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The Asian Financial Crisis of 1997 a Decade On: Two Perspectives

All Fall Down: The Asian Financial Crisis, Neoliberalism and Economic Miracles

Lee Hak Rae, the Korean Connection and "Japanese" War Crimes on the Burma-Thai Railway

Passage of H.Res. 121 on "Comfort Women", the US Congress and Historical Memory in Japan

Labor Migration to Japan: Comparative Perspectives on Demography and the Sense of Crisis

What Japanese Policymakers Should Know about How Government Contributes to Irregular Immigration

Oda Makoto, Beheiren and 14 August 1945: Humanitarian Wrath against Indiscriminate Bombing

Japan's Future as an International, Multicultural Society: From Migrants to Immigrants

Citizenship at Stake. U.S. Records Prove Paternity; Japanese Ministry Denies Access to Records

Suharto Beyond the Grave: Indonesia and the World Appraise the Legacy