltdown
War, Rape and Patriarchy: The Japanese experience
Shuri Castle and Japanese Castles: A Controversial Heritage
WHEN WOMEN WARRIORS DARE NOT SPEAK: China, Hong Kong and Disney’s Mulan Film
Nakamura Tetsu: humanitarian doctor, farmer, and hero of Afghanistan
Overcoming the San Francisco System: One Japanese Person’s View
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
Irresistible Force (Japan) Versus Immovable Object (Okinawa): Struggle Without End?
Retracing Steps at Beijing University, 1989-2019
The Chuo Shinkansen Project: High Speed Rail in Japan
Withdrawal of U.S. Forces from South Korea is Long Overdue: Examining the Military Balance on the Korean Peninsula
Amidst an Explosion of Anti-Korean Hate: Thoughts on Overcoming Colonialism and Bringing Peace to the Korean Peninsula
“Book Burning” in Japan
Okinawa’s G.I. Brides: Their Lives in America
Freedom Fighting: Nagoya’s censored art exhibition and the “comfort women” controversy
“I was exposed to nerve agent on Okinawa” – US soldier sickened by chemical weapon leak at Chibana Ammunition Depot in 1969 breaks silence on what happened that day.
“Yamazaki, Shoot Emperor Hirohito!” Okuzaki Kenzo’s Legal Action to Abolish Chapter One (The Emperor) of Japan’s Constitution
Ghosn, Yamashiro and the United Nations  -- Japan’s Coercive Police Practices in the International Spotlight