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Affirmative Action Policies Under the Postwar Japanese Constitution: On the Effects of the Dōwa Special Measures Policy
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Prime Minster Abe’s Constitutional Campaign and the Assault on Individual Rights
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We, the Japanese People: Rethinking the Meaning of the Peace Constitution
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The Constitution, Human Rights and Pluralism in Japan: Alternative Visions of Constitutions Past and Future
Five Okinawan Views on the Nago Mayoral Election of February 2018: Implications for Japanese Democracy
“The Comfort Women were Prostitutes”: Repercussions of remarks by the Japanese Consul General in Atlanta
“Art as a Weapon”: Japanese Proletarian Literature on the Centenary of the 1917 Russian Revolution
U.S. Marine Corps Sexual Violence on Okinawa
“Save the Town”: Insolvable Dilemmas of Fukushima’s “Return Policy”
Japan’s Far-right Politicians, Hate Speech and Historical Denial – Branding Okinawa as “Anti-Japan”
Borderland Fiction: The Mongol Would-be Self-immolator
Nanjing 1937: The Film
From Nanjing to Okinawa – Two Massacres, Two Commanders
U.S. Military Base Construction at Henoko-Oura Bay and the Okinawan Governor’s Strategy to Stop It
Gunkanjima / Battleship Island, Nagasaki: World Heritage Historical Site or Urban Ruins Tourist Attraction?
The Torrent*
American Polynesia, Rising Seas and Relocation
The Fukushima Fiction Film: Gender and the Discourse of Nuclear Containment
Two Faces of the Hate Korean Campaign in Japan
The Stakes of Historical Revisionism in Trump’s America: Teaching about the Comfort Women Atrocity in the Japanese Empire