Special Issue: A New Constitution for Japan? edited by Tessa Morris-Suzuki and Shinnosuke Takahashi


The Tale Of The Enchanted Sword
General! A poem of solidarity from Timor-Leste for human rights struggles in Indonesia
“It's Our Turn to Be Heard”: The Life and Legacy of Rapper-Activist ECD (1960-2018)
Inequality and Precarity in Japan: The Sorry Achievements of Abenomics
The Constitution, Human Rights and Pluralism in Japan: Alternative Visions of Constitutions Past and Future
We, the Japanese People: Rethinking the Meaning of the Peace Constitution
Prime Minster Abe’s Constitutional Campaign and the Assault on Individual Rights
Affirmative Action Policies Under the Postwar Japanese Constitution: On the Effects of the Dōwa Special Measures Policy
Rethinking Japan’s Constitution from the Perspective of the Ainu and Ryūkyū Peoples
“Art as a Weapon”: Japanese Proletarian Literature on the Centenary of the 1917 Russian Revolution
“The Comfort Women were Prostitutes”: Repercussions of remarks by the Japanese Consul General in Atlanta
Five Okinawan Views on the Nago Mayoral Election of February 2018: Implications for Japanese Democracy
Borderland Fiction: The Mongol Would-be Self-immolator
“Save the Town”: Insolvable Dilemmas of Fukushima’s “Return Policy”
Japan’s Far-right Politicians, Hate Speech and Historical Denial – Branding Okinawa as “Anti-Japan”
U.S. Marine Corps Sexual Violence on Okinawa
U.S. Military Base Construction at Henoko-Oura Bay and the Okinawan Governor’s Strategy to Stop It
From Nanjing to Okinawa – Two Massacres, Two Commanders
Nanjing 1937: The Film
The Fukushima Fiction Film: Gender and the Discourse of Nuclear Containment
American Polynesia, Rising Seas and Relocation
The Torrent*
Gunkanjima / Battleship Island, Nagasaki: World Heritage Historical Site or Urban Ruins Tourist Attraction?
A Complex of Seas: Passages between Pacific Histories
Conflicting Japanese Responses to the Syrian Refugee Crisis
The Stakes of Historical Revisionism in Trump’s America: Teaching about the Comfort Women Atrocity in the Japanese Empire
China's Workers and the Emerging Intern Class
Two Faces of the Hate Korean Campaign in Japan
Stretching the Sinitic Interpretation of Vietnamese History
Tokyo University at War
Abe Shinzō's Campaign to Reform the Japanese Way of Work
The US-North Korean Crisis and Japan’s Responsibility
The War on Games
Violence, Okinawa, and the ‘Pax Americana’
The Intractability of the Sino-Japanese Senkaku/Diaoyu Territorial Dispute: Historical Memory, People’s Diplomacy and Transnational Activism, 1961-1978
North Korea and a Rules-Based Order for the Indo-Pacific, East Asia, and the World
What is the Aim of Nippon Kaigi, the Ultra-Right Organization that Supports Japan’s Abe Administration?
Agent Orange on Okinawa: Six Years On
Overcoming Double Erasure: Japanese “comfort women”, nationalism and trafficking.
Protesting Policy and Practice in South Korea’s Nuclear Energy Industry
Taiwan’s Green Energy Transition Under Way
Pacific Islanders Experience the Pacific War: Informants as Historians and Story Tellers
American Literature on the Battle of Okinawa and the Continuing US Military Presence
Public Statuary and Nationalism in Modern and Contemporary Japan
An Enemy You Can Depend On: Trump, Pershing’s Bullets, and the Folklore of the War on Terror
Spies on Campus: The CIA and the FBI from the Indochina Wars to the “War on Terror”
Backstory to Abe’s Snap Election – the Secrets of Moritomo, Kake and the “Missing” Japan SDF Activity Logs
On Okinawa, Locals Want US Troops to Leave
Thinking About Coercion in the Context of Prostitution: Japan’s Military ‘Comfort Women’ and Contemporary Sexually-Exploited Women
The Future of Conflict in the Korean Peninsula and Beyond: The War Dreams of Kim and Trump