Forthcoming Issue

September 2019

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TO BE ANNOUNCED

Our September issue will comprise two special sections. In the first, we reintroduce our occasional “Enduring Issues, Changing Perspectives” themed section in which we revisit an article from the past pages of our journal that has attracted significant attention (in this case, Paul Bowles’ “ASEAN, AFTA and the New Regionalism” from our June 1997 issue [70:2]). Despite the passage of time, we felt this article had some enduring potential to inform readers about the topic with which it deals, and is able still to generate controversy and contention. To comment and offer their perspectives on this past article, its influence, and its relevancy today, we have invited three prominent scholars in the field: Mark Beeson (University of Western Australia), Jürgen Rüland (University of Freiburg), and Richard Stubbs (McMaster University). Finally, the author himself (Paul Bowles) weighs in and offers his own retrospective.

Next,  we are excited to offer a special section of analysis on four recent elections in Asia: those in India, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand. Each essay is authored by an authority in the politics of the given country and our hope is that they provide readers with timely, concise, and well-reasoned perspectives on these recent and important votes.

Book Reviews


Asia General

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CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN ASIA: Mediation and Other Cultural Models | Edited by Stephanie P. Stobbe; foreword by Paul RedekopCONFLICT RESOLUTION IN ASIA: Mediation and Other Cultural Models | Edited by Stephanie P. Stobbe; foreword by Paul Redekop
Mathew Davies

ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY FROM THE HIMALAYAS TO THE OCEANS: Struggles and Innovations in China and India | Edited by Shikui Dong, Jayanta Bandyopadhyay, and Sanjay ChaturvediENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY FROM THE HIMALAYAS TO THE OCEANS: Struggles and Innovations in China and India | Edited by Shikui Dong, Jayanta Bandyopadhyay, and Sanjay Chaturvedi
Arunabh Ghosh

MR. X AND THE PACIFIC: George F. Kennan and American Policy in East Asia | By Paul J. HeerMR. X AND THE PACIFIC: George F. Kennan and American Policy in East Asia | By Paul J. Heer
Steven I. Levine

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF EMERGING EAST ASIA: Catching Up of Taiwan and South Korea | By Frank S.T. Hsiao and Mei-Chu Wang HsiaoECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF EMERGING EAST ASIA: Catching Up of Taiwan and South Korea | By Frank S.T. Hsiao and Mei-Chu Wang Hsiao
Amitendu Palit

FLOWERS IN THE WALL: Truth and Reconciliation in Timor-Leste, Indonesia, and Melanesia | Edited by David WebsterFLOWERS IN THE WALL: Truth and Reconciliation in Timor-Leste, Indonesia, and Melanesia | Edited by David Webster
Hipolitus Yolisandry Ringgi Wangge

DEBATING THE EAST ASIAN PEACE: What it is. How it came about. Will it last? | Edited by Elin Bjarnegård and Joakim KreutzDEBATING THE EAST ASIAN PEACE: What it is. How it came about. Will it last? | Edited by Elin Bjarnegård and Joakim Kreutz
Xiangfeng Yang

CONJURING ASIA: Magic, Orientalism and the Making of the Modern World | By Chris Goto-JonesCONJURING ASIA: Magic, Orientalism and the Making of the Modern World | By Chris Goto-Jones
Christopher M. Kavanagh

Northeast Asia

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THE ANIME BOOM IN THE UNITED STATES: Lessons for Global Creative Industries | By Michal Daliot-Bul and Nissim OtmazginTHE ANIME BOOM IN THE UNITED STATES: Lessons for Global Creative Industries | By Michal Daliot-Bul and Nissim Otmazgin
Kathryn Hemmann

GOODBYE MY LOVE, NORTH KOREA = GUTBAI MAI LEOBEU NK | Directed by Soyoung Kim and produced by Jinseok KangGOODBYE MY LOVE, NORTH KOREA = GUTBAI MAI LEOBEU NK | Directed by Soyoung Kim and produced by Jinseok Kang
Se Young Kim

THE EVOLUTION OF THE SOUTH KOREA-UNITED STATES ALLIANCE | By Uk Heo and Terence RoehrigTHE EVOLUTION OF THE SOUTH KOREA-UNITED STATES ALLIANCE | By Uk Heo and Terence Roehrig
Jinwung Kim

JAPAN, SOUTH KOREA, AND THE UNITED STATES NUCLEAR UMBRELLA: Deterrence After the Cold War | By Terence RoehrigJAPAN, SOUTH KOREA, AND THE UNITED STATES NUCLEAR UMBRELLA: Deterrence After the Cold War | By Terence Roehrig
Alexander Lanoszka

PHOTOGRAPHY FOR EVERYONE: The Cultural Lives of Cameras and Consumers in Early Twentieth-Century Japan | By Kerry RossPHOTOGRAPHY FOR EVERYONE: The Cultural Lives of Cameras and Consumers in Early Twentieth-Century Japan | By Kerry Ross
Kari Shepherdson-Scott

JAPAN’S QUEST FOR STABILITY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA: Navigating the Turning Points in Postwar Asia | By Taizo Miyagi; translated from the Japanese by Hanabusa MidoriJAPAN’S QUEST FOR STABILITY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA: Navigating the Turning Points in Postwar Asia | By Taizo Miyagi; translated from the Japanese by Hanabusa Midori
Apichai W. Shipper

NORTH KOREAN HUMAN RIGHTS: Activists and Networks | Edited by Andrew Yeo and Danielle Chubb; with a Foreword by The Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMGNORTH KOREAN HUMAN RIGHTS: Activists and Networks | Edited by Andrew Yeo and Danielle Chubb; with a Foreword by The Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG
 Joseph Yi and Wondong Lee

COLONIZING LANGUAGE: Cultural Production and Language Politics in Modern Japan and Korea | By Christina YiCOLONIZING LANGUAGE: Cultural Production and Language Politics in Modern Japan and Korea | By Christina Yi
Mark E. Caprio

MONSTROUS BODIES: The Rise of the Uncanny in Modern Japan | By Miri NakamuraMONSTROUS BODIES: The Rise of the Uncanny in Modern Japan | By Miri Nakamura
Jamyung Choi

OUR UNIONS, OUR SELVES: The Rise of Feminist Labor Unions in Japan | By Anne Zacharias-WalshOUR UNIONS, OUR SELVES: The Rise of Feminist Labor Unions in Japan | By Anne Zacharias-Walsh
Liv Coleman

WASTE: Consuming Postwar Japan | By Eiko Maruko SinawerWASTE: Consuming Postwar Japan | By Eiko Maruko Sinawer
Mary Alice Haddad

POP CITY: Korean Popular Culture and the Selling of Place | By Youjeong OhPOP CITY: Korean Popular Culture and the Selling of Place | By Youjeong Oh
Dal Yong Jin

NORTH KOREAN GRAPHIC NOVELS: Seduction of the Innocent? | By Martin PetersenNORTH KOREAN GRAPHIC NOVELS: Seduction of the Innocent? | By Martin Petersen
Immanuel Kim

THE PERSONALIST ETHIC AND THE RISE OF URBAN KOREA | By Chang Yun-ShikTHE PERSONALIST ETHIC AND THE RISE OF URBAN KOREA | By Chang Yun-Shik
Chul-Kyoo Kim

A MISUNDERSTOOD FRIENDSHIP: Mao Zedong, Kim Il-Sung, and Sino-North Korean Relations, 1949–1976 | By Zhihua Shen and Yafeng XiaA MISUNDERSTOOD FRIENDSHIP: Mao Zedong, Kim Il-Sung, and Sino-North Korean Relations, 1949–1976 | By Zhihua Shen and Yafeng Xia
Michael Sheng

COMMUNICATION, DIGITAL MEDIA, AND POPULAR CULTURE IN KOREA: Contemporary Research and Future Prospects | Edited by Dal Yong Jin and Nojin Kwak, foreword by Peng Hwa AngCOMMUNICATION, DIGITAL MEDIA, AND POPULAR CULTURE IN KOREA: Contemporary Research and Future Prospects | Edited by Dal Yong Jin and Nojin Kwak, foreword by Peng Hwa Ang
Sherri L. Ter Molen

SEOUL: Memory, Reinvention, and the Korean Wave | By Ross KingSEOUL: Memory, Reinvention, and the Korean Wave | By Ross King
Jieheerah Yun

COOL JAPAN: Case Studies from Japan’s Cultural and Creative Industries | By Tim CraigCOOL JAPAN: Case Studies from Japan’s Cultural and Creative Industries | By Tim Craig
Nicolas Garvizu

TOO FEW WOMEN AT THE TOP: The Persistence of Inequality in Japan | By Kumiko NemotoTOO FEW WOMEN AT THE TOP: The Persistence of Inequality in Japan | By Kumiko Nemoto
Ayako Kano

ECLIPSED CINEMA: The Film Culture of Colonial Korea | By Dong Hoon KimECLIPSED CINEMA: The Film Culture of Colonial Korea | By Dong Hoon Kim
Michael Robinson

THE VIRTUAL NINJA MANIFESTO: Fighting Games, Martial Arts and Gamic Orientalism | By Chris Goto-JonesTHE VIRTUAL NINJA MANIFESTO: Fighting Games, Martial Arts and Gamic Orientalism | By Chris Goto-Jones
Rachael Hutchinson

CULTURES OF YUSIN: South Korea in the 1970s | Edited by Youngju RyuCULTURES OF YUSIN: South Korea in the 1970s | Edited by Youngju Ryu
Tae Yang Kwak

CULTURAL POLICY IN SOUTH KOREA: Making a New Patron State | By Hye-Kyung LeeCULTURAL POLICY IN SOUTH KOREA: Making a New Patron State | By Hye-Kyung Lee
Iain Watson