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The Great Survivor
Nomads and Their Inner World
China’s Careful New Focus on Latin America
Imagining Disasters in the Era of Climate Change: Is Japan’s Seawall a New Maginot Line?
Women and China’s Socialist Construction, 1949–78
People’s Tribunal on War Crimes Committed by South Korean Troops during the Vietnam War
Japan's F-35 Acquisition and the Arms Race in the Western Pacific: Strategic Game Changer or Epic Boondoggle?
China Eats—Innovation, E-Commerce and Food Safety at the Hangzhou Food Forum
When Women Perform Hate Speech: Gender, Patriotism, and Social Empowerment in Japan
The FOIA and the Study of US Policy on Okinawa and Japan
The Nation That Never Rests: Japan’s Debate Over Work-Life Balance and Work that Kills
From Singapore to Hanoi and Beyond: How (Not) to Build Peace between the U.S. and North Korea
Abdication, Succession and Japan’s Imperial Future: An Emperor’s Dilemma
Globalizing China: Confucius Institutes and the Paradoxes of Authenticity and Modernity
An Open Letter to Emperor Akihito:
For establishing a genuine democracy in Japan
Amidst War’s Devastation: How a Ten-year-old Girl Barely Survived the Battle of Okinawa
The Mutual Gaze of Okinawans and Zainichi Koreans in Post-War Japan: From 1945 to the 1972 Okinawa Reversion
Every day except Sundays, holidays and typhoon days, Okinawans confront the US military at Henoko, site of a planned new base
Hesitant Heritage: U.S. Bases on Okinawa and Japan’s Flawed Bid for Yambaru Forest World Heritage Status
Kanto Loam Stories: Looking for 3.11 in Tokyo Today