South Korean and Japanese Diplomatic Crisis over Comfort Women Statue

Andrew Fletcher Vol. 39 Production Editor In January 2017, Japan recalled its ambassador to South Korea. This latest setback in […]

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China’s Military Drills Over Okinawa

China’s Military Drills Over Okinawa

Virginia Koeppl Vol. 37 Associate Editor Vol. 38 Article Editor On December 26, 2015, China sent three armed vessels, one of […]

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Japan, the SDF and Collective Security: Japan’s De Facto Amendment of its Constitution

Angela Ni, Vol. 37 Associate Editor Since the end of World War II, Japan has been locked in an internal […]

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Liberalizing Electricity Markets and Divided Competition Authority: A Comparative look at Japanese and British Competition Laws

Alexandra Plutshack, Vol. 36 Associate Editor Electricity systems have traditionally always been operated as publically owned monopolies. Over the last […]

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