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Announcing the Success of APJ’s Annual Fund-raising Campaign

Our goal: to raise $12,000 to publish the Journal and to carry out improvements in the design and functioning of our website. At a time when the international order is imploding with new conflicts erupting across the Asia-Pacific our work takes on new importance. We rely on readers, authors and supporters. Your support has allowed us to surpass $13,000 and we thank you for allowing us to continue to make the Journal freely available to all. The Asia-Pacific Journal is a 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization recognized by the Internal Revenue Service. US Contributions are tax deductible. We are grateful to our supporters at all levels. If you missed the chance to contribute and wish to there's still time. By Paypal or credit card at our home page under Support Us.

 

A War Against Garbage in Postwar Japan
Chinggis Khan on Film: Globalization, Nationalism, and Historical Revisionism
“Sold For 40 Yen”: Nishioka Tsutomu’s “Evidence” on the “Comfort Women” Proven Groundless
Hidaka Rokuro, 1917-2018 – The Life and Times of an Embattled Japanese Intellectual
Ghosts of Hiroshima
Performing Ethnic Harmony: The Japanese Government’s Plans for a New Ainu Law
Civic Lawmaking: The Case of the Domestic Violence Movement in Japan
The Constitution Must Be Defended: Thoughts on the Constitution’s Role in Japan’s Postwar Democracy
The Sino-American Innovation Dilemma: A Conflict with Deep Roots and Tough Solutions
The Volunteer: A story by Chō Chin-bo
Japan’s Integrated Approach to Human Security
The Oral History of a Japanese Soldier in Manchuria
Dissecting the Wave of Books on Nippon Kaigi, the Rightwing Mass Movement that Threatens Japan’s Future
China’s Belt and Road as a Conduit for Clean Power Projects Around the World
To Hell with Happy Endings! An Anti-School Manifesto
“Education and Patriotism” (Kyōiku to aikoku). A Documentary
A New Interpretation of the Bakufu’s Refusal to Open the Ryukyus to Commodore Perry¹
Lifting The Darkness: American and Vietnamese War Poets
Ecological civilization Politics and Governance in Hangzhou: New pathways to green urban development?
Japan’s 3.11 Nuclear Disaster and the State of Exception: Notes on Kamanaka’s Interview and Two Recent Films