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Heavenly Soldiers and Industrial Warriors: Paratroopers and Japan’s Wartime Silk Industry
Early Freeze Warning: The Politics and Literature Debate as Cold War Culture
PFAS Contamination from US Military Facilities in Mainland Japan and Okinawa
Kroeber Hall and Berkeley Anthropology: What’s in an Un-Naming?
Indigenous People Between Empires: Sakhalin through the Eyes of Charles Henry Hawes
Rethinking Human-Nature Relationships in the Time of Coronavirus: Postmodern Animism in Films by Miyazaki Hayao & Shinkai Makoto
When the FBI Bugged--as MGM Badgered-- “The Father of the Atomic Bomb”
Okinawa Demands Democracy: The Heavy Hand of Japanese and American Rule
Comedians Who Dare: Political Satire in Contemporary Japan
The Plight of the Okinawa Dugong
Nagasaki and the Hibakusha Experience of Sumiteru Taniguchi: The Painful Struggles and Ultimate Triumphs of Nagasaki Hibakusha
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We are All Chinese Now: COVID-19 and Anti-Asian Racism in the United States
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Facing a Pandemic at a Time of Elections and Cricket: Socio-Political Consequences of Sri Lanka’s COVID-19 Curfew
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COVID-19 in Nepal: Times of Anxiety and Fear
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Image Management over COVID-19 Management
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COVID-19 in Bangladesh: How the Awami League Transformed a Crisis into a Disaster
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Coronavirus and Impact on the Bangladesh Economy: Assessing the Damage of the Black Swan of 2020
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COVID-19 Attacks the Regime: The Case of Thailand
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Singapore’s COVID-19 Catastrophe: Authoritarian bungling, an infectious election, and an international humanitarian crisis
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Misplaced Priorities, Unnecessary Effects: Collective Suffering and Survival in Pandemic Philippines