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

“Guilt by Association”: Japanese Canadians and the Nanjing Massacre Commemorative Day

In the South Pacific, Chinese Opportunism Meets Western Indifference

The Double Standard of the Major Military Powers: The International Criminal Court and the Control of Nuclear Weapons

Coalition Moments in Hong Kong’s Anti–Extradition Law Movement: Cross-Racial Solidarities and Their Limitations

Orwell and Empire: A Conversation with Douglas Kerr

Lessons from the ‘Unruly Edges’ of Markets in the Cambodia–Vietnam Borderlands

The Hong Kong-Taiwan Nexus in the Shadow of China

Old Wealth, the Kuomintang, and the CIA’s Air America

Roadblocks in the Inter-Korean Railway Projects: The Armistice and the UN Command between Two Koreas

A Century of Japanese Assassination: Reflection and Commemoration

The Abe Legacy: A Compendium

The Electoral Paradox: Colonial History, Duterte, and the Return of the Marcoses in the Philippines

Tiger, Tyrant, Bandit, Businessman: A Few Words on the Sources

Demolition Men: The Unmaking of a Memorial Commemorating Wartime Forced Laborers in Gunma (Japan)

China's Old Working Class: Impoverished and Cast Aside

Re-thinking Jōmon and Ainu in Japanese History

Tastes Like War

Early Meiji Japan and Public History: Ports, Public Memory, Gateways to Understanding through Photography

Screening Love: Relational Practices in Japanese TV Dramas Produced During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Japanese Student Movement in the Cold War Crucible, 1945-1972

Under British Law: Ho Chi Minh in Hong Kong (1931-33)

Ainu Ethnogenesis and State Evasion (12th-17th Centuries)

Global Agendas 2022 - NATO and RIMPAC

Contesting Fukushima

Fukushima's Dueling Museums

Time to Remember, Time to Forget: The Battle of Tsushima in Japanese Collective Memory since 1905

The 8 p.m. Battle Cry: The 1923 Earthquake and the Korean Sawagi in Central Tokyo


Ambivalence of Identity: Stories of the Japanese War Brides in New Zealand


Remembering and Forgetting the War Dead at Ryōzen Kannon: A Site of Entangled and Transnational War Memories


Remembering Camp O’Donnell: From Shared Memories to Public History in the Philippines


The Legacy of the Second Sino-Japanese War in the People’s Republic of China: Mapping the Official Discourses of Memory


Entangled Memories of Two World Wars


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