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A Brief Introduction to Nakahira Takuma’s “The Illusion Called the Documentary: From the Document to the Monument,” 1972

Buy with 1-Click: Independent Contracting and Migrant Workers in China’s Last-Mile Parcel Delivery

Curbing Academic Freedom in Japan

The China Balloon Incident: The Drama within the Drama

Forging Autocratic Legitimation: Charisma and Mythmaking in Hun Sen’s Cambodia

Japanese Fates in China and the Soviet Union from World War to Cold War: Notes on Our Collaborative Research into Soviet and Chinese Archives

Was Cambodia's Khmer Rouge Tribunal Worth the Effort? The View of an Anthropological Witness

Kase Hideaki’s Revisionist Vision for Twenty-First-Century Japan: A Final Interview and Obituary

The Burdens of Self-Restraint: Social Measures and the Containment of Covid-19 in Japan

The Hidden Significance and Resilience of the Age-Limit Norm of the Chinese Communist Party

Workers and Democracy: The Indonesian Labor Movement, 1949–1957

Human Rights ‘Fact’ Production and Why It Matters: Myanmar as a Case in Point

Indo-Japanese Collaboration on Energy Security and Critical Raw Materials (CRM) 

Prepping for a China War: The United States and the New Arc of Militarization Across Northern Australia

Opium’s Reverse Course: A Story of Shifting Winds

Greening of China’s Electric Power System: 2021 Update

Implicated Reading: Medoruma Shun’s Me no oku no mori and the Ethics of Narrative Transmission

Training and Deployment of America’s Nuclear Cold Warriors in Asia

The Dark Shadow Cast by Moon Sun Myung’s Unification Church and Abe Shinzo

How Chinese Migrant Workers Resisted Coconut Colonialism in Samoa