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Precedent, Progress, and Missed Opportunities: Conflict and Debates over Legislating Climate Change Emissions Reductions in Japan


Special Issue: The 100th Anniversary of the 1923 Great Kantō Earthquake (Table of Contents)




Fiction from Unstable Ground: The Imagination of Disaster in the Aftermath of the Kantō Earthquake


Giving Earthquake Children the Voice they Deserve One Hundred Years Later


The Imamura vs. Omori Earthquake Forecasting Debate


Coming to Terms with a Colonial Panic Attack: Or, How to Remember the 1923 Kantō Korean Massacres as Chōsenjin Sawagi


Thinking about the Economic Consequences of the Great Kantō Earthquake


Acts of Humanity, Expectations of Returns: Corporate Giving from America’s Industrial Heartland following the Great Kantō Earthquake


Lessons from the Great Kantō Earthquake


Imaging Disaster: Tokyo and the Visual Culture of Japan’s Great Earthquake of 1923


Mapping the Great Kanto Quake: Interview with Watanave Hidenori, Professor at The University of Tokyo Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies

Mutual Complicity: Denial of War Responsibilities in Japan & the US

Voices from Cheju (Jeju): Towards an Archipelagic Imagination

Memories of Bathtubs and Apples: Touring the Industrial Heritage Information Center, Tokyo

‘Big Brother’ at Brothers Home: Exclusion and Exploitation of Social Outcasts in South Korea

Japan’s Drive for Military Greatness in the Lengthening Shadow of US-China Confrontation

Voices from an Unusual Archive: University Film Circle Writings, 1945-1960

Japan, North Korea, and the Biopolitics of Repatriation

The (Un)social Smells of Death: Changing Tides in Contemporary Japan

An Introduction to Durian Sukegawa’s A Dosimeter on the Narrow Road to Oku

Johnny Kitagawa and the Code of Omerta in Japanese Entertainment

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

Paper City: A Conversation with Director Adrian Francis

Global-Local Dynamics in Belt and Road Initiative Projects

An Introduction to Fukushima Diary: Diary of Shūhei Tomisawa, 20th-Generation Sake Brewer from Futaba, Japan

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

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

The China Balloon Incident: The Drama within the Drama

Curbing Academic Freedom in Japan

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

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

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

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

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

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

Greening of China’s Electric Power System: 2021 Update

Opium’s Reverse Course: A Story of Shifting Winds

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

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

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

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

In Dangerous Waters: Japan’s Forgotten Minesweeping Operations in the Korean War

AUKUS and ‘the International Rules-based Order’ at the IAEA: Another Entirely Australian Own Goal to China.

The Hawai‘i Connection: Okinawa’s Postwar Reconstruction and Uchinanchu Identity

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

A Crisis of Japanese Studies: How Japan’s Border Restrictions Have Affected Research in the Field

Imperial Gateway: Colonial Taiwan and Japan's Expansion in South China and Southeast Asia, 1895–1945

Xi Jinping Under Pressure in Central Asia and Taiwan

The Ghost of Asianism in China's Diplomatic Slogans