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Abe's Violent Denial: Japan's Prime Minister and the 'Comfort Women'

Another "Mediterranean" in Southeast Asia

Japan's 'Comfort Women': It's time for the truth (in the ordinary, everyday sense of the word)

Tragic Fire Illuminates South Korea's Treatment of Migrant Workers

Responsibility Denied: Japan's Debate Over the Comfort Women

The Future of Japan's Immigration Policy: a battle diary

Filipino Boxers and Hosts in Japan: The Feminization of Male Labor and Transnational Class Subjection┬╣

Japan's Military "Comfort Women" System

Oceans Unbounded: Transversing Asia across "Area Studies"

A Forgotten Holocaust: US Bombing Strategy, the Destruction of Japanese Cities & the American Way of War from World War II to Iraq