Donate Menu
X Crime
Will Wrongful Convictions Be a Catalyst for Change in Japanese Criminal Justice?
An Innocent Man: Hakamada Iwao and the Problem of Wrongful Convictions in Japan
Wrongful Convictions and the Culture of Denial in Japanese Criminal Justice
'Only a disciplined people can build a nation': North Korean Mass Games and Third Worldism in Guyana, 1980-1992
'Distancing Acts': Private Mercenaries and the War on Terror in American Foreign Policy
A Suitable Donor: Harvesting Kidneys in the Philippines
The Secret History of Cannabis in Japan
Trial Support Groups Lobby for Japanese Prisoner Rights, Fight to Rectify Injustices
Hannah Arendt, Nidhi Eoseewong, and the Spectre of Totalitarianism in Thailand
The State, the Deep State, and the Wall Street Overworld (Updated March 13, 2014)
Poison In Our Waters: A Brief Overview of the Proposed Militarization of Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
Border Crossing Into Tiananmen Square; still under lockdown twenty-five years on
Okinawans Facing a Year of Trial: the Okinawa-Japan-US Relationship and the East China Sea
The Incident at Nishibeta Village: A Classic Manga by Tsuge Yoshiharu from the Garo Years
Police Training, “Nation-Building,” and Political Repression in Postcolonial South Korea
Red and Yellow: Thailand's Future in Check and Balance −−
Covering Capital Punishment: Murder Trials and the Media in Japan−−
Japan’s Lay Judge System and the Kijima Kanae Murder Trial
21st-Century Yakuza: Recent Trends in Organized Crime in Japan ~Part 1 21 ――
Recent Trends in Organized Crime in Japan: Yakuza vs the Police, & Foreign Crime Gangs ~ Part 2 21 ――
The Family, Koseki, and the Individual: Japanese and Korean Experiences
Norway’s Terror as Systemic Destabilization: Breivik, the Arms-for-Drugs Milieu, and Global Shadow Elites−−
Geographies of Self and Other: Mapping Japan through the Koseki−−
Coming to Jakarta and Deep Politics: How Writing a Poem Enabled Me to Write American War Machine (An Essay on Liberation)−−()
Justice on Trial: Japanese Prosecutors Under Fire
Intolerance, Religious Lynchings and the Future of Indonesia
Neglected Questions on the “Forgotten War”: South Korea and the United States on the Eve of the Korean War−−
Operation Paper: The United States and Drugs in Thailand and Burma
Ethnic Identity, Culture, and Race: Japanese and Nikkei at Home and Abroad−−
US Military Bases on Guam in Global Perspective
Kyrgyzstan, the U.S.and the Global Drug Problem: Deep Forcesand the Syndrome of Coups, Drugs, and Terror——
Debt, Networks and Reciprocity: Undocumented Migration from Fujian to Japan
Making the Invisible Empire Visible
Chinese Executions and the Japanese Dog That Did Not Bark
Can Anyone Pacify the World's Number One Narco-State? The Opium Wars in Afghanistan—
Between Migrant and Minjung: The Changing Face of Migrant Cultural Activism in Korea()−−
Migrant Health in Japan: Safety-Net Policies and Advocates' Policy Solutions−−
South Korea's Embattled Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Money in Socialist Economies: The Case of North Korea−−
Transfer of Power at Japan's Justice Ministry
The Forgotten Japanese in North Korea: Beyond the Politics of Abduction
Death Penalty Lessons from Asia
Starving the Elephants: The Slaughter of Animals in Wartime Tokyo's Ueno Zoo
Early Returns from Japan’s New Criminal Trials
Sexual Harassment: The Emergence of Legal Consciousness in Japan and the US
Building a New Old City in Kashgar: China, Central Asia, Cultural Clash [Video update]
U.S. Courts-Martial in Occupation Japan: Rape, Race, and Censorship
To Discipline or Accommodate? On the Rehabilitation of Japanese 'Problem Youth'−−