Recent Articles Grassroots Fascism: The War Experience of the Japanese People Long Journey Home: A Moment of Japan-Korea Remembrance and Reconciliation War Remembrance in Japan’s Buddhist Cemeteries, Part II: Transforming War Criminals into Martyrs: “True Words” on Mt. Kōya Yokohama Street Life: The Precarious Life of a Japanese Day Laborer A ‘Great Reversal’ in China? Coal continues to decline with enforcement of environmental laws A Chronicle of My American Journey: The Things I Learned A Reflection on Uemura Takashi’s Talk at UCLA Talking Points: Brief Thoughts on the Discussion with Uemura Takashi at NYU Reflections on the Symposium at Marquette University: “Integrity of Memory: ‘Comfort Women’ in Focus” The Impact of “Comfort Woman” Revisionism on the Academy, the Press, and the Individual: Symposium on the U.S. Tour of Uemura Takashi Volcanic Hazards as Components of Complex Systems: The Case of Japan Australian, British, Dutch and U.S. POWs: Living under the shadow of the Nagasaki Bomb Hiroshima Mon Amour The Politics of Reconstruction and Reconciliation in U.S-Japan Relations—Dismantling the Atomic Bomb Ruins of Nagasaki’s Urakami Cathedral Crossing Borders: a feminist history of Women Cross DMZ Entangled Memories: Israel, Japan and the Emergence of Global Memory Culture History Haunts Japan’s Prime Minister Abe Jeff Kingston on Prime Minister Abe's view of history as Japan approaches the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. War Remembrance in Japan’s Buddhist Cemeteries, Part I: Kannon Hears the Cries of War You Don't Want to Know About the Girls? The 'Comfort Women', the Japanese Military and Allied Forces in the Asia-Pacific War Still Uninvestigated After 50 Years: Did the U.S. Help Incite the 1965 Indonesia Massacre?