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Jeff Kingston

Jeff Kingston is Director of Asian Studies, Temple University (Japan Campus) and a Japan Focus associate. He is the author of “Burma’s Despair,” Critical Asian Studies, 40:1 (March 2008), 3-43, several recent articles on East Timor, and Japan’s Quiet Transformation: Social Change and Civil Society in the 21st Century (Routledge, 2004). He also is the editor of Natural Disaster and Nuclear Crisis in Japan: Response and Recovery after Japan’s 3/11, Routledge 2012 and the author of Contemporary Japan. (2ndedition), London:Wiley 2013.

Articles
ID Author Title
4129 Jeff Kingston
After 3.11: Imposing Nuclear Energy on a Skeptical Japanese Public 3.11以後 懐疑的な市民に原子力を押しつける
3986 Jeff Kingston
Abe’s Nuclear Energy Policy and Japan’s Future 安倍首相の原子力政策と日本の未来
3847 Jeff Kingston
Power Politics: Japan’s Resilient Nuclear Village  権力政治 跳ね返る原子力ムラ
3822 Jeff Kingston
Japan's Nuclear Village  日本の原子力ムラ
3724 Jeff Kingston
Mismanaging Risk and the Fukushima Nuclear Crisis  危険管理の誤りと福島原発危機
3610 Jeff Kingston
Ousting Kan Naoto: The Politics of Nuclear Crisis and Renewable Energy in Japan  菅直人退陣へ−−日本における核危機と再生可能エネルギー源
3496 Jeff Kingston
Justice on Trial: Japanese Prosecutors Under Fire  裁かれる司法ーー日本の検察への攻撃
3203 Jeff Kingston, Tadatoshi Akiba, Tomihisa Taue, Miguel d'Escoto Brockmann
The Nuclear Age at 64: Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the Struggle to End Nuclear Proliferation
3077 Jeff Kingston
After the Whirlwind: Post-Nargis Burma, the 2010 Elections and Prospects for Reform
2859 Jeff Kingston
Nanjing's Massacre Memorial: Renovating War Memory in Nanjing and Tokyo
2550 Jeff Kingston, Tom Hyland
Japan's Nuclear Disaster and Plans to Export Reactors to Indonesia
2380 Jeff Kingston
Convulsions of Nation-Building: Violence-ridden East Timor on the eve of elections
1706 Jeff Kingston
East Timor's Search for Justice and Reconciliation
1673 Jeff Kingston
Peace or Justice? East Timor's Troubled Road
1579 Jeff Kingston
Compensating Colonial Lepers, Slave Laborers and Hibakusha: Troubling Legacies and Evolving Standards of Postcolonial Justice in Japan
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