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2015

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 52 (May 2015)
Burma: A Journey Within
By Charlie Costello

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 51
(March 2015)
David Park and Bay Area Figuration
By Nancy Boas


2014

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 50 (June 2014)
Bringing Clean Water to Ellandoppu, India
By Peter Coughlan


JPRI Occasional Paper No. 49 (June 2014)
Eternal Harvest: The Legacy of American Bombs in Laos
By Karen J. Coates and Jerry Redfern


JPRI Occasional Paper No. 48 (January 2014)
An Uneasy Strategic Triangle: the Troubled China-India Relationship and U.S. Asia Policy
By Brahma Chellaney



2013

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 47 (October 2013)
The Growing Strategic Relevance of Asia: Implications for NATO
By NATO Parliamentary Assembly

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 46 (July 2013)
The Diaoyu/Senkaku Dispute as an Identity-Based Conflict: Toward Sino-Japan Reconciliation
By Tatsushi Arai and Zheng Wang

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 45 (June 2013)
Water, Peace, and War: Confronting the Global Water Crisis
By Brahma Chellaney


JPRI Occasional Paper No. 44 (June 2013)
Restoring the California Dream: Jerry Brown’s Political Reboot *
By James Fallows


JPRI Occasional Paper No. 43 (May 2013)
Balancing Development and State in the ‘Developmental State’: The Case of China’s Auto Industry
By G. E. Anderson *


JPRI Occasional Paper No. 42 (April 2013)
Remembering Chalmers Johnson
Association for Asian Studies Conference Panel



2012

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 41 (July 2012)
Facing Fukushima
by Peter Blakely

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 40 (May 2012)
Chal: An Intellectual Memoir
by Sheila K. Johnson


JPRI Occasional Paper No. 39 (May 2012)
The Myth of Change-Resistant Japan
by John W. Dower


JPRI Occasional Paper No. 38 (May 2012)
Race for Empire: Koreans as Japanese and Japanese as Americans during World War II
by Tak Fujitani



2007


JPRI Occasional Paper No. 37 (October 2007)
Risk vs Uncertainty: The Cause of the Current Financial Crisis
By Marshall Auerback



2006

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 36 (June 2006)
A Wild Start: Okinawa in the 1970s
By David R. Crews


2005

JPRI Occasional Paper 35, September 2005
Prewar, Occupation, and Post-Occupation Japan: Three Vignettes
by Peter Berton

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 34 (August 2005)
About Area Studies and Japan
A Dialogue Between Chalmers Johnson and Hidenori Ijiri



2004


JPRI Occasional Paper No. 33 (October 2004)
Art and Exchange at Sugamo Prison, 1945–52: Visual Communication in American-occupied Japan
by Bill Barrette

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 32 (July 2004)
Chrysanthemum's Strange Life: Ruth Benedict in Postwar Japan

by Sonia Ryang


2003

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 31 (May 2003)
Some Thoughts on the Korean-American Relationship
by Bruce Cumings

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 30 (April 2003)
Warning from History: Don’t Expect Democracy in Iraq
by John Dower

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 29 (February 2003)
The Occupation of Japan as an Exercise in “Regime Change”: Reflections after Fifty Years by a Participant
by Hans Baerwald


2002

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 28 (December 2002)
Japan and the U.S.:  Sidelining the Heterodox
by Ivan P. Hall

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 27 (July 2002)
Postwar Japan - A Reminiscence
by Hans H. Baerwald

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 26 (May 2002)
A Prison-Camp Memoir
by Nancy Kinnes Matthews

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 25 (April 2002)
The Continuation of the Cold War and the Advent of American Militarism
by Chalmers Johnson

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 24 (January 2002)
Okinawa Between the United States and Japan
by Chalmers Johnson


2001

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 23 (September 2001)
Of Sex, Okinawa, and American Foreign Policy
by Sheila K. Johnson

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 22 (August 2001)
Japanese "Capitalism" Revisited
by Chalmers Johnson

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 21 (April 2001)
Thailand's Election: More Signs of Backlash Against the West
by Marshall Auerback

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 20 (February 2001)
The Armitage Report: Reading Between the Lines
by Steven C. Clemons


2000

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 19 (December 2000)
The Three Cold Wars
by Chalmers Johnson

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 18 (November 2000)
The Importance of Yoko Ono
by Murray Sayle

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 17 (September 2000) 
Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan
by Herbert P. Bix

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 16 (March 2000)
Foreclosing A Japanese Hong Kong: Okinawa, 1967-1972
by Thomas R. Howell


1999

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 15 (August 1999)
Dilemmas of Development on The Ogasawara Islands
by Gavan McCormack


1998

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 14 (June 1998)
The U.S. General Accounting Office's Report on the Proposed Marine Corps Floating Heliport Off Okinawa
by Chalmers Johnson

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 13 (May 1998)
Being "Japanese" in Brazil and Okinawa
by Kozy K. Amemiya

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 12 (March 1998)
Internet Cryptography: Does Japan Have a Role?
by Jesse S. Casman

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 11 (February 1998)
Okinawa, Then and Now
By Mike Millard

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 10 (January 1998)
Machiavellian Politics and Japanese Ideals: The Enigma of Japanese Power Eight Years Later
By Michael Mosher


1997

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 9 (September 1997)
The Japanese Way of Death: A Funeral in Sapporo
By David Aldwinkle


1996

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 8 (October 1996)
Assimilation Policy in Okinawa: Promotion, Resistance, and "Reconstruction"
By Steve Rabson

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 7 (May 1996)
South Korea's Academic Lobby
By Bruce Cumings


1995

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 6 (November 1995)
The Jews and the Japanese: Cultural Traits and Common Values
By Ben-Ami Shillony

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 5 (September 1995)
The YS-11 Project and Japan's Aerospace Potential
By Stephen C. Mercado

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 4 (August 1995)
The Limits of Calculation: Hiroshima
By Michael Walzer

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 3 (May 1995)
Fund-Raising in Japan: A Sasakawa Saga
By Hans H Baerwald

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 2 (March 1995)
Political Perspectives on The Great Hanshin Earthquake
By Glen Fukushima, Yong Mok Kim, Andrew Morse, Robert M. Orr, Jr., Todd Zaun


1994

JPRI Occasional Paper No. 1 (November 1994)
Paving Over the Kansai
By Gavan McCormack
On Dango: The Famous "Yokosuka Navy Base Toilet Job"
By Tom Logan

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