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Asia-Pacific Journal Subscription Drive July 2019

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Indonesia After Suharto—The Last King of Java Forgiven (By Elites)

Japanese Popular Culture in East and Southeast Asia: Time for a Regional Paradigm?

'Trophy Capitalism,' Jefrinomics, and Dynastic Travail in Brunei

War Responsibility and Historical Memory: Hirohito's Apparition

Developmental and Cultural Nationalisms in Historical Perspective

The Cultural Career of the Japanese Economy: Developmental and Cultural Nationalisms in Historical Perspective

Collaboration in the History of Wartime East Asia

The Japan-Indonesia Economic Partnership: Agreement Between Equals?

Rice and Circus in East Timor [available in Portugese]

Southeast Asian Memo to Wall St: On Financial Implosion