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1. Global IR Research Programme: From Perplexities to Progressions

2. Japan’s Border Measures during Covid-19: How the Crisis Shaped ‘Others’ to Protect the ‘Stability of Self’

3. Beyond the Quasi-Alliance? An Analysis of the Japan-Australia Special Strategic Partnership

4. A Future Projection of Post-Covid-19 in Japan: Universal Values and International Cooperation

5. Great Power Politics: The Indo-Pacific, Southeast Asia, and the Global South

6. The Return of Shuttle Diplomacy

7. The US and Japan Build Multilateral Momentum

8. Japan and South Korea as Like-Minded Partners in the Indo-Pacific

9. Japan-China Relations: A Period of Cold Peace?

10. US-Japan Relations: Ramping Up Diplomacy and Defense Cooperation

11. SOVEREIGNTY OVER THE PARACEL ISLANDS IN 1884-1945: AN APPROACH FROM THE RIVALRY BETWEEN FRANCE, CHINA, AND JAPAN

12. Russia-Ukraine War Compels Japan to Reassess China Challenge, Shift Course on Security

13. China’s Interests in North Korean Denuclearization: Reducing the Northeast Asian Security Dilemma

14. The Deficiency of Disparity: The Limits of Systemic Theory and the Need for Strategic Studies in Power Transition Theory

15. Adaptation of Law and Policy in an Aged Society: Guardianship Law and People’s Behavioural Pattern

16. To the Brighter Side. New Tendencies in Erecting Statues of Bodhisattva Jizō in Japanese Buddhist Temples

17. Introducing the Research Project “Sacred Narrative – The Political Dimension of Japanese Mythology"

18. Free Trade Agreement (FTA) through economic diplomacy strategy. Study of Indonesia-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement

19. Korean Newspapers, Korean Sovereignty over Dokdo and Ulleungdo, and Early Japanese Intrusions

20. China’s Role in Korean Security Issues

21. Japanese Non-State Actors’ Under-Recognised Contributions to the International Anti-Nuclear Weapons Movement

22. The Clash of Japan’s FOIP and China’s BRI?

23. The image of Chinese and Japanese Theatre in selected popular and artistic press printed in Poland in 1930s

24. The Pandemic and its Impact on the South Korea-Japan Identity Clash

25. The Pandemic as a Geopolitical Game Changer in the Indo-Pacific: The View from Japan

26. The Big Squeeze: Japanese Supply Chains and Great Power Competition

27. Buddhism and the Question of Relationality in International Relations

28. Journal of Advanced Military Studies: Political Warfare and Propaganda

29. Journal of Advanced Military Studies: Special Issue on Strategic Culture

30. Japan on the Borderlines: Is Japan Still a Civilian Power?

31. From Panda to Dragon: An Analysis of China’s Maritime Actions and Reactions in the East China Sea and Their Implications since 2012

32. Mobilizing Resources and Signaling Intentions: a Neoclassical Realist Analysis of Japan’s Domestic and International Instrumentalization of the Senkaku Islands Dispute and China’s Maritime Assertiveness

33. Medical Security, Covid Challenge and the U.S. - Japan Alliance

34. Journal of Advanced Military Studies: Naval Integration and the Future of Naval Warfare

35. Tariffs and Monetary Policy: A Toxic Mix

36. Joint U.S.-Korea Academic Studies 2020

37. Strategic Ambivalence: Japan’s Conflicted Response

38. Japanese Views of South Korea: Enough is Enough

39. South Korean Views of Japan: A Polarizing Split in Coverage

40. The Diplomatic Conflict between South Korea and Japan: Has the Candlelight Revolution become the Curse of Liberal Democracy?

41. Is Japan the “Britain” of East Asia? A Geopolitical Analysis of Japan’s Long-term Strategy on the Korean Peninsula

42. Spring 2020 edition of Contemporary Eurasia

43. Wartime Experiences and Indigenous Identities in the Japanese Empire

44. Japan: A Nuclear State?

45. Japan and the United States: The Future of Global Partnership

46. Dynasties and Democracy: The Inherited Incumbency Advantage in Japan, Daniel M. Smith

47. Character Reform: Egypt’s Year of Education

48. The Relationship between the United Nations Command and Japan: 1950 to 2018

49. The Origins of the Korean Language: A Linguist’s Perspective

50. The Demographic Transition Theory of War: Why Young Societies Are Conflict Prone and Old Societies Are the Most Peaceful

51. Japanese Media: Why Did the Hanoi Summit Fail and What Comes Next?

52. Why Did the Hanoi Summit Fail and What Comes Next? Coverage in Four Countries

53. Redefining U.S.-Japan Trade Relations Under Trump

54. Chinese, Russian, Japanese, and Korean Strategies for Northeast Asian Cross-Border Energy Connectivity

55. Japan's Strategy to Keep the North Koreans and Chinese Down, the Americans in, and the Russians Neutral

56. The 10th Special Measures Agreement between the U.S. and South Korea: Analysis and Implications for Northeast Asia

57. Can Memories of the Japan-Korea dispute on “Comfort Women” Resolve the Issue?

58. Hidden Memory and Memorials The Monument in Memory of the Korean Victims of the Atomic Bomb and the Remembrance of Korean Victims

59. Redefining Success for the Trump-Kim Summit

60. BALANCING AGAINST CHINA WITH THE ASIA-AFRICA GROWTH CORRIDOR: AN INDIAN-JAPANESE INITIATIVE TOWARDS THE INDO-PACIFIC

61. Fall 2018 edition of Strategic Visions

62. U.S. Embassy Tokyo Role in the Establishment of U.S.-Mongolia Relations

63. The Global Exchange (Winter 2018)

64. Epistemic frictions: radioactive fallout, health risk assessments, and the Eisenhower administration’s nuclear-test ban policy, 1954–1958

65. The negotiating process around ‘homeland level status’ reversion between Japan and Okinawa

66. Japan’s new assertiveness: institutional change and Japan’s securitization of China

67. Sending in the Cavalry: The Growing Militarization of Counterterrorism in Southeast Asia

68. The Genealogy of Culturalist International Relations in Japan and Its Implications for Post-Western Discourse

69. The U.S.-Japan-ROK Trilateral: Better at Deterrence than Diplomacy?

70. Japan in the Driver’s Seat? Reshaping the Regional Trade Order without the United States

71. Japan, Chongryon, and Sanctions

72. Japan’s international peace operations in South Sudan

73. Journal of Advanced Military Studies: Lessons Learned

74. The Japanese Experience with QE and QQE

75. General Shin Hyun-joon, Father of the Marine Corps

76. Explaining India’s Foreign Policy: From Dream to Realization of Major Power

77. Japan as an ‘Emerging Migration State’

78. US-Japan Relations and the Trump Effect

79. Abe-Xi Met; Diplomats Talked; Wait ‘Til Next Year…

80. What Goes Up, Must Come Down

81. Tokyo Transitions to Trump

82. No Pyrotechnics, No Progress

83. Running on Rivalry: Presidential Hopefuls Capitalize on Disputes

84. Both Push and Pull: Japan Steps Up in Southeast Asia

85. Transcending Hegemonic International Relations Theorization: Nothingness, Re-Worlding, and Balance of Relationship

86. Analyzing Japan’s Role in Korean Security within the Framework of the Quasi-Alliance Model

87. The Communicative Dimension and Security in Asia-Pacific: A communicative-viewing proposal for reform of the Japanese Intelligence Services

88. Interactionds Between The Japan Self-Defense Forces and the United Nations and Its Repercussion to Japan's National Security

89. The Dispatch (Winter 2016)

90. Between the Eagle and the Dragon: America, China, and Middle State Strategies in East Asia

91. Asia's Ambivalence about International Law and Institutions: Past, Present and Futures

92. North Korea in South Korea–Japan relations as a source of mutual security anxiety among democratic societies

93. Official Cooperation, Domestic Challenges

94. Summitry, Strength, and a Fourth Nuclear Test

95. Moving in the Right Direction

96. A Litigious Time of the Year

97. 2016 Opens with a Bang

98. Staying on a Test Course

99. Mostly Sanctions, Some Commerce, and Elections

100. Incremental, But Groundbreaking Steps