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Abrams, M. Richard
Working Paper No. 122: The End of Privacy: 9/11 and the Ascendancy of the Surveillance State

Aldwinkle, David

Occasional Paper No. 9: The Japanese Way of Death: A Funeral in Sapporo

Amemiya, Kozy K.
Critique, Vol. VI, No. 9: The Law Promotes Blind Patriotism
Critique, Vol. VII, No. 4: Princes Mononoke:  Another Nihonjinron?
Critique, Vol. VIII, No. 6: Marketing “Pearl Harbor”
Critique, Vol XI, No. 4: Celebrating Okinawans in Bolivia
Critique, Vol XII, No. 6: Japan's "New Orleans"
Working Paper No. 25: The Bolivan Connection: U.S. Bases and Okinawan Emigration
Working Paper No. 75: The Importance of Being Japanese in Bolivia
Working Paper No. 90: Reinventing Population Problems in Okinawa:  Emigration as a Tool of American Occupation
Occasional Paper No. 13: Being "Japanese" in Brazil and Okinawa
Occasional Paper No. 42:
Remembering Chalmers Johnson

Amsden, Alice
Critique, Vol. III, No. 8: Competitiveness and Industrial Policy:  East and West

Anchordoguy, Marie
Working Paper No. 80: Whatever Happened to the Japanese Miracle?
Occasional Paper No. 42: Remembering Chalmers Johnson

Anderson, G. E.
Occasional Paper No. 43: Balancing Development and State in the ‘Developmental State’: The Case of China’s Auto Industry

Angel, Robert
Working Paper No. 2: The Mutual Understanding Industry: Three Views on the Shaping of American Perspectives on Japan
Working Paper No. 27: The Japan Lobby: An Introduction

Arai, Tatsushi
Occasional Paper No. 46: The Diaoyu/Senkaku Dispute as an Identity-Based Conflict: Toward Sino-Japan Reconciliation

Arasaki, Moriteru
Critique, Vol. V, No. 3: On One-tsubo Antiwar Landlords

Arase, David
Critique, Vol. XVIII, No. 3: Why Would the Philippines Take on China?
Working Paper No. 42: Political Reform in Japan: Is It Becoming More Democratic?
Working Paper No. 53: Economic Cooperation in the Region Where China, Russia, and North Korea Meet
Critique, Vol. XVIII No. 6: The Crisis over the Senkaku Islands
Critique Vol. XIX No. 1: Visions of Asia’s Past and Future Under Chinese Leadership
Occasional Paper No. 42:
Remembering Chalmers Johnson
Working Paper No. 119: Northeast Asian Economic Cooperation in Perspective: The Future Has Never Been Brighter
Critique Vol. XIX No. 9: Sino-Indian Strategic Relations: What Should India Do?

Arnold, Walter
Working Paper No. 95: The Japanese Automobile Industry in China

Auerback, Marshall
Critique, Vol. IX, No. 1: Cognitive Dissonance and the Washington Concensus
Critique, Vol. IX, No. 5: Crony Capitalism Comes to America
Critique, Vol. X, No. 5: The Economic Costs of American Imperialism
Critique, Vol XI, No. 5: China Scrutinizes the Almighty Dollar
Critique, Vol. X, No. 6: Thailand Wipes the IMF Slate Clean
Critique, Vol. XII, No. 1: Will Japan Go Nuclear?
Last Orders for the U.S. Dollar?

Critique Vol. XII, No. 4: China's Revaluation Reflects a Myriad of Competing Interests
Critique Vol. XIII, No. 2: Will "Bretton Woods II" Be Caught in a Japanese-Chinese Crossfire?
Critique Vol XV, No. 1: Japan - Land of the Setting Sun?
Working Paper No. 109: The BOJ Talks The Talk (But Will It Walk The Walk?)
Working Paper No. 111: Chinese Dollars Versus America's Guns
Occasional Paper No. 21: Thailand's Election: More Signs of Backlash Against the West
Occasional Paper No. 37: Risk vs Uncertainty: The Cause of the Current Financial Crisis
 
Baerwald, Hans H.
Occasional Paper No. 3: Fund-Raising in Japan: A Sasakawa Saga
Occasional Paper No. 27: Postwar Japan - A Reminiscence
Occasional Paper No. 29: The Occupation of Japan as an Exercise in “Regime Change”: Reflections after Fifty Years by a Participant
Critique Vol. XI, No. 1: The Anguish of Surrender, Japanese POWs of World War II by Ulrich Straus

Ball, Desmond
Working Paper No. 103: In the Miura Listening Room: Radio Surveillance under Japan’s “Friendly Authoritarianism”

Baron, Barnett F.
Critique Vol XVII, No. 1:
Northeastern Japan: Still an Emergency

Barrette, Bill
Occasional Paper No. 33: Art and Exchange at Sugamo Prison, 1945–52: Visual Communication in American-occupied Japan

Beck, Peter M.
Critique, Vol. X, No. 3: It’s Time for Kim Jong-il to Visit Seoul
Critique Vol. XI, No. 3: The Bush Administration’s Failed North Korea Policy
Critique Vol. XV, No. 2: Crafting a More Effective Approach toward North Korea
Critique Vol. XVI, No. 1: Contemplating Korean Reunification

Bedeski, Robert
Working Paper No. 62: The Chinese Diaspora, Mongolia and the Sino-Russian Frontier
Occasional Paper No. 42: Remembering Chalmers Johnson

Berkeley Earth
Critique, Vol. XXI, No. 8: Killer Air: Analysis of Air Pollution in China

Berkofsky, Axel
Working Paper No. 86: Corruption and Bribery in Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs: The Case of Muneo Suzuki

Berton, Peter
Working Paper No. 67: The Japanese Communist Party and Its Transformations
Occasional Paper No. 35: Prewar, Occupation, and Post-Occupation Japan: Three Vignettes

Bevacqua, Ronald
Working Paper No. 36: Administrative Reform: Searching for the "Hashimoto Vision"
Working Paper 100: Nepal and the “War on Terror”

Bix, Herbert
Working Paper No. 92: Emperor Hirohito in 20th Century History: The Debate Rekindles
Occasional Paper No. 17: Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan

Blake, Ted
Critique Vol. XXI, No. 3: Saving Ancient Trails in Hawaii

Boas, Nancy
Occasional Paper No. 51: David Park and Bay Area Figuration

Boles, Elizabeth M.
Critique Vol. XXI, No. 9 Film Review Essay: Best of Enemies and Gore Vidal:The United States of Amnesia

Brodfuehrer, Gordon
Critique Vol. XX, No. 4: Two Lectures on Japanese Ceramics

Brown, David
Critique Vol. XXI, No. 3: Saving Ancient Trails in Hawaii

Bruce, Scott T.

Working Paper No. 118: Information Technology in North Korea: A Double-Edged Sword

Bullock, Robert
Working Paper No. 41: No.kyo: A Short Cultural History

Bundy, Barbara
Critique Vol. XX, No. 1: Strange Stones: Dispatches from East and West by Peter Hessler

Campbell, Raelyn
Critique, Vol. VI, No. 2: Raped (by the Cops) in Tokyo

Cantrell, Katie
Critique, Vol. XXI, No.5: Go Green Monday to Ditch the Drought

Carlile, Lonny E.
Working Paper No. 17: The Left in Japanese Politics: Is There Movement Toward a Third Pole?

Casman, Jesse S.
Occasional Paper No. 12: Internet Cryptography: Does Japan Have a Role?

Chang, Ha-joon
Critique, Vol. V, No. 2: The Korean Economic Crisis:  The Result of Under-Regulation

Chellaney, Brahma
Occasional Paper No. 48: An Uneasy Strategic Triangle: the Troubled China-India Relationship and U.S. Asia Policy

Chung, Erin Aeran
Working Paper No. 69: Korean Voluntary Associations in Japanese Civil Society

Ciorciari, John D.
Working Paper No. 114:
International Politics and The Mess in Myanmar
Working Paper No. 117: Transitional Justice in Cambodia's Internationalized Court


Clemons, Steven C.
Critique, Vol. II, No. 6: Japan Adrift Without Moral Mission
Critique, Vol. V, No. 8: Misplaced Bets on Japan’s Leadership
Critique, Vol. VIII, No. 7: The San Francisco Peace Treaty Fifty Years Later: America’s Complicity in Japan’s Historical Amnesia
Critique, Vol. IX, No. 2: Reflections on the POW Lawsuits
Critique, Vol. X, No. 2: The Corruption of Think Tanks
Working Paper No. 1: Japan Studies Under Attack: How Rational Choice Theory is Undermining America's Understanding of the World
Occasional Paper No. 20: The Armitage Report: Reading Between the Lines

Coates, Karen J.
Occasional Paper No. 49: Eternal Harvest: The Legacy of American Bombs in Laos

Coleman, Sam
Working Paper No. 74: What's Wrong with Japanese Basic Science?
Critique, Vol. XX, No. 2: Complicity and Responsibility: Review of The Wind Rises (Kaze Tachinu)

Costello, Charlie
Occasional Paper No. 52: Burma: A Journey Within

Coughlan, Peter
Occasional Paper No. 50: Bringing Clean Water to Ellandoppu, India

Crews, David R.
Occasional Paper No. 36: A Wild Start: Okinawa in the 1970s

Cumings, Bruce
Critique, Vol. VII, No. 7: The Occurrence at Nogun Ri Bridge:  History and Memory
Working Paper No. 20: Korean Scandal, or American Scandal?
Occasional Paper No. 7: South Korea's Academic Lobby
Occasional Paper No. 31: Some Thoughts on the Korean-American Relationship
Working Paper No. 20: “Not War/Not Peace: The Korean Armistice Under a Nuclear Shadow”


DeBoer, John
Critique, Vol. XV, No. 3: Fearing a Reprise of 1979: Japan's Primary Preoccupations in the Aftermath of Iran's 2009 Presidential Elections
Critique, Vol. XV, No. 4: Hatoyama's Vision for a New Japan

DeWit, Andrew
Critique, Vol. VII, No. 5: Ishihara Taxes the Banks
Critique, Vol. IX, No. 4: Ishihara and the Politics of His Bank Tax
Working Paper No. 63: Saying No. to "Socialism:" The New Politics of the Income Tax in Japan

Doyle, Randall
Critique, Vol. VII, No. 10: Teaching the U.S. Military on Okinawa

Dower, John
Working Paper No. 12: The End of the "Special" U.S.-Japan Relationship
Working Paper No. 61: The Showa Emperor and Japan's Postwar Imperial Democracy
Occasional Paper No. 30: Warning from History: Don’t Expect Democracy in Iraq
Occasional Paper No. 39: The Myth of Change-Resistant Japan


Ellis, Ken
Critique, Vol. III, No. 2: Japan’s Housing Lenders’ Crisis

Emmerson, Donald K.
Critique, Vol. XIX, No. 6: Kishore’s World

Endoh, Toake
Working Paper No. 72: Shedding The Unwanted: Japan's Emigration Policy


Feffer, John
Working Paper No. 116: Pacific Pushback: Can Japan Say No to Washington?

Feldman, Eric A.
Working Paper No. 30: Deconstructing the Japanese HIV Scandal

Fields, Karl J.

Working Paper No. 47: KMT, Inc. Party Capitalism in a Developmental State

Fingleton, Eamonn
Critique, Vol. IV, No. 3: Blindside Revisited
Critique, Vol. VIII, No. 3: Blindside Revisited Again

Flannigan, Thomas

Critique, Vol. II, No. 9: Opening Up Japan to American Lawyers
Critique, Vol. VIII, No. 2: Bribing the Bushes

Fox, Michael H.
Critique, Vol. VI, No. 10: The Yasuda Arrest:  Criminal and Political Considerations

Franco, Massimo
Critique Vol. XXI No. 2: After American Dominance: Pope Francis and the Vatican’s New Foreign Policy

Freeman, Laurie A.
Working Paper No. 18: Japan's Press Clubs as Information Cartels

Fujitani, Tak
Occasional Paper No. 38: Race for Empire: Koreans as Japanese and Japanese as Americans during World War II

Fukushima, Glen S.
Critique, Vol. III, No. 6: No. Double View of Japan
Critique, Vol. IV, No. 7: More Like Us?
Critique, Vol. XVI, No. 3: Reverse Japan's Insularity
Occasional Paper No. 2: Political Perspectives on The Great Hanshin Earthquake

Garon, Sheldon
Critique, Vol. II, No. 7: State Suppression of New Religions in Prewar Japan and Its Lessons for Today
Critique, Vol. IV, No. 6: The Long Arm of the State

Gibney, Frank
Critique, Vol. III, No. 3: Senso:  The Japanese Remember the Pacific War

Gurtov, Mel
Critique, Vol. X, No. 4: America:  Rogue State

Hall, Ivan P.
Critique, Vol. V, No. 9: Gagged on the Ginza
Critique, Vol. VII, No. 3: Hatchets of the Mind
Working Paper No. 2: The Mutual Understanding Industry: Three Views on the Shaping of American Perspectives on Japan
Working Paper No. 3: Academic Apartheid at Japan's National Universities
Working Paper No. 9: Academic Apartheid Revisted
Occasional Paper No. 28: Japan and the U.S.:  Sidelining the Heterodox

Hamada, Tomoko
Working Paper No. 33: Absent Fathers, Feminized Sons, Selfish Mothers and Disobedient Daughters: Revisiting The Japanese Ie Household

Hamamoto, Darrell Y.
Critique, Vol. XI, No. 6: Imperial Bird-Droppings: A First-hand Report on the U.S. Military Helicopter Accident in Okinawa

Hamilton, Robert V.
Critique, Vol. IV, No. 7: Political Arena No. Place for U.S. Marines
Critique, Vol. VI, No. 5: The Futenma Problem
Working Paper No. 28: An Idea and a Policy That Just Won't Float

Hardacre, Helen
Working Paper No. 19: Aum Shinrikyo and the Japanese Media

Harrison, Selig S.
Critique, Vol. IV, No. 8: Promoting a Soft Landing in Korea

Hatcher, Patrick Lloyd
Critique, Vol. IV, No. 10: To Mine or Not to Mine
Critique, Vol. VI, No. 11: It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Superdong; or, What the North Koreans Have Wrought
Critique, Vol. IX, No. 3: U.S. “Base-mania” in Central Asia
Critique, Vol. XIX, No. 7: Vietnam’s Napoleon
Critique, Vol. XXI, No. 4: Thoughts on Asia Pacific Cinema

Helm, Leslie
Occasional Paper No. 42: Remembering Chalmers Johnson

Holmes, Linda Goetz
Working Paper No. 84: Dutch Civilian Compensation from Japan and the American Dilemma

Horta, Loro
Working Paper No. 113: China and Brazil: Commercial Success Amidst International Tensions

Howe, Christopher
Working Paper No. 52: The Political Economy of Hong Kong Since Reversion to China

Howell, Thomas R.
Occasional Paper No. 16: Foreclosing A Japanese Hong Kong: Okinawa, 1967-1972

Hu, Shaohua
Critique, Vol. XIII, No. 1:
Why the Chinese are so Anti-Japanese

Ibata-Arens, Kathryn C.
Work
ing Paper No. 59: The Business of Survival: High-Tech Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Japan
Working Paper No. 102: Japan’s Quest for Entrepreneurialism: the Cluster Plan

Ijiri, Hidenori
Occasional Paper No. 34: About Area Studies and Japan (with Chalmers Johnson)

Itoh, Mayumi
Working Paper No. 49: Fallen Political Leadership in Japan: Will a New Party Eventually Emerge?
Working Paper No. 79: A Just Peace? The 1951 San Francisco Peace Treaty in Historical Perspective

Jameson, Sam
Critique, Vol. VIII, No. 5: Koizumi’s Victory:  A Blow to Change
Working Paper No. 29: Japan's Amoeba Politics
Working Paper No. 40: A Veteran American Journalist Looks at the Japanese Media
Working Paper No. 96: Can Japan Change Governments?

Johnson, Chalmers A.
Critique, Vol. II, No. 1: A Spark in No.rth Korea:  “This Tragic Loss of Life was Unnecessary”
Critique, Vol. II, No. 8: Needed:  A Japan Strategy
Critique, Vol. III, No. 6: American Military Bases in San Diego and Okinawa
Critique, Vol. IV, No. 1: Hypocrisy
Critique, Vol. IV, No. 2: Why Are American Troops Still in Okinawa?
Critique, Vol. IV, No. 8: Potential Fallout from the New U.S.-Japan Defense Guidelines
Critique, Vol. IV, No. 9: The Chrysanthemum Club Seizes the American Embassy, Tokyo
Critique, Vol. VI, No. 4: The Uselessness of Local Autonomy
Critique, Vol. VI, No. 6: American Intelligence Services Lose Credibility Over East Asian Security Problems
Critique, Vol. VII, No. 1: Some Thoughts on the Nanjing Massacre
Critique, Vol. VII, No. 2: Further Nago Notes
Critique, Vol. VIII, No. 7: Anniversary of a Satellite
Critique, Vol. X, No. 3: What President Roh Must Do
Working Paper No. 4: Japanese-Style Management Revisited
Working Paper No. 5: The U.S.-Japan Trade Agreement of September 1994: Contending Views of Believer and Skeptic
Working Paper No. 11: Special Report: The CIA and Japanese Politics
Working Paper No. 16: The Okinawan Rape Incident and the End of the Cold War in East Asia
Working Paper No. 22: Nationalism and the Market: China as a Superpower
Working Paper No. 97: Three Rapes:  The Status of Forces Agreement and Okinawa
Working Paper No. 105: No Longer the "Lone" Superpower: Coming to Terms with China
Occasional Paper No. 14: The U.S. General Accounting Office's Report on the Proposed Marine Corps Floating Heliport Off Okinawa
Occasional Paper No. 19: The Three Cold Wars
Occasional Paper No. 22: Japanese "Capitalism" Revisited
Occasional Paper No. 24: Okinawa Between the United States and Japan
Occasional Paper No. 25: The Continuation of the Cold War and the Advent of American Militarism
Occasional Paper No. 34: About Area Studies and Japan (with Hidenori Ijiri)

Johnson, David T.
Working Paper No. 34: Why the Wicked Sleep: The Prosecution of Political Corruption in Postwar Japan
Working Paper No. 76: Bureaucratic Corruption in Japan

Johnson, Sheila K.
Critique, Vol. I, No. 1: Perspective on Violence:  Explaining America to the Japanese
Critique, Vol. II, No. 1: Denying History:  Cancelling the A-Bomb Stamp and Prospects for U.S.-Japan Relations in 1995
Critique, Vol. II, No. 4: Tom Clancy’s Debt of Honor
Critique, Vol. II, No. 7: Aum Shinrikyo and Oklahoma
Critique, Vol. III, No. 5: Role Narcissism and Suicide in Japan
Critique, Vol. IV, No. 4: The Nasty Japs Again:  War Memories and the Movies
Critique, Vol. IV, No. 9: The Chrysanthemum Club Seizes the American Embassy, Tokyo
Critique, Vol. VI, No. 2: Do Asian Women Count?
Critique, Vol. VI, No. 9: Flag Anthems and National Symbols
Critique, Vol. VII, No. 6: Zhang Yimou’s “Not One Less”:  Art, Propaganda, or Both?
Critique, Vol. VIII, No. 6: All Art is Propaganda, but Not All Propaganda is Art
Critique, Vol. XIX, No. 5: Review: Patrick Smith’s Time No Longer: Americans After the American Century
Occasional Paper No. 23: Of Sex, Okinawa, and American Foreign Policy
Occasional Paper No. 40: Chal: An intellectual Memoir
Occasional Paper No. 42: Remembering Chalmers Johnson

Johnston, Eric
Working Paper No. 101: The North Korea Abduction Issue and Its Effect on Japanese Domestic Politics

Jones, Gregg
Critique, Vol. XVIII, No. 2: Honor in the Dust: Theodore Roosevelt, War in the Philippines, and the Rise and Fall of America's Imperial Dream

JPRI Staff
Critique. Vol. II, No. 10: Group-Think Meets Individualism:  The Saga of Dr. Masao Miyamoto and the Japanese Bureaucracy
Critique, Vol. III, No. 7: Okinawa Update:  Japan Policy Research Institute Special Report
Critique, Vol. III, No. 8: Competitiveness and Industrial Policy:  East and West
Critique, Vol. V, No. 1: U.S.-Japan Defense Contradictions and the Nago Plebiscite
Critique, Vol. V, No. 8: Pas de Trois
Critique, Vol. V, No. 11: The LDP Takes Over in Okinawa
Working Paper No. 24: Foreign Teachers in Japanese Universities: An Update

Kaneko, Masaru
Critique, Vol. IX, No. 4: Ishihara and the Politics of His Bank Tax

Kaplan, David E.
Critique, Vol. IV, No. 1: U.S. Propoganda Efforts in Postwar Japan

Kawano, Masato
Critique, Vol. III, No. 3: Senso:  The Japanese Remember the Pacific War

Keehn, E. Barry
Critique, Vol. I, No. 2: Tokyo Bureaucrats Rule as Leaders Come and Go
Critique, Vol. VI, No. 4: Bread, Circuses, and U.S.-Japan Issues
Critique, Vol. X, No. 8: Images of Aging: Ozu’s Tokyo Story (Film Classics)
Working Paper No. 108: "Enlightenment Guaranteed" Meets the Liberal Democratic Party: Teaching about Japan through Film
Occasional Paper No. 42: Remembering Chalmers Johnson

Kennedy, Ellen Clare
Working Paper No. 110: The Japanese-American Renunciants: Due Process and the Danger of Making Laws During Times of Fear

Kim, Yong-Mok
Critique, Vol. IV, No. 10: The Dilemma of No.rth Korea’s Japanese Wives
Critique, Vol. V, No. 9: Whither Japan-Korea Relations?
Occasional Paper No. 2: Political Perspectives on The Great Hanshin Earthquake

Kotler, Mindy
Critique, Vol. X, No. 1: The Brookings Institution and the Study of Japan

Kuboyama, Norie
Critique, Vol. III, No. 2: Japan’s Housing Lenders’ Crisis

Kunihiro, Masao
Working Paper No. 3: Strengths and Weaknesses of Education in Japan

Lake, Charles
Critique, Vol. III, No. 1: The U.S. Government’s Photographic Film and Paper Case Against the Government of Japan

Laurence, Henry
Critique, Vol. VI, No. 8: The Big Bang and the Sokaiya
Critique, Vol. XII, No. 3: Censorship at NHK and PBS

Lee, Joohee
Working Paper No. 104: Korea’s Unrecognized Corporate Scandal: The Absence of Women Managers

Lind, Michael
Critique, Vol. IX, No. 6: Do As We Say, Not As We Did

Lincoln, Edward J.
Working Paper No. 5: The U.S.-Japan Trade Agreement of September 1994: Contending Views of Believer and Skeptic
Working Paper No. 56: Whither Trade Policy with Japan?
Working Paper No. 81: Arthritic Japan: The Slow Pace of Economic Reform
Working Paper No. 94: Making Some Sense of the Japanese Economy

Logan, Tom
Occasional Paper No. 1: On Dango: The Famous "Yokosuka Navy Base Toilet Job"

MacIntyre, Andrew
Working Paper No. 13: U.S.-Australia Relations and the Rise of Southeast Asia
Working Paper No. 57: Can Japan Ever Take Leadership? The View from Indonesia

Madge, Leila
Working Paper No. 54: Japan's Emerging Civic Culture: A Product Liability Law Study Group

Madsen, Richard
Working Paper No. 14: After Liberalism: What if Confucianism Becomes the Hegemonic Ethic of the Twenty-first Century?

Michalak, Laurence
Critique, Vol. XXI, No.1: Terrorism, Grace, and Mercy

Mathews, John A.
Working Paper No. 46: Fashioning a New Korean Model Out of the Crisis
Working Paper No. 55: The Case for an Asian Monetary Fund

Matthews, Nancy Kinnes
Occasional Paper No. 26: A Prison-Camp Memoir

McCormack, Gavan
Working Paper No. 21: Afterbubble: Fizz and Concrete in Japan's Political Economy
Working Paper No. 38: Holocaust Denial à la Japonaise
Working Paper No. 45: Okinawan Dilemmas: Coral Islands or Concrete Islands?
Working Paper No. 71: The Okinawan Summit Seen from Below
Working Paper No. 91: No.rth Korea: Coming in From theCold?
Occasional Paper No. 1: Paving Over the Kansai
Occasional Paper No. 15: Dilemmas of Development on The Ogasawara Islands

McNeill, David
Critique, Vol. X, No. 7: Confessions of a Foreign Correspondent
Working Paper No.107:
History Redux: Japan’s Textbook Battle Reignites

McVeigh, Brian J.
Working Paper No. 73: Postwar Japan's "Hard" and "Soft Nationalism"

Medeiros, Jimmy
Critique Vol. XXI, No. 3: Saving Ancient Trails in Hawaii

Medoruma, Shun
Critique, Vol. VI, No. 12: An Okinawan Short Story

Mercado, Sephen C.
Occasional Paper No. 5: The YS-11 Project and Japan's Aerospace Potential

Michalak, Laurence
Critique, Vol. XXI, No.1: Terrorism, Grace, and Mercy

Mikuni, Akio
Critique, Vol. V, No. 7: The Mirage of Japanese Financial Reform
Working Paper No. 39: Japan's Big Bang: Illusions and Reality
Working Paper No. 44: Why Japan Can't Reform Its Economy
Working Paper No. 68: Why Japan Cannot Deregulate Its Financial System

Millard, Mike
Occasional Paper No. 11: Okinawa, Then and Now

Miyagi, Yasuhiro
Critique, Vol. V, No. 3: Nago Citizens Act Against the Nago Heliport: A Brief Chronology

Miyamoto, Masao
Critique, Vol. II, No. 10: Group-Think Meets Individualism:  The Saga of Dr. Masao Miyamoto and the Japanese Bureaucracy
Working Paper No. 23: Mental Castration, the HIV Scandal, and the Japanese Bureaucracy

Mondale, Walter F.
Critique, Vol. II, No. 6: Addressing Japan’s Cartels of the Minds

Morse, Andrew
Critique, Vol. III, No. 2: Japan’s Housing Lenders’ Crisis
Occasional Paper No. 2: Political Perspectives on The Great Hanshin Earthquake

Morse, Ronald A.
Working Paper No. 2: The Mutual Understanding Industry: Three Views on the Shaping of American Perspectives on Japan

Mosher, Michael
Occasional Paper No. 10: Machiavellian Politics and Japanese Ideals: The Enigma of Japanese Power Eight Years Later

Mulgan, Aurelia George
Critique, Vol. V, No. 2: Accessing the Japanese Agricultural Market:  Still an International Issue?

Myers, Robert J.
Working Paper No. 51: The Faltering Economic Reforms of South Korea

NATO Parliamentary Assembly
Occasional Paper No. 47: The Growing Strategic Relevance of Asia: Implications for NATO

Nawa Fariba
Critique, Vol. XIX, No. 8: Afghanistan’s Disappeared: Tens of Thousands Still Missing

Okada, Chuken
Critique, Vol. III, No. 3: Senso:  The Japanese Remember the Pacific War

Oliver, Myrna
Critique, Vol. X, Special Report: Obituary and Comment:  Norbert Schlei and the M-Fund

Orr, Robert M. Jr.
Critique, Vol. V, No. 6: The Rape of History
Occasional Paper No. 2: Political Perspectives on The Great Hanshin Earthquake

Ota, Masahide
Critique, Vol. IV, No. 2: Supreme Court of Japan Testimony on U.S. Troop Presence

Otsuma, Mayumi
Critique, Vol. III, No. 2: Japan’s Housing Lenders’ Crisis

Pepper, Suzanne
Critique, Vol. VII, No. 8: Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the Challenge of Chinese Reunification
Critique, Vol. XVI, No. 2: Lynne Joiner's Honorable Survivor: Mao's China, McCarthy's America, and the Persecution of John S. Service
Working Paper No. 106: Civil War in China: The Final Phase

Prestowitz, Clyde V. Jr.
Working Paper No. 37: Positive and Negative Aspects of U.S.-Asian Economic Relations

Price, John
Working Paper No. 78: A Just Peace? The 1951 San Francisco Peace Treaty in Historical Perspective

Prindle, Tamae
Critique, Vol. II, No. 4: A Glimpse into the Abyss:  The Life of a Keiretsu Contractor

Rabson, Steve
Critique, Vol. VI, No. 12: An Okinawan Short Story
Critique, Vol. VIII, No. 2: Undemocratic Elections:  East and West
Occasional Paper No. 8: Assimilation Policy in Okinawa: Promotion, Resistance, and "Reconstruction"

Redfern, Jerry
Occasional Paper No. 49: Eternal Harvest: The Legacy of American Bombs in Laos


Reeve, David
Critique, Vol. XXI, No.7: New Zealand Mermaid

Reilly, James
Working Paper No. 115, The Rebirth of Minjian Waijiao: China's Popular Diplomacy toward Japan

Renshaw, Jean R.
Critique, Vol. III, No. 5: A Future for Japanese Women Managers?
Working Paper No. 104: Korea’s Unrecognized Corporate Scandal: The Absence of Women Managers
Critique Vol. XIX No. 4: Hasegawa Tadashi’s Memoir of a Life Shaped by the Atomic Bomb
Critique Vol. XXI No. 1: Some Thoughts on Women’s Important Contributions to Myanmar in Transition

Rodan, Garry
Working Paper No. 26: Information Technology and Political Control in Singapore

Ryang, Sonia
Occasional Paper No. 32: Chrysanthemum’s Strange Life: Ruth Benedict in Postwar Japan

Sagers, John
Critique, Vol. VII, No. 9: The Origins of Japan’s Economic Philosophy

Samuels, Richard J.
Critique, Vol. IV, No. 6: The Japan That Doesn’t Know What to Say
Working Paper No. 15: Japan as a Technological Superpower
Working Paper No. 83: Kishi and Corruption: An Anatomy of the 1955 System
Working Paper No. 99: Politics, Security Policy, and Japan’s Cabinet Legislation Bureau: Who Elected These Guys, Anyway?


Santa-Cruz, Arturo
Critique, Vol. XIX, No. 2: Mexico’s Elections: Is the Return of the PRI a Return to the Past?

Sasaki, Sentaro
Critique, Vol. III, No. 3: Senso:  The Japanese Remember the Pacific War

Sayle, Murray
Critique, Vol. V, No. 10: Comfort Island:  Notes on Okinawa
Critique, Vol. VI, No. 1: Corruption by Access
Critique, Vol. VIII, No. 1: Haruki Murakami and the Tokyo Gas Attack
Critique, Vol. IX, No. 2: Japan’s Comfort Women, Theirs and Ours
Working Paper No. 32: The Buddha Bites Back
Working Paper No. 43: How Rich Japan Misled Poor Asia
Working Paper No. 66: Sex Saddens A Clever Princess
Working Paper No. 89: The Makiko-Junichiro Show
Occasional Paper No. 18: The Importance of Yoko Ono

Schaede, Ulrike
Critique, Vol. I, No. 1: How to Open a Rice Market and Still Keep it Closed

Schaller, Michael
Critique, Vol. VI, No. 3: U.S. Government Secrecy About Japan
Critique, Vol. X, No. 4: In Japan, First Left then Right
Working Paper No. 11: Special Report: The CIA and Japanese Politics

Schlei, Norbert A.
Working Paper No. 11: Special Report: The CIA and Japanese Politics
Critique, Vol. X, Special Report: Obituary and Comment:  Norbert Schlei and the M-Fund

Seekins, Donald M.
Working Paper No. 60: Japan's "Burma Lovers" and the Military Regime
Working Paper No. 87: Burma's Japanese Interlude, 1941-45: Did Japan Liberate Burma?

Shillony, Ben-Ami
Occasional Paper No. 6: The Jews and the Japanese: Cultural Traits and Common Values

Smith, Patrick
Critique, Vol. IV, No. 4: Remembering the Past
Critique, Vol. V, No. 11: Masahide Ota and the End of an Ideal
Critique, Vol. VI, No. 9: At Last, An Official Flag and Hymn for Japan

Soh, Sarah C.
Working Paper No. 77: Japan's Responsibility Toward Comfort Women Survivors

Taira, Koji
Working Paper No. 28: The United States, Japan and Okinawa: Conflict and Compromise,1995-96
Working Paper No. 48: The Battle of Okinawa in Japanese History Books

Takahama, Tatou
Critique, Vol. II, No. 3: Holocaust Denial in Japan:  Marco Polo Demonstrates Insensitivity
Critique, Vol. III, No. 4: Japan and the U.S. Suffer a Security Imbalance

Takazato, Suzuyo
Critique, Vol. V, No. 3: Human Rights Violations and Environmental Destruction Caused by Stationing U.S. Troops in Okinawa

Tanter, Richard
Working Paper No. 103: In the Miura Listening Room: Radio Surveillance under Japan’s “Friendly Authoritarianism”

Taoka, Shunji
Critique, Vol. VII, No. 2: Is this Base Really Necessary?
Working Paper No. 31: The Japanese-American Security Treaty Without a U.S. Military Presence

Terry, Edith
Critique, Vol. III, No. 4: Japan and the U.S. Suffer a Security Imbalance
Working Paper No. 10: How Asia Got Rich: World Bank vs. Japanese Industrial Policy
Working Paper No. 50: Crisis? What Crisis?
Working Paper No. 70: The World Bank and Japan: How Godzilla of the Ginza and King Kong of H Street Got Hitched

Tilton, Mark
Critique, Vol. I, No. 2: Japanese Cartels Still Block Imports
Working Paper No. 98: Nonliberal Capitalism in the Information Age:  Japan and the Politics of Telecommunications Reform
Occasional Paper No. 42: Remembering Chalmers Johnson

Tokudome, Kinue

Working Paper No. 82: POW Forced Labor Lawsuits Against Japanese Companies

Tonelson, Alan
Critique. Vol. II, No. 5: American Inertia and Drift in Asia
Critique, Vol. VI, No. 7: A New U.S. Grand Strategy for the Asia-Pacific Region

Viviani, Nancy
Working Paper No. 64: Australia-Indonesia Relations After the East Timor Upheaval

Vogel, Steven K.
Critique, Vol. II, No. 2: American Press Illusions About Japanese Politics

Wade, Robert
Critique, Vol. V, No. 5: The Asian Crisis and Western Triumphalism

Walzer, Michael
Occasional Paper No. 4: The Limits of Calculation: Hiroshima

Wang, Zheng
Occasional Paper No. 46: The Diaoyu/Senkaku Dispute as an Identity-Based Conflict: Toward Sino-Japan Reconciliation

Watanabe, Teresa
Critique, Vol. II, No. 3: School Bullying Causes Teenage Suicides

Weathers, Charles

Working Paper No. 35: Japan's Fading Labor Movement
Working Paper No. 85: Women in Japan’s Temporary Services Industry

Weiss, Linda
Critique, Vol. V, No. 4: The Myth of the Powerless State
Working Paper No. 55: The Case for an Asian Monetary Fund

Weldon, Eric
JPRI Critique Vol. XVIII No. 4: Can Strait Talk Change Your Life and Change the World?

West, Joel
Working Paper No. 7: Building Japan's Information Superhighway

White, Lynn
Occasional Paper No. 42: Remembering Chalmers Johnson

Whitney, George K.
Critique, Vol. XVII, No. 2: Rare Earth Controversy: Confusing Numbers, Consistent Strategies

Wilkins, Thomas S.
Critique, Vol. XIV, No. 1: Retribution/Nemesis: The Battle For Japan, 1944-45 by Max Hastings
Critique, Vol. XVII, No. 3: Australia and Japan: Allies in the Making
Critique, Vol. XVIII, No. 1: Taiwan-Japan Relations: Time for a New Strategic Vision?
Critique, Vol. XVIII, No. 5: Review of The Impossible State: North Korea, Past and Future
Critique, Vol. XX, No. 3: Japan’s Grand Strategy and New Strategic Partnerships

Willoughby, Randy
Working Paper No. 121: What the Fukushima? Reassessing the Future of Nuclear Power

Wolff, Alan Wm.

Critique, Vol. IV, No. 5: The Current U.S. Debate of China Policy
Critique, Vol. VIII, No. 4: American Economic Policies Toward China and Japan
Working Paper No. 6: Market Access in the Global Economy: The Problem of Cartels

Woo-Cumings, Meredith

Working Paper No. 93: South Korean Anti-Americanism

Worthington, Cynthia
Working Paper No. 58: Combating Discrimination at a Japanese University

Wright, J. Dustin
Working Paper No.112: Inserting America into Japanese History Woes
Critique, Vol. XV, No. 5: Yes, You Too Can "Win in China": An Interview with Filmmaker Ole Schell

Wright, Lincoln

Working Paper No. 8: APEC--Australia's Pragmatic Asia Policy?

Yamanaka, Keiko

Working Paper No. 88: Ana Bortz’s Law Suit and Minority Rights in Japan

Yamashita, Saburo
Critique, Vol. III, No. 3: Senso: The Japanese Remember the Pacific War

Yonetani, Julia
Working Paper No. 65: Peace Wars: The Politics of Presenting the Past in Contemporary Okinawa
Working Paper No. 71: The Okinawan Summit Seen from Below

Young, Kathryn
Working Paper No. 4: American and Indonesian Management: Creating Cultural Synergy

YU, Bin
Critique, Vol. XII, No. 5: The War Anniversaries: Harbingers of Things to Come

Zaun, Todd

Occasional Paper No. 2: Political Perspectives on The Great Hanshin Earthquake
Critique, Vol. III, No. 2: Japan’s Housing Lenders’ Crisis

Zielenziger, Michael
Critique Vol. XI No. 2: Japan’s Other Hostages



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