Publications

2018
Yamao, Shiori, and Keigo Komamura. “Shin no Rikkenshugi to Kenpō Kaisei no Kakushin.” In Rikkenteki Kaiken. Tokyo: Chikuma shobō, 2018.
Nakano, Koichi. “In Japan, Too, Outrageous Is the New Normal.” The New York Times, 2018. Article URL
Soeya, Yoshihide, Tastuhiko Yamamoto, and Kiyofumi Iwata. “Kenpō "jieitai" meikian dō miru? .” The Yomiuri Shimbun, 2018. Download PDF
Komamura, Keigo. “Kokka ga katari Hajimeta toki no risuku.” The Asahi Shimbun, 2018. Download PDF
Dudden, Alexis, Joan E. Cho, and Mary Alice Haddad. “The goal in Korea should be peace and trade – not unification.” The Conversation (2018). Article URL
Dudden, Alexis. “[Interview] University of Connecticut professor praises SK Foreign Ministry Task Force Efforts on Comfort Women Agreement.” The Hankyoreh, 2018. Article URL
Chen, Weitseng. “Twins of Opposites: Why China Will Not Follow Taiwan's Model of Rule of Law Transition Toward Democracy.” American Journal of Comparative Law, American Journal of Comparative Law 66, no. 3 (2018). Article URL
2017
Komamura, Keigo. “Constitution and Narrative in the Age of Crisis in Japanese Politics.” The Washington International Law Journal (2017). Article URL
Komamura, Keigo. “Kenpō 9-jō no mittsu no meiun to wa.” Web Ronza, 2017. Article URL
Chen, Weitseng. The Beijing Consensus? How China Has Changed the Western Ideas of Law and Economic Development. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017. Article URL
Nakano, Kōichi. “The Right-Wing Media and the Rise of Illiberal Politics in Japan.” In Press Freedom in Contemporary Japan, edited by Jeff Kingston, 30-39. New York: Routledge, 2017.
Nakako, Kōichi. “History, Politics and Identity in Japan.” In Identity, Trust and Reconciliation in East Asia: Dealing with Painful History to Create a Peaceful Present, edited by Kevin P. Clements. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.
Smith, Sheila A.Abe’s Win and Japan’s Constitutional Debate.” The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), Expert Brief, 2017. Article URL Article PDF
Rich, Motoko. “Resignations in Japan Set Back Hopes for Women in Political Power.” The New York Times, 2017, (with citations by Smith, Sheila A. and Miura, Mari et al.). Article URL
Soeya, Yoshihide. Nihon no gaikō: "sengo" o yomi toku. Tokyo: Chikuma shobō, 2017.
Nakano, Kōichi. “The Death of Liberalism in Japan.” The New York Times, 2017. Article URL
Tanaka, Miya. “Fate of Japan's Pacifist Charter in Spotlight after Election.” Kyōdō News, 2017, (with citations by Komamura, Keigo). Article URL
Dudden, Alexis. “Revolution by Candlelight: How South Koreans Toppled a Government.” Dissent, 2017. Article URL
Hardacre, Helen. Shinto: A History. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.
Lee, Christina. “Why North Korean Missile Tests are a “Gift” for Shinzo Abe: Historian Alexis Dudden Says DPRK Provocations Provide Justification for Tokyo's New Militarism.” NK News, 2017. Article URL

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