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2015

JPRI Working Paper No. 123 (October 2015)
Strait Talk: Youth-Led Civil Society Dialogues Across the Taiwan Strait
by Tatsushi Arai

2014

JPRI Working Paper No. 122 (January 2014)
The End of Privacy: 9/11 and the Ascendancy of the Surveillance State
by Richard M. Abrams

2013

JPRI Working Paper No. 121 (October 2013)
“What the Fukushima! Reassessing the Future of Nuclear Power”
by Randy Willoughby

JPRI Working Paper No. 120 (September 2013)
Not War/Not Peace: The Korean Armistice Under a Nuclear Shadow
by Bruce Cumings

JPRI Working Paper No. 119 (September 2013)
Northeast Asian Economic Cooperation in Perspective: The Future Has Never Been Brighter
by David Arase

2012

JPRI Working Paper No. 118 (November 2012)
Information Technology in North Korea: A Double-Edged Sword
by Scott Thomas Bruce


2010


JPRI Working Paper No. 117 (September 2010)
Transitional Justice in Cambodia's Internationalized Court
by John D. Ciorciari

JPRI Working Paper No. 116 (March 2010)
Pacific Pushback: Can Japan Say No to Washington?
by John Feffer



2009

JPRI Working Paper No. 115 (March 2009)
The Rebirth of Minjian Waijiao: China’s Popular Diplomacy toward Japan
by James Reilly


JPRI Working Paper No. 11
4 (January 2009)
International Politics and The Mess in Myanmar
By John D. Ciorciari



2007

JPRI Working Paper No. 113 (November 2007)
China and Brazil: Commercial Success Amidst International Tensions
by Loro Horta


JPRI Working Paper No. 112 (August 2007)
Inserting America into Japanese History Woes
by J. Dustin Wright


JPRI Working Paper No. 111, (February 2007)

China's Dollars Versus America's Guns
by Marshall Auerback



2006


JPRI Working Paper 110 (October 2006)
The Japanese-American Renunciants: Due Process and the Danger of Making Laws During Times of Fear
by Ellen Clare Kennedy

JPRI Working Paper No. 109   (April 2006)
The BOJ Talks The Talk (But Will It Walk The Walk?)
by Marshall Auerback


2005

JPRI Working Paper No. 108 (November 2005)
"Enlightenment Guaranteed" Meets The Liberal Democratic Party: Teaching about Japan through Film
by E. B. Keehn

Working Paper No. 107 (June 2005)
History Redux: Japan’s Textbook Battle Reignites
by David McNeill


JPRI Working Paper No. 106 (May 2005)
Civil War in China: The Final Phase
by Suzanne Pepper

JPRI Working Paper No. 105 (March 2005)
No Longer the "Lone" Superpower: Coming to Terms with China
by Chalmers Johnson


JPRI Working Paper No. 104 (February 2005)
Korea’s Unrecognized Corporate Scandal: The Absence of Women Managers
by Jean R. Renshaw and Joohee Lee

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2004

JPRI Working Paper No. 103 (September 2004)
In the Miura Listening Room: Radio Surveillance under Japan’s “Friendly Authoritarianism”
by Desmond Ball and Richard Tanter

JPRI Working Paper No. 102 (August 2004)
Japan’s Quest for Entrepreneurialism: the Cluster Plan
by Kathryn Ibata-Arens

JPRI Working Paper No. 101 (June 2004)
The North Korea Abduction Issue and Its Effect on Japanese Domestic Politics
by Eric Johnston

JPRI Working Paper 100 (May 2004)
Nepal and the “War on Terror”
by Ron Bevacqua

JPRI Working Paper No. 99 (March 2004)
Politics, Security Policy, and Japan’s Cabinet Legislation Bureau: Who Elected These Guys, Anyway?
by Richard J. Samuels

JPRI Working Paper No. 98 (February 2004)
Nonliberal Capitalism in the Information Age:  Japan and the Politics of Telecommunications Reform
by Mark Tilton
 
JPRI Working Paper No. 97 (January 2004)
Three Rapes:  The Status of Forces Agreement and Okinawa
by Chalmers Johnson

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2003

JPRI Working Paper No. 96 (December 2003)
Can Japan Change Governments?
by Sam Jameson
 
JPRI Working Paper No. 95 (November 2003)
The Japanese Automobile Industry in China
by Walter Arnold
 
JPRI Working Paper No. 94 (September 2003)
Making Some Sense of the Japanese Economy
by Edward J. Lincoln
 
JPRI Working Paper No. 93 (July 2003)
South Korean Anti-Americanism
by Meredith Woo-Cumings
 
JPRI Working Paper No. 92 (June 2003)
Emperor Hirohito in 20th Century History: The Debate Rekindles
by Herbert P. Bix
 
JPRI Working Paper No. 91 (January 2003)
North Korea: Coming in From theCold?
by Gavan McCormack

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2002

JPRI Working Paper No. 90 (November 2002)
Reinventing Population Problems in Okinawa:  Emigration as a Tool of American Occupation
by Kozy Amemiya
 
JPRI Working Paper No. 89  (October 2002)
The Makiko-Junichiro Show
by Murray Sayle
 
JPRI Working Paper No. 88  (September 2002)
Ana Bortz’s Law Suit and Minority Rights in Japan
by Keiko Yamanaka
 
JPRI Working Paper No. 87   (August 2002)
Burma's Japanese Interlude, 1941-45: Did Japan Liberate Burma?
by Donald M. Seekins
 
JPRI Working Paper No. 86   (June 2002)
Corruption and Bribery in Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs: The Case of Muneo Suzuki
by Axel Berkofsky
 
JPRI Working Paper No. 85   (March 2002)
Women in Japan’s Temporary Services Industry
by Charles Weathers
 
JPRI Working Paper No. 84   (February 2002)
Dutch Civilian Compensation from Japan and the American Dilemma
by Linda Goetz Holmes

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2001

JPRI Working Paper No. 83  (December 2001)
Kishi and Corruption: An Anatomy of the 1955 System
by Richard J. Samuels

JPRI Working Paper No. 82  (November 2001)
POW Forced Labor Lawsuits Against Japanese Companies
by Kinue Tokudome

JPRI Working Paper No. 81  (October 2001)
Arthritic Japan: The Slow Pace of Economic Reform
by Edward J. Lincoln

JPRI Working Paper No. 80   (September 2001)
Whatever Happened to the Japanese Miracle?
by Marie Anchordoguy

JPRI Working Paper No. 79  (July 2001)
Japan's Neo-Nationalism: The Role of the Hinomaru and Kimigayo Legislation
by Mayumi Itoh

JPRI Working Paper No. 78   (June 2001)
A Just Peace? The 1951 San Francisco Peace Treaty in Historical Perspective
by John Price

JPRI Working Paper No. 77  (May 2001)
Japan's Responsibility Toward Comfort Women Survivors
by C. Sarah Soh

JPRI Working Paper No. 76  (April 2001)
Bureaucratic Corruption in Japan
by David T. Johnson

JPRI Working Paper No. 75  (March 2001)
The Importance of Being Japanese in Bolivia
by Kozy Amemiya

JPRI Working Paper No. 74  (February 2001)
What's Wrong with Japanese Basic Science?
by Sam Coleman

JPRI Working Paper No. 73  (January 2001)
Postwar Japan's "Hard" and "Soft Nationalism"
by Brian J. McVeigh

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2000

JPRI Working Paper No. 72  (October 2000)
Shedding The Unwanted: Japan's Emigration Policy
by Toake Endoh

JPRI Working Paper No. 71  (September 2000)
The Okinawan Summit Seen from Below
by Gavan McCormack and Julie Yonetani

JPRI Working Paper No. 70  (August 2000)
The World Bank and Japan: How Godzilla of the Ginza and King Kong of H Street Got Hitched
by Edith Terry

JPRI Working Paper No. 69  (July 2000)
Korean Voluntary Associations in Japanese Civil Society
by Erin Aeran Chung

JPRI Working Paper No. 68  (June 2000)
Why Japan Cannot Deregulate Its Financial System
by Akio Mikuni

JPRI Working Paper No. 67  (May 2000)
The Japanese Communist Party and Its Transformations
by Peter Berton

JPRI Working Paper No. 66  (April 2000)
Sex Saddens A Clever Princess
by Murray Sayle

JPRI Working Paper No. 65  (February 2000)
Peace Wars: The Politics of Presenting the Past in Contemporary Okinawa
by Julia Yonetani

JPRI Working Paper No. 64  (January 2000)
Australia-Indonesia Relations After the East Timor Upheaval
by Nancy Viviani

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1999

JPRI Working Paper No. 63   (December 1999)
Saying No to "Socialism:" The New Politics of the Income Tax in Japan
by Andrew DeWit

JPRI Working Paper No. 62  (November 1999)
The Chinese Diaspora, Mongolia and the Sino-Russian Frontier
by Robert Bedeski

JPRI Working Paper No. 61  (October 1999)
The Showa Emperor and Japan's Postwar Imperial Democracy
by John W. Dower

JPRI Working Paper No. 60   (September 1999)
Japan's "Burma Lovers" and the Military Regime
by Donald M. Seekins

JPRI Working Paper No. 59  (July 1999)
The Business of Survival: High-Tech Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Japan
by Kathryn C. Ibata-Arens

JPRI Working Paper No. 58  (June 1999)
Combating Discrimination at a Japanese University
by Cynthia Worthington

JPRI Working Paper No. 57  (May 1999)
Can Japan Ever Take Leadership? The View from Indonesia
by Andrew MacIntyre

JPRI Working Paper No. 56  (April 1999)
Whither Trade Policy with Japan?
by Edward J. Lincoln

JPRI Working Paper No. 55  (March 1999)
The Case for an Asian Monetary Fund
by John A. Mathews and Linda Weiss

JPRI Working Paper No. 54   (February 1999)
Japan's Emerging Civic Culture: A Product Liability Law Study Group
by Leila Madge

JPRI Working Paper No. 53   (January 1999)
Economic Cooperation in the Region Where China, Russia, and North Korea Meet
by David Arase

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1998

JPRI Working Paper No. 52  (December 1998)
The Political Economy of Hong Kong Since Reversion to China
by Christopher Howe

JPRI Working Paper No. 51  (November 1998)
The Faltering Economic Reforms of South Korea
by Robert J. Myers

JPRI Working Paper No. 50  (October 1998)
Crisis? What Crisis?
by Edith Terry

JPRI Working Paper No. 49  (September 1998)
Fallen Political Leadership in Japan: Will a New Party Eventually Emerge?
by Mayumi Itoh

JPRI Working Paper No. 48  (July 1998)
The Battle of Okinawa in Japanese History Books
by Koji Taira

JPRI Working Paper No. 47  (June 1998)
KMT, Inc. Party Capitalism in a Developmental State
by Karl J. Fields

JPRI Working Paper No. 46  (May 1998)
Fashioning a New Korean Model Out of the Crisis
by John A. Mathews

JPRI Working Paper No. 45  (April 1998)
Okinawan Dilemmas: Coral Islands or Concrete Islands?
by Gavan McCormack

JPRI Working Paper No. 44  (April 1998)
Why Japan Can't Reform Its Economy
by Akio Mikuni

JPRI Working Paper No. 43  (March 1998)
How Rich Japan Misled Poor Asia
by Murray Sayle

JPRI Working Paper No. 42  (February 1998)
Political Reform in Japan: Is It Becoming More Democratic?
By David Arase

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1997

JPRI Working Paper No. 41  (December 1997)
Nokyo: A Short Cultural History
By Robert Bullock

JPRI Working Paper No. 40  (November 1997)
A Veteran American Journalist Looks at the Japanese Media
By Sam Jameson

JPRI Working Paper No. 39  (October 1997)
Japan's Big Bang: Illusions and Reality
By Akio Mikuni

JPRI Working Paper No. 38  (October 1997)
Holocaust Denial à la Japonaise
By Gavan McCormack

JPRI Working Paper No. 37  (September 1997)
Positive and Negative Aspects of U.S.-Asian Economic Relations
By Clyde V. Prestowitz, Jr.

JPRI Working Paper No. 36  (August 1997)
Administrative Reform: Searching for the "Hashimoto Vision"
By Ronald Bevacqua

JPRI Working Paper No. 35  (July 1997)
Japan's Fading Labor Movement
By Charles Weathers

JPRI Working Paper No. 34  (June 1997)
Why the Wicked Sleep: The Prosecution of Political Corruption in Postwar Japan
By David T. Johnson

JPRI Working Paper No. 33  (May 1997)
Absent Fathers, Feminized Sons, Selfish Mothers and Disobedient Daughters: Revisiting The Japanese Ie Household
By Tomoko Hamada

JPRI Working Paper No. 32 (April 1997)
The Buddha Bites Back
By Murray Sayle

JPRI Working Paper No. 31 (March 1997)
The Japanese-American Security Treaty Without a U.S. Military Presence
By Shunji Taoka

JPRI Working Paper No. 30 (February 1997)
Deconstructing the Japanese HIV Scandal
By Eric A. Feldman

JPRI Working Paper No. 29 (January 1997)
Japan's Amoeba Politics
By Sam Jameson

JPRI Working Paper No. 28 (January 1997)
The Okinawan Charade
The United States, Japan and Okinawa: Conflict and Compromise,1995-96
By Koji Taira
An Idea and a Policy That Just Won't Float
By Robert V. Hamilton

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1996

JPRI Working Paper No. 27  (December 1996)
The Japan Lobby: An Introduction
By Robert Angel

JPRI Working Paper No. 26  (November 1996)
Information Technology and Political Control in Singapore
By Garry Rodan

JPRI Working Paper No. 25 (October 1996)
The Bolivan Connection: U.S. Bases and Okinawan Emigration
By Kozy K. Amemiya

JPRI Working Paper No. 24 (September 1996)
Foreign Teachers in Japanese Universities: An Update
Compiled By JPRI Staff

JPRI Working Paper No. 23 (August 1996)
Mental Castration, the HIV Scandal, and the Japanese Bureaucracy
By Masao Miyamoto

JPRI Working Paper No. 22 (July 1996)
Nationalism and the Market: China as a Superpower
By Chalmers Johnson

JPRI Working Paper No. 21 (June 1996)
Afterbubble: Fizz and Concrete in Japan's Political Economy
By Gavan McCormack

JPRI Working Paper No. 20 (May 1996)
Korean Scandal, or American Scandal?
By Bruce Cumings

JPRI Working Paper No. 19 (April 1996)
Aum Shinrikyo and the Japanese Media
By Helen Hardacre

JPRI Working Paper No. 18 (April 1996)
Japan's Press Clubs as Information Cartels
By Laurie A. Freeman

JPRI Working Paper No. 17 (March 1996)
The Left in Japanese Politics: Is There Movement Toward a Third Pole?
By Lonny E. Carlile

JPRI Working Paper No. 16 (February 1996)
The Okinawan Rape Incident and the End of the Cold War in East Asia
By Chalmers Johnson

JPRI Working Paper No. 15 (January 1996)
Japan as a Technological Superpower
By Richard J. Samuels

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1995

JPRI Working Paper No. 14 (November 1995)
After Liberalism: What if Confucianism Becomes the Hegemonic Ethic of the Twenty-first Century?
By Richard Madsen

JPRI Working Paper No. 13 (October 1995)
U.S.-Australia Relations and the Rise of Southeast Asia
By Andrew MacIntyre

JPRI Working Paper No. 12 (September 1995)
The End of the "Special" U.S.-Japan Relationship
By John W. Dower

JPRI Working Paper No. 11 (July 1995)
Special Report: The CIA and Japanese Politics
By Chalmers Johnson, Norbert A. Schlei, and Michael Schaller

JPRI Working Paper No. 10 (June 1995)
How Asia Got Rich: World Bank vs. Japanese Industrial Policy
By Edith Terry

JPRI Working Paper No. 9 (May 1995)
Academic Apartheid Revisted
By Ivan P. Hall

JPRI Working Paper No. 8 (April 1995)
APEC--Australia's Pragmatic Asia Policy?
By Lincoln Wright

JPRI Working Paper No. 7 (February 1995)
Building Japan's Information Superhighway
By Joel West

JPRI Working Paper No. 6 (January 1995)
Market Access in the Global Economy: The Problem of Cartels
By Alan Wm. Wolff

JPRI Working Paper No. 5 (January 1995)
The U.S.-Japan Trade Agreement of September 1994: Contending Views of Believer and Skeptic
High Government Official vs. Pensioner of Cardiff

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1994

JPRI Working Paper No. 4  (November 1994)
American and Indonesian Management: Creating Cultural Synergy
By Kathryn Young
Japanese-Style Management Revisited
By Chalmers Johnson

JPRI Working Paper No. 3  (October 1994)
Strengths and Weaknesses of Education in Japan
By Masao Kunihiro
Academic Apartheid at Japan's National Universities
By Ivan P. Hall

JPRI Working Paper No. 2  (September 1994)
The Mutual Understanding Industry: Three Views on the Shaping of American Perspectives on Japan
By Robert Angel, Ivan P. Hall, Ronald A. Morse

JPRI Working Paper No. 1  (August 1994)
Japan Studies Under Attack: How Rational Choice Theory is Undermining America's Understanding of the World
By Steven Clemons

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