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The Editors

Takeshima/Tokdo and the Roots of Japan-Korea Conflict
Chinese Labor Rights Debated
A Story That Won't Fade Away: Compulsory Mass Suicide in the Battle of Okinawa
From a Supporter to a Challenger? Japan's Currency Leadership in Dollar-Dominated East Asia at the Brink of Financial Collapse
Japan’s 3.11 Earthquake, Tsunami, Atomic Meltdown
Environmental Ambiguity, Literature, and Ishimure Michiko
China's Industrial Energy Revolution: Renewable targets just became even more demanding (Part 1)
China’s Energy Industrial Revolution (Part 2)
Renewable Energy vs. Nuclear Power: Taiwan’s energy future in light of Chinese, German and Japanese experience since 3.11
Fukushima, Fuel Rods, and the Crisis of Divided and Distracted Governance
Those Restless Little Boats: On the Uneasiness of Japanese Power-Boat Gambling
Could Hosokawa Morihiro’s political comeback restore sanity to Japanese politics?
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Korean Americans Enter the Historical Memory Wars on Behalf of the Comfort Women
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The Costs of Fukushima
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Neo-nationalists Target Barefoot Gen
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Can the Miracle of Music Transform Africa’s Poverty? China’s Great Pianist Yuan Sheng Performs in Kenyan Slum−−
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Anti-Osprey Rally in Okinawa
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Okinawa Protests Explode
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So, fat cats and a blue caterpillar will save Japan from nuclear hell. OK
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Trampled Islands – Bases, Violence and Unheard Voices−−
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Defoliated Island - Agent Orange, Okinawa and the Vietnam War −−,
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The Lessons of the 3.11 Meltdown for Japanese Nuclear Power: Citizenship Vs. A Corporate Culture of Collusion3.11−−
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Mr. Abe's Local Legacy and the Future of Nuclear Power in Japan
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'The Second Time as Farce?' Abe Shinzo's New Challenge2()?
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Japan at a Turning-Point: An Okinawan Perspective on the Return to LDP Government
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Remembering Nakazawa Keiji
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My Final Wish
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The Abe Cabinet - An Ideological Breakdown
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Nanjing Massacre 75th Anniversary and the China-Japan Island Dispute 75
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Warning: Genius at Work - The Art of Aida Makoto !
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Bullying and History Don't Mix
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"Human Dogs", Aida Makoto, and the Mori Art Museum Controversy
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Fukushima - Two Years On —
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Fukushima: An Assessment of the Quake, Tsunami and Nuclear Meltdown —
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Whaling as Diplomacy
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The Madman Strategy
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“Racists Go Home!”, “Go Crawl Back to the Net!” – Anti-Racism Protestors Confront the Zaitokukai !!
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Opposition to the Japanese Government’s “Ceremony to Commemorate the Anniversary of Japan's Restoration of Sovereignty”
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Abe and History - The Kobayashi Yoshinori Interview —
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UN Special Rapporteur Anand Grover on Fukushima: A Stunning Report Brushed Aside by the Japanese Government
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Campaign to prevent the next Battle of Okinawa
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Dilemma of a Japanese Island: Territorial Defense in the East China Sea and Yonaguni Island
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Public Opinion and the July 21 Election
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Miyazaki Hayao and the Asia-Pacific War
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Bloom Energy Japan Versus Abe’s Road: What Energy Future for Japan?
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The End of Japan’s Nuclear Power Mirage? Tokyo’s Green Olympics in 2020?2020
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A Diplomat's Farewell: An Exchange on US-Japan Relations