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2014

JPRI Critique Vol. XX No. 4 (October 2014)
Two Lectures on Japanese Ceramics
by Gordon Brodfuehrer

JPRI Critique Vol. XX No. 3 (August 2014)

Japan’s Grand Strategy and New Strategic Partnerships
by Thomas S. Wilkins

JPRI Critique Vol. XX No. 2 (February 2014)
Complicity and Responsibility: Review of The Wind Rises (Kaze Tachinu)
by Sam Coleman

JPRI Critique Vol. XX No. 1 (January 2014)
Review of Strange Stones: Dispatches from East and West by Peter Hessler
by Barbara Bundy



2013

JPRI Critique Vol. XIX No. 9 (November 2013)
Sino-Indian Strategic Relations: What Should India Do?
by David Arase


JPRI Critique Vol. XIX No. 9 (November 2013)
Sino-Indian Strategic Relations: What Should India Do?
by David Arase


JPRI Critique Vol. XIX No. 8 (November 2013)
Afghanistan’s Disappeared: Tens of Thousands Still Missing
by Fariba Nawa

JPRI Critique Vol. XIX No. 7 (October 2013)
Vietnam’s Napoleon
by Patrick Lloyd Hatcher


JPRI Critique Vol. XIX No. 6 (July 2013)
Kishore’s World
by Donald K. Emmerson, Ph.D.

JPRI Critique Vol. XIX No. 5 (July 2013)
Review: Patrick Smith’s Time No Longer: Americans After the American Century
by Sheila K. Johnson, Ph.D.

JPRI Critique Vol. XIX No. 4 (July 2013)
Hasegawa Tadashi’s Memoir of a Life Shaped by the Atomic Bomb
by Jean R. Renshaw


JPRI Critique Vol. XIX No. 3 (June 2013)
Film Review: Midnight’s Children
by Patrick Lloyd Hatcher

JPRI Critique Vol. XIX No. 2 (March 2013)
Mexico’s Elections: Is the Return of the PRI a Return to the Past?
by Arturo Santa-Cruz


JPRI Critique Vol. XIX No. 1 (January 2013)
Visions of Asia’s Past and Future Under Chinese Leadership
by David Arase



2012


JPRI Critique Vol. XVIII No. 6 (October 2012)
The Crisis over the Senkaku Islands
by David Arase


JPRI Critique Vol. XVIII No. 5 (October 2012)
Review of The Impossible State: North Korea, Past and Future
by Thomas Wilkins


JPRI Critique Vol. XVIII No. 4 (September 2012)
Can Strait Talk Change Your Life and Change the World?
by Eric Weldon

JPRI Critique Vol. XVIII No. 3 (May 2012)
Why Would the Philippines Take On China?
by David Arase


JPRI Critique Vol. XVIII, No. 2 (March 2012)
Honor in the Dust: Theodore Roosevelt, War in the Philippines, and the Rise and Fall of America's Imperial Dream
by Gregg Jones

JPRI Critique Vol. XVIII, No. 1 (February 2012)
Taiwan-Japan Relations: Time for a New Strategic Vision?
by Thomas S. Wilkins


2011

JPRI Critique Vol. XVII, No. 3 (August 2011)
Australia and Japan: Allies in the Making
by Thomas S. Wilkins

JPRI Critique Vol. XVII, No. 2 (July 2011)
Rare Earth Strategies: Confusing Numbers, Consistent Strategies
by George K. Whitney

JPRI Critique Vol. XVII, No. 1 (July 2011)
Northeastern Japan: Still an Emergency
by Barnett F. Baron



2010

JPRI Critique, Vol. XVI, No. 3 (April 2010)
Reverse Japan's insularity
by Glen S. Fukushima


JPRI Critique, Vol. XVI, No. 2 (February 2010)
Lynne Joiner's Honorable Survivor: Mao's China, McCarthy's America, and the Persecution of John S. Service
Reviewed by Suzanne Pepper

JPRI Critique, Vol. XVI, No. 1 (January 2010)
Contemplating Korean Reunification
By Peter M. Beck


2009

JPRI Critique Vol. XV, No. 5 (November 2009)
Yes, You Too Can "Win in China": An Interview with Filmmaker Ole Schell
by Dustin Wright


JPRI Critique, Vol. XV, No. 4 (November 2009)
Hatoyama's Vision for a New Japan
By John de Boer


JPRI Critique, Vol. XV, No. 3 (September 2009)
Fearing a Reprise of 1979: Japan's Primary Preoccupations in the Aftermath of Iran's 2009 Presidential Elections
John de Boer


JPRI Critique, Vol. XV, No. 2 (February 2009)
Crafting a More Effective Approach toward North Korea
by Peter M. Beck


JPRI Critique, Vol. XV, No. 1 (February 2009)
Japan - Land of the Setting Sun?
by Marshall Auerback



2008


JPRI Critique, Vol. XIV, No. 1 (May 2008)
Retribution/Nemesis: The Battle For Japan, 1944-45 by Max Hastings
Reviewed by Thomas S. Wilkins



2006


JPRI Critique, Vol. XIII, No. 2 (October 2006)
Will "Bretton Woods II" Be Caught in a Japanese-Chinese Crossfire?
By Marshall Auerback


J
PRI Critique Vol. XIII, No. 1 (January 2006)
Why the Chinese are so Anti-Japanese
by Shaohua Hu


2005

JPRI Critique Vol. XII, No. 6 (October 2005)
Japan's "New Orleans"
by Kozy Amemiya


JPRI Critique Vol. XII, No. 5 (September 2005)
The War Anniversaries: Harbingers of Things to Come
by YU Bin

JPRI Critique Vol. XII, No. 4 (August 2005)
China's Revaluation Reflects a Myriad of Competing Interests
by Marshall Auerback


JPRI Critique Vol. XII, No. 3 (April 2005)
Censorship at NHK and PBS
by Henry Laurence


JPRI Critique Vol. XII, No. 2 (March, 2005)
Last Orders for the U.S. Dollar?

by Marshall Auerback

JPRI Critique, Vol. XII, No. 1 (January 2005)
Will Japan Go Nuclear?
by Marshall Auerback


2004

JPRI Critique, Vol. XI, No. 6 (November 2004)
Imperial Bird-Droppings: A First-hand Report on the U.S. Military Helicopter Accident in Okinawa
By Darrell Y. Hamamoto

JPRI Critique, Vol XI, No. 5 (October 2004)
China Scrutinizes the Almighty Dollar
by Marshall Auerback

JPRI Critique Vol. XI, No. 4 (September 2004)
Celebrating Okinawans in Bolivia
By Kozy Amemiya

JPRI Critique Vol. XI, No. 3 (June 2004)
The Bush Administration’s Failed North Korea Policy
by Peter M. Beck

JPRI Critique Vol. XI No. 2 (May 2004)
Japan’s Other Hostages
By Michael Zielenziger

JPRI Critique Vol. XI, No. 1 (March 2004)
The Anguish of Surrender, Japanese POWs of World War II by Ulrich Straus
Reviewed by Hans Baerwald


2003

JPRI Critique, Vol X, No. 8 December 2003
Images of Aging: Ozu’s Tokyo Story (Film Classics)
by E.B. Keehn

JPRI Critique, Vol X, No. 7 November 2003
Confessions of a Foreign Correspondent
by David McNeill

JPRI Critique, Vol X, No. 6 September 2003
Thailand Wipes the IMF Slate Clean
by Marshall Auerback

JPRI Critique, Vol X, No. 5 June 2003
The Economic Costs of American Imperialism
by Marshall Auerback

JPRI Critique, Vol X, Special Report May 2003
Obituary and Comment:  Norbert Schlei and the M-Fund
by Myrna Oliver

JPRI Critique, Vol X, No. 4  May 2003
In Japan, First Left then Right
by Michael Schaller
America:  Rogue State
by Mel Gurtov

JPRI Critique, Vol X, No. 3 April 2003
It’s Time for Kim Jong-il to Visit Seoul
by Peter M. Beck
What President Roh Must Do
by Chalmers Johnson

JPRI Critique, Vol X, No. 2 February 2003
The Corruption of Think Tanks
by Steven C. Clemons

JPRI Critique, Vol X, No. 1 January 2003
The Brookings Institution and the Study of Japan
by Mindy Kotler


2002

JPRI Critique, Vol IX, No. 6 December 2002
Do As We Say, Not As We Did
by Michael Lind

JPRI Critique, Vol IX, No. 5 July 2002
Crony Capitalism Comes to America
by Marshall Auerback

JPRI Critique, Vol IX, No. 4 May 2002
Ishihara and the Politics of His Bank Tax
by Andrew DeWit and Masaru Kaneko

JPRI Critique, Vol IX, No. 3 April 2002
U.S. “Base-mania” in Central Asia
by Patrick Lloyd Hatcher

JPRI Critique, Vol IX, No. 2 March 2002
Japan’s Comfort Women, Theirs and Ours
by Murray Sayle
Reflections on the POW Lawsuits
by Steven C. Clemons

JPRI Critique, Vol IX, No. 1 February 2002
Cognitive Dissonance and the Washington Concensus
by Marshall Auerback


2001

JPRI Critique, Vol VIII, No. 7 October 2001
The San Francisco Peace Treaty Fifty Years Later: America’s Complicity in Japan’s Historical Amnesia
by Steven C. Clemons
Anniversary of a Satellite
by Chalmers Johnson

JPRI Critique, Vol VIII, No. 6 July 2001
Disney’s Pearl Harbor:  Two Views
Marketing “Pearl Harbor”
by Kozy K. Amemiya
All Art is Propaganda, but Not All Propaganda is Art
by Sheila K. Johnson

JPRI Critique, Vol VIII, No. 5 June 2001
Koizumi’s Victory:  A Blow to Change
by Sam Jameson

JPRI Critique, Vol VIII, No. 4 May 2001
American Economic Policies Toward China and Japan
by Alan Wm. Wolff

JPRI Critique, Vol VIII, No. 3 March 2001
Blindside Revisited Again
by Eamonn Fingleton

JPRI Critique, Vol VIII, No. 2 February 2001
Undemocratic Elections:  East and West
by Steve Rabson
Bribing the Bushes
by Thomas Flannigan

JPRI Critique, Vol VIII, No. 1 January 2001
Haruki Murakami and the Tokyo Gas Attack
by Murray Sayle


2000

JPRI Critique, Vol VII, No. 10 November 2000
Teaching the U.S. Military on Okinawa
by Randall Doyle

JPRI Critique, Vol VII, No. 9 October 2000
The Origins of Japan’s Economic Philosophy
by John Sagers

JPRI Critique, Vol VII, No. 8 August 2000
Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the Challenge of Chinese Reunification
by Suzanne Pepper

JPRI Critique, Vol VII, No. 7 July 2000
The Occurrence at Nogun Ri Bridge:  History and Memory
by Bruce Cumings

JPRI Critique, Vol VII, No. 6  June 2000
Zhang Yimou’s “Not One Less”:  Art, Propaganda, or Both?
by Sheila K. Johnson

JPRI Critique, Vol VII, No. 5 May 2000
Ishihara Taxes the Banks
by Andrew DeWit

JPRI Critique, Vol VII, No. 4 April 2000
Princes Mononoke:  Another Nihonjinron?
by Kozy K. Amemiya

JPRI Critique, Vol VII, No. 3 March 2000
Hatchets of the Mind
by Ivan P. Hall

JPRI Critique, Vol VII, No. 2 February 2000
Is this Base Really Necessary?
by Shunji Taoka
Further Nago Notes
by Chalmers Johnson

JPRI Critique, Vol VII, No. 1 January 2000
Some Thoughts on the Nanjing Massacre
by Chalmers Johnson


1999

JPRI Critique, Vol VI, No. 12 December 1999
An Okinawan Short Story
by Shun Medoruma (with translation by Steve Rabson)

JPRI Critique, Vol VI, No. 11 November 1999
It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Superdong; or, What the North Koreans Have Wrought
by Patrick Lloyd Hatcher

JPRI Critique, Vol VI, No. 10 October 1999
The Yasuda Arrest:  Criminal and Political Considerations
by Michael H. Fox

JPRI Critique, Vol VI, No. 9 September 1999
Three Views of the Hinomaru and Kimigayo Vote
At Last, An Official Flag and Hymn for Japan
by Patrick Smith
The Law Promotes Blind Patriotism
by Kozy K. Amemiya
Flag Anthems and National Symbols
by Sheila K. Johnson

JPRI Critique, Vol VI, No. 8 August 1999
The Big Bang and the Sokaiya
by Henry Laurence

JPRI Critique, Vol VI, No. 7 July 1999
A New U.S. Grand Strategy for the Asia-Pacific Region
by Alan Tonelson

JPRI Critique, Vol VI, No. 6 June 1999
American Intelligence Services Lose Credibility Over East Asian Security Problems
by Chalmers Johnson

JPRI Critique, Vol VI, No. 5 May 1999
The Futenma Problem
by Robert V. Hamilton

JPRI Critique, Vol VI, No. 4 April 1999
Bread, Circuses, and U.S.-Japan Issues
by E. Barry Keehn
The Uselessness of Local Autonomy
by Chalmers Johnson

JPRI Critique, Vol VI, No. 3 March 1999
U.S. Government Secrecy About Japan
by Michael Schaller
Has the U.S. Beaten Off the Japanese Challenge?
by Eamonn Fingleton

JPRI Critique, Vol VI, No. 2 February 1999
Raped (by the Cops) in Tokyo
by Raelyn Campbell
Do Asian Women Count?
by Sheila K. Johnson

JPRI Critique, Vol VI, No. 1 January 1999
Corruption by Access
by Murray Sayle


1998

JPRI Critique, Vol V, No. 11 December 1998
The LDP Takes Over in Okinawa
by JPRI Staff
Masahide Ota and the End of an Ideal
by Patrick Smith

JPRI Critique, Vol V, No. 10 November 1998
Comfort Island:  Notes on Okinawa
by Murray Sayle

JPRI Critique, Vol V, No. 9 October 1998
Gagged on the Ginza
by Ivan P. Hall
Whither Japan-Korea Relations?
 by Yong-Mok Kim

JPRI Critique, Vol V, No. 8 September 1998
Pas de Trois
by JPRI Staff
Misplaced Bets on Japan’s Leadership
by Steven C. Clemons

JPRI Critique, Vol V, No. 7 August 1998
The Mirage of Japanese Financial Reform
by Akio Mikuni

JPRI Critique, Vol V, No. 6 July 1998
The Rape of History
by Robert M. Orr, Jr.

JPRI Critique, Vol V, No. 5 June 1998
The Asian Crisis and Western Triumphalism
by Robert Wade

JPRI Critique, Vol V, No. 4 May 1998
The Myth of the Powerless State
by Linda Weiss

JPRI Critique, Vol V, No. 3 March 1998
Okinawan Activists in Their Own Words
Nago Citizens Act Against the Nago Heliport: A Brief Chronology
by Miyagi Yasuhiro
Human Rights Violations and Environmental Destruction Caused by Stationing U.S. Troops in Okinawa
by Takazato Suzuyo
On One-tsubo Antiwar Landlords
by Arasaki Moriteru

JPRI Critique, Vol V, No. 2 February 1998
Accessing the Japanese Agricultural Market:  Still an International Issue?
by Aurelia George Mulgan
The Korean Economic Crisis:  The Result of Under-Regulation
by Ha-Joon Chang

JPRI Critique, Vol V, No. 1 January 1998
U.S.-Japan Defense Contradictions and the Nago Plebiscite
by JPRI Staff


1997

JPRI Critique, Vol IV, No. 10 November 1997
The Dilemma of North Korea’s Japanese Wives
by Yong Mok Kim
To Mine or Not to Mine
by Patrick Lloyd Hatcher

JPRI Critique, Vol IV, No. 9 October 1997
The Chrysanthemum Club Seizes the American Embassy, Tokyo
by Chalmers Johnson
Sad Lives:  A Tale of Two Princesses
by Sheila K. Johnson

JPRI Critique, Vol IV, No. 8 September 1997
Promoting a Soft Landing in Korea
by Selig S. Harrison
Potential Fallout from the New U.S.-Japan Defense Guidelines
by Chalmers Johnson

JPRI Critique, Vol IV, No. 7 August 1997
Political Arena No Place for U.S. Marines
by Robert V. Hamilton
More Like Us?
by Glen S. Fukushima

JPRI Critique, Vol IV, No. 6 July 1997
The Long Arm of the State
by Sheldon Garon
The Japan That Doesn’t Know What to Say
by Richard J. Samuels

JPRI Critique, Vol IV, No. 5 June 1997
The Current U.S. Debate of China Policy
by Alan Wm. Wolff

JPRI Critique, Vol IV, No. 4 May 1997
Remembering the Past
by Patrick Smith
The Nasty Japs Again:  War Memories and the Movies
by Sheila K. Johnson

JPRI Critique, Vol IV, No. 3 March 1997
Blindside Revisited
by Eamonn Fingleton

JPRI Critique, Vol IV, No. 2 February 1997
Special Report:  Okinawa and the American Military
Why Are American Troops Still in Okinawa?
by Chalmers Johnson
Supreme Court of Japan Testimony on U.S. Troop Presence
by Governor Masahide Ota

JPRI Critique, Vol IV, No. 1 January 1997
U.S. Propoganda Efforts in Postwar Japan
by David E. Kaplan
Hypocrisy
by Chalmers Johnson


1996

JPRI Critique, Vol III, No. 8 November 1996
Competitiveness and Industrial Policy:  East and West
by Alice Amsden and JPRI Staff

JPRI Critique, Vol III, No. 7 October 1996
Okinawa Update:  Japan Policy Research Institute Special Report
by JPRI Staff

JPRI Critique, Vol III, No. 6 September 1996
American Military Bases in San Diego and Okinawa
by Chalmers Johnson
No Double View of Japan
by Glen S. Fukushima

JPRI Critique, Vol III, No. 5 May 1996
A Future for Japanese Women Managers?
by Jean R. Renshaw
Role Narcissism and Suicide in Japan
by Sheila K. Johnson

JPRI Critique, Vol III, No. 4 April 1996
Japan and the U.S. Suffer a Security Imbalance
by Tatou Takahama
Japanese Security Policy:  Stuck in a Time-Warp
by Edith Terry

JPRI Critique, Vol III, No. 3 March 1996
Senso:  The Japanese Remember the Pacific War
by Frank Gibney, Okada Chuken, Sasaki Sentaro, Yamashita Saburo, and Kawano Masato

JPRI Critique, Vol III, No. 2 February 1996
Japan’s Housing Lenders’ Crisis
by Mayumi Otsuma, Ken Ellis, Todd Zaun, Andrew Morse, and Norie Kuboyama

JPRI Critique, Vol III, No. 1 January 1996
The U.S. Government’s Photographic Film and Paper Case Against the Government of Japan
by Charles Lake


1995

JPRI Critique, Vol II, No. 10 December 1995
Group-Think Meets Individualism:  The Saga of Dr. Masao Miyamoto and the Japanese Bureaucracy
by JPRI Staff and Masao Miyamoto

JPRI Critique, Vol II, No. 9 October 1995
Opening Up Japan to American Lawyers
by Thomas Flannigan

JPRI Critique, Vol II, No. 8 September 1995
Needed:  A Japan Strategy
by Chalmers Johnson

JPRI Critique, Vol II, No. 7 July 1995
State Suppression of New Religions in Prewar Japan and Its Lessons for Today
by Sheldon Garon
Aum Shinrikyo and Oklahoma
by Sheila K. Johnson

JPRI Critique, Vol II, No. 6 June 1995
Japan Adrift Without Moral Mission
by Steven C. Clemons
Addressing Japan’s Cartels of the Minds
by Ambassador Walter F. Mondale

JPRI Critique, Vol II, No. 5 May 1995
American Inertia and Drift in Asia
by Alan Tonelson

JPRI Critique, Vol II, No. 4 April 1995
A Glimpse into the Abyss:  The Life of a Keiretsu Contractor
by Tamae Prindle
Tom Clancy’s Debt of Honor
by Sheila K. Johnson

JPRI Critique, Vol II, No. 3 March 1995
School Bullying Causes Teenage Suicides
by Teresa Watanabe
Holocaust Denial in Japan:  Marco Polo Demonstrates Insensitivity
by Tatou Takahama

JPRI Critique, Vol II, No. 2 February 1995
American Press Illusions About Japanese Politics
by Steven K. Vogel

JPRI Critique, Vol II, No. 1 January 1995
A Spark in North Korea:  “This Tragic Loss of Life was Unnecessary”
by Chalmers Johnson
Denying History:  Cancelling the A-Bomb Stamp and Prospects for U.S.-Japan Relations in 1995
by Sheila K. Johnson


1994

JPRI Critique, Vol I, No. 2 December 1994
Japanese Cartels Still Block Imports
by Mark Tilton
Tokyo Bureaucrats Rule as Leaders Come and Go
by E.B. Keehn

JPRI Critique, Vol I, No. 1 November 1994
Perspective on Violence:  Explaining America to the Japanese
by Sheila K. Johnson
How to Open a Rice Market and Still Keep it Closed
by Ulrike Schaede



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