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REMINDER: The deadline for the 2019 Kyoko Selden Memorial Translation Prize competition is soon approaching. Translations should be submitted by the deadline of August 1, 2019. The 2018 prizes were awarded to Dawn Lawson for Nakajima Shōen’s A Famous Flower in Mountain Seclusion (Sankan no meika, 1889) and to Max Zimmerman for the short story, “An Artificial Heart” (Jinkō Shinzō, 1936) by Kosakai Fuboku. For further information please see the Cornell Asian Studies Department website.

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From Fukushima: To Despair Properly, To Find the Next Step
The Asian Super Grid
Okinawans Say “No Pasarán” to the U.S. Marines: A delegation to Washington asks the Obama administration to respect democracy
The Trans-Pacific Partnership: A Deeply Flawed Partnership (TPP)
The Sense of Sacred: Mauna Kea and Oura Bay
The End of the Postwar? The Abe Government, Okinawa, and Yonaguni Island
Okinawa’s “Darkest Year”
Bounded Collectivism: Approaching Rural Land Rights and Labor Through “Natural Villages” in Southwest China
Surviving the Battle of Okinawa: Memories of a Schoolgirl
Hidden Behind Tokyo: Japan's Rural Periphery
A New Chinese Land Reform?
Bitter Soup For Okinawans - The Governor’s Year-End Betrayal
Systems of Irresponsibility and Japan’s Internal Colony
Hard Times in Fukushima
Nobody Dies in a Ghost Town: Path Dependence in Japan's 3.11 Disaster and Reconstruction
Japan's Cut-Price Nuclear Cleanup
Fukushima: Life and the Transnationality of Radioactive Contamination
Mission Impossible. What Future Fukushima?
The Roadmap for Fukushima Daiichi and the Sacrifice of Japan's Clean-up Workers
Green Shoot: Abenomics and the 3rd Arrow
Training Women for Disasters: Gender, Crisis Management (Kiki Kanri) and Post-3.11 Nationalism in Japan
Above the East China Sea: Okinawa During the Battle and Today
Post-Tsunami Japan’s Push To Rebuild Coast in Concrete
Concentrating Solar Power – China’s New Solar Frontier
Abe at Ground Zero: the consequences of inaction at Fukushima Daiichi
Rule in the Name of Protection: The Japanese State, the Ainu and the Vocabulary of Colonialism
The US Military, Green Energy, and the SPIDERS at Pearl Harbor
Mongolian Coal's Long Road to Market: China, Russia and Mongolia
Getting to Zero: Doing the Nuclear Math about Japan’s Ageing Reactors
Japanese Colonial Cartography: Maps, Mapmaking, and the Land Survey in Colonial Korea
Distributed Power and Incentives in Post-Fukushima Japan
Local Economies and the Future of Environmental Sustainability in Japan and Asia: Osaka and Kitakyushu
Life-world: Beyond Fukushima and Minamata
Yonaguni: Dilemmas of a Frontier Island in the East China Sea
The 'Bright Future' of Japan's Nuclear Industry
Japanese Nuclear Power Generation Comes to a Vietnamese Village
Japan’s Energy Policy at a Crossroads: A Renewable Energy Future?
The Advance—and the Limits—of Trade Integration in Asia
ASEAN’S Code of Conduct in the South China Sea: A Litmus Test for Community-Building?
Post-Fukushima Realities and Japan’s Energy Future
China’s Green Power Experiment: Whither the Environment?−−?
Red and Yellow: Thailand's Future in Check and Balance −−
Becoming “Chinese”—But What “Chinese”?—in Southeast Asia−−
Japan’s Economy in 2012: Multiple Challenges2012−−
The NATO Afghanistan War and US-Russian Relations: Drugs, Oil, and WarNATO−−
After The Media Has Gone: Fukushima, Suicide and the Legacy of 3.113.11
From Uniqlo to NGOs: The Problematic “Culture of Giving” in Inter-Disaster Japan−−
The Geopolitics of Hydropower in Central Asia: the Syr Darya −−
Radiation Decontamination in Fukushima: a critical perspective from the ground−−
Being Okinawan in Japan: The Diaspora Experience