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Special Issue: Re-examining Asia-Pacific War Memories: Grief, Narratives, and Memorials (Table of Contents)


Introduction: Re-examining Asia-Pacific War Memories: Grief, Narratives, and Memorials


Building Transnational Memories at Japanese War and Colonial Cemeteries


Forever Alongside: War Cemeteries as Sites of Enemy Reconciliation


Finding the Remains of the Dead: Photographs from a Japanese Mission to New Guinea, 1969-1970


A Hero’s Defeat: Modernization Theory and Japanese Veterans’ Asia-Pacific “War Tales”


War, Trauma, and Humanity in a Japanese Veteran’s New Guinea War Memoir: Ogawa Masatsugu’s “Island of Death” (1969)


Robots, Kamikaze and War Memory: How a Children’s Comic can Help us Rethink Postmemory in Postwar Japan

A Japanese Initiative for Peace in the Russia-Ukraine War

Japanese Solidarity with U.S.-Occupied Okinawa in the 1950s: Reflections on the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Reversion of Okinawa to Japan

When Violence is No Longer Just Somebody Else’s Pain: Reading Hong Yunshin’s “Comfort Stations” as Remembered by Okinawans During World War II

“Seeking Good Luck” in North Korea

Union City Blues

The Untold Story of Onodera Makoto’s February 1945 Warning of the Coming Soviet Attack

Global Hibakusha

Ukraine Spring Will be Unusually Cold This Year

Problems of J. Mark Ramseyer’s “Contracting for Sex in the Pacific War”: On Japan’s Licensed Prostitution Contract System

Japan’s Shōwa Restoration Movement: Pawns and Dire Threats

The Sado Gold Mine and Japan’s ‘History War’ Versus the Memory of Korean Forced Laborers

The Statue of Peace in Berlin: How the Nationalist Reading of Japan’s Wartime “Comfort Women” Backfired

Militarism Outguns Democracy in Okinawa Politics

Endangering the Right to Ethnic Education: Japan’s Exclusion of Chōsen Schools from the Tuition Waiver Program

Japan, Korea, and Northeast Asia - the Abe Shinzo Legacy

Japanese Court “Forgives” Vietnamese Trainee Convicted of Abandoning a Baby... Up to a Point

We Do Not Live to Be Productive: LGBT Activism and the Politics of Productivity in Contemporary Japan


“One China” in the Beijing-Washington-Taipei Trilateral Relationship

Japan’s Shift to the Right: Computational Propaganda, Abe Shinzō’s LDP, and Internet Right-Wingers (Netto Uyo)

Joint Statement of the Leaders of the Five Nuclear-Weapon States on Preventing Nuclear War and Avoiding Arms Races with a Comment by John Gittings

“Dwelling on my Falling”: Yukiyo
Kawano’s Nuclear Vision

Red-Braised Pork: Looking for Gates in a City of Walls

Deconstructing Abe Shinzo’s “Take Back Japan” Nationalism

Okinawan Coral Politics, Henoko Base Construction and a Japanese Political Strategy of Ignorance

Bodies in the Service of the Japanese Empire: Colonial Medicine in Manchuria

Glasgow COP-26: Japan and Australia Weigh their Energy Options

Katō Kōko’s Meiji Industrial Revolution – Forgetting forced labor to celebrate Japan’s World Heritage Sites – Part 2

Katō Kōko’s Meiji Industrial Revolution – Forgetting forced labor to celebrate Japan’s World Heritage Sites – Part 1
After the Biden-Xi Summit: Finding Common Ground with China
Meng Wanzhou Surely Won’t be the Last: The Hidden Logic of the American ‘Hand-Over'
The Dilemma of the Chinese Diaspora in the Decoupling Era
The Forgotten US Forever War in Korea
Okinawa: Race, Military Justice and the Yumiko-chan Incident
Taking the Fight for Japan’s History Online: The Ramseyer Controversy and Social Media
Special Issue: A Longue Durée Revolution in Korea: March 1st, 1919 to the Candlelight Revolution in 2018 (Table of Contents)
Korea’s Modern History Wars: March 1st 1919 and the Double Project of Modernity
Korea, A Unique Colony: Last to be Colonized and First to Revolt
The 1919 Independence Movement in Korea and Interconnected East Asia: The Incremental Unfolding of a Revolution
On “Eradicating the Vestiges of Pro-Japanese Collaborators”
The Question of Olohega