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In Dangerous Waters: Japan’s Forgotten Minesweeping Operations in the Korean War

Demolition Men: The Unmaking of a Memorial Commemorating Wartime Forced Laborers in Gunma (Japan)

Tiger, Tyrant, Bandit, Businessman: A Few Words on the Sources

The Electoral Paradox: Colonial History, Duterte, and the Return of the Marcoses in the Philippines

The Abe Legacy: A Compendium

A Century of Japanese Assassination: Reflection and Commemoration

Roadblocks in the Inter-Korean Railway Projects: The Armistice and the UN Command between Two Koreas

Old Wealth, the Kuomintang, and the CIA’s Air America

The Hong Kong-Taiwan Nexus in the Shadow of China

Lessons from the ‘Unruly Edges’ of Markets in the Cambodia–Vietnam Borderlands

Orwell and Empire: A Conversation with Douglas Kerr

Coalition Moments in Hong Kong’s Anti–Extradition Law Movement: Cross-Racial Solidarities and Their Limitations

The Double Standard of the Major Military Powers: The International Criminal Court and the Control of Nuclear Weapons

In the South Pacific, Chinese Opportunism Meets Western Indifference

“Guilt by Association”: Japanese Canadians and the Nanjing Massacre Commemorative Day

Tastes Like War

Re-thinking Jōmon and Ainu in Japanese History

China's Old Working Class: Impoverished and Cast Aside

Screening Love: Relational Practices in Japanese TV Dramas Produced During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Early Meiji Japan and Public History: Ports, Public Memory, Gateways to Understanding through Photography