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John de Boer
Japan and Iran's
2009 Elections

Steve Clemons
Nationalism" in Japan

Dustin Wright
Rolling the Dice in Macau

James Reilly

China's Popular Diplomacy
toward Japan

Suzanne Pepper
Hong Kong's
Political Future

Peter M. Beck
A New Approach
toward North Korea

Chalmers Johnson
Dismantling the Empire

John D. Ciorciari
International Politics
and Myanmar

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  The Japan Policy Research Institute (JPRI) is dedicated to research, service learning, and public education related to Japan and the entire Pacific Rim, and seeks to advance intercultural understanding, regional reconciliation, and global justice. LEARN MORE!


Divided Lenses: Film and War Memories in the Pacific Rim is a multi-year research project on "Divided Memories and Reconciliation" in the Pacific Rim... LEARN MORE!

JPRI and Panango are teaming up on the Pacific Rim Service Learning Initiative, which "strives to facilitate development in Papua New Guinea through education and cultural exchange...." LEARN MORE!


Chalmers Johnson offers "Three Good Reasons to Liquidate our Empire, and Ten Steps to Take to Do So" at TomsDispatch, a Project of The Nation Institute.

Chalmers Johnson reviews a new book on U.S. military base network, in Robert Scheer's Truthdig: a Progressive Journal of News and Opinion.

Join us at the
Global Forum on
Human Trafficking

8-9 Oct, 2009
Carlsbad, CA
(A limited number of special $99-rate tickets are available for friends of JPRI and the USF Center for the Pacific Rim who wish to attend this event!)

JPRI Founder
Chalmers Johnson
on WCEV Radio Islam

JPRI Advisory Board's
Steven Clemons
on Democracy Now!

Dr. John de Boer
appointed Fellow in Diplomatic Affairs

Dr. Donald K. Emmerson

joins JPRI Board of Advisors

Heather Heistand appointed Fellow in International Service Learning

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