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Echoes of United Fruit in Japan-Korea Trade Spat
September 11, 2019

Echoes of United Fruit in Japan-Korea Trade Spat

By Justin Fendos
Should companies be legally responsible for the working conditions of their foreign laborers in other countries?

Japan’s New Imperial Era Is Announced: ‘Hesei’ Ends, ‘Reiwa’ Begins
April 03, 2019

Japan’s New Imperial Era Is Announced: ‘Hesei’ Ends, ‘Reiwa’ Begins

By Ankit Panda
As an imperial transition nears, Japan announces the name of its new era.
Imperial Japan's Naval Contributions to the First World War
July 27, 2018

Imperial Japan's Naval Contributions to the First World War

By Robert Farley
What drove the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War I?

Remembering USS Lexington's Story in the Pacific War
March 07, 2018

Remembering USS Lexington's Story in the Pacific War

By Robert Farley
USS Lexington has been found.

Lessons From How Western Intelligence Tracked Imperial Japan's Aviation Technology
September 11, 2017

Lessons From How Western Intelligence Tracked Imperial Japan's Aviation Technology

By Robert Farley
What can the United States learn from its underestimation of Japanese capabilities during the first half of the 20th century?

Imperial Japan's Southeast Asia Offensive in Retrospective
December 13, 2016

Imperial Japan's Southeast Asia Offensive in Retrospective

By Robert Farley
Imperial Japan's Southeast Asia campaign is among the most successful series of military operations ever conducted.

The Most Dangerous Problem in Asia: China-Japan Relations
August 31, 2016

The Most Dangerous Problem in Asia: China-Japan Relations

By Kerry Brown
China and Japan have a thousand year history of fighting each other. What if that pattern repeats itself?
Japan’s Emperor Hints at Abdication in Televised Address
August 08, 2016

Japan’s Emperor Hints at Abdication in Televised Address

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The ten-minute pre-recorded message was the second-ever televised address of the Emperor to the public.

International Law Won't Stop China in the South China Sea
July 20, 2016

International Law Won't Stop China in the South China Sea

By Aurelia George Mulgan
Countering power with rules is doomed to fail in the South China Sea.

Japan's Emperor Wants to Abdicate, But That May Require Legal Reforms
July 15, 2016

Japan's Emperor Wants to Abdicate, But That May Require Legal Reforms

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Emperor Akihito might want to abdicate, but other factors might prevent his wishes from coming to fruition.

It's Time for an American Film Depicting the Chinese Theater of World War II
February 15, 2016

It's Time for an American Film Depicting the Chinese Theater of World War II

By Robert Farley
Why has Hollywood shied away from films about Sino-U.S. cooperation during the Second World War?
What If Japan Had Won The Battle of Midway?
January 08, 2016

What If Japan Had Won The Battle of Midway?

By Benjamin David Baker
One of the most decisive battles of the Second World War could have ended up very differently. Be glad it didn’t though.

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