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Where is East Asia? Central Asian and Inner Asian Perspectives on Regionalism

Japan's Kamikaze Pilots and Contemporary Suicide Bombers: War and Terror

India Bids to Rule the Waves: From the Bay of Bengal to the Malacca Strait

US Asks Japan to Stop Iran Oil Development: Sankei Shinbun

Japan Joins the Race for Uranium Amid Global Expansion of Nuclear Power

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization: Institutionalization, Cooperation and Rivalry

China Rocks the Geopolitical Boat with Iran Oil Deals

Unrequited Responsibility: Japan, Iran and Israel

Japan's Indian Ocean Naval Deployment: Blue water militarization in a "normal country"

The US Geopolitical Nightmare: The Middle East, Central Asia, East Asia