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Afrasia Working Papers
67. Does Power Sharing Approach Work for Peacebuilding? - Lessons Learnt from Bosnia for Afrasia - (Misa Shojiya) 2010  
66. Democratization in a Divided Society -Outcomes and Issues in International Assistance - (Misa Shojiya) 2010  
65. Structural Violence and Human Security (Kosuke Shimizu) 2010  
64. Educational Policy in 21st Century Japan: Neoliberalism and Beyond? (William Bradley) 2010  
63. Institution and Ideal in Indian Nationalist Thoughts: G. K. Gokhale in Comparison with M. K. Gandhi (Tomoaki Ueda) 2009  
62. Harmonizing Local with Global Justice: Emergence of a Hybrid Institutional Mechanism for Reconciliation in East Timor (Kyoko Cross) 2009  
61. The Reconstitution of Adat in a Dual Level Land Conflict: A case study of a village community under forest development projects in Sumatra, Indonesia (MASUDA Kazuya) 2009  
60. Discontinuity of International Law with the ‘National Reconciliation’ Process - An analysis of the transitional ‘amnesty’ mechanism of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa - (Ryosuke Sato) 2009  
59. Determinants of South African Outward Direct Investment in Africa (Akio Nishiura) 2009  
58. Japanese Foreign Assistance to Africa: Aid and Trade (Kazue Demachi) 2009  
57. Changes in Income among Peasants in Northeast Thailand: Poverty Reduction Seen Through a Panel Anlysis (Kazuo Funahashi) 2009  
56. The Impact of UN Peace-building Efforts on the Justice System of Timor-Leste: Western versus Traditional Cultures (Katsumi Ishizuka) 2009  
55. Conflict and Land Tenure in Rwanda (Shi'nichi Takeuchi) 2009  
54. The Current Issues and Development Process of Poverty in China (Fuping LI) 2009  
53. Illegal Logging in Southeast Asia (Shinji Suzuki) 2009  
52. What has the Chipko Movement Brought about?: Forest Protection Movement and Environmentalist Network Formation in India (Shinya Ishizaka) 2009  
51. A Nation at Risk, A nation in Need of Dialogue: Citizenship, Denizenship, and Beyond in Japanese Education (David Blake Willis) 2009  
50. Socioeconomic Factor Structure of Japanese Emigrant Communities: Statistical Case Study at Inugami County, Shiga Prefecture, in Meiji Era (Yoshio Kawamura) 2009  
49. Framework on Socio-economic Mechanism of Emigration in the Pre-war Japan (Yoshio Kawamura) 2009  
48. The Narrative Strategies and Multilayered Realities of Returnee Workers: A Case Study of Thai Returnee Workers from Japan (Tomoko Matsui) 2009  
46. An Iriai Interchange Linking Japan and Indonesia: An Experiment in Interactive Learning and Action Leading toward Community-Based Forest Management (Motoko Shimagami) 2009  
45. Increasing Migration and Diversity in Japan: The Need for Dialogue and Collaboration in Education, Language and Identity Policies (Julian Chapple) 2009  
44. Nishida Kitaro and Japan's Interwar Foreign Policy: War Involvement and Culturalist Political Discourse (Kosuke Shimizu) 2009  
42. Why Do People “Renounce War”? The War Experiences of the Daasanach in the Conflict-ridden Area of Northeast Africa (Toru Sagawa) 2009  
41. Personal Rule in Nigeria (Takehiko Ochiai) 2009  
40. The New 'Three Rs' of Education in Japan: Rights, Risk, and Responsibility (Robert Aspinall) 2009  
39. Decline of the Tokyo Technocrats in Educational Policy Formation? Exploring the loss of Ministry autonomy and recent policy trends with reference to 'globalisation' and educational transfer (Jeremy Rappleye) 2009  
37. Migration and Mosques: The Evolution and Transformation of Muslim Communities in Manila, the Philippines (Akiko Watanabe) 2008  
36. The Increasing Enclosure of Mangrove Wetlands: Towards Resource Management in Frontier Areas (Shinji Suzuki) 2008  
35. Multiplicity of Community Forestry as Knowledge Space in the Northern Thai Highlands (Anan Ganjanapan) 2008  
33. The Chrysanthemum and the Sword: The Use of Radical Comparisons to Enhance Mutual Understanding (Pauline Kent) 2008  
32. Useful or Useless Relics: Today's Strange Monarchies (加藤剛訳「有用な遺制か無用な遺物か?―現代における君主制という不思議な存在」) (Benedict Anderson) 2007 
31. The “Invention of Tradition” in Java under the Japanese Occupation: The Tonarigumi System and Gotong Royong (Kazuo Kobayashi) 2007  
30. “Iriai Forests Have Sustained the Livelihood and Autonomy of Villagers”:Experience of Commons in Ishimushiro Hamlet in Northeastern Japan (Kokki Goto (Edited, Annotated, and with an Introduction by Motoko Shimagami)) 2007  
29. Land Ownership for the Preservation of Environment and Livelihood (Hiroyuki Torigoe) 2007  
28. Reconciliation, Restitution and Healing: The Role of Vietnam Veterans in Facilitating a New Era in U.S.-Vietnam Relations, 1985-2005 (Michael Furmanovsky) 2007  
27. Forced Removals, Land Struggles and Restoration of Land in South Africa: A Case of Roosboom (Chizuko Sato) 2007  
26. The Social Process of Migration from the Eastern Visayas to Manila (Naomi Hosoda) 2007  
25. The Hegemony of Tabloid Geopolitics: How America and the West Cannot Think International Relations beyond Conflict, Identity, and Cultural Imposition (Francois Debrix) 2007  
24. Human Security, Universality, and National Interest: A Critical Inquiry (Kosuke Shimizu) 2007  
23. Asian Regionalism and Japan’s Unforgettable Past (Kosuke Shimizu) 2007  
22. The Place of the United States in the Triangle of Japan, China and India (Takashi Inoguchi) 2007  
21. Participatory Community Development and a Role of Social Statistical Analysis: Case of the JICA-Indonesia Project-Takalar Model (Yoshio Kawamura) 2007  
20. Leader-Follower Relations in the Foot Marches in Gandhian Environmental Movement in India (Shinya Ishizaka) 2007  
19. Not the Most Popular Decision: Japan’s Ground Self Defense Force Goes to Iraq (Kazuo Takahashi) 2007  
18. International Energy Regime: Role of Knowledge and Energy and Climate Change Issues (Kenichi Matsui) 2007  
17. Macroeconomic Impacts of Terrorism: Evidence from Indonesia in the Post-Suharto Era (Tomoya Suzuki) 2006 
16. The Middle East, the Middle Kingdom and Japan (Kazuo Takahashi) 2006  
15. An Overview of the Debate on the African State (Masahisa Kawabata) 2006  
14. Regional Security in Africa (Takehiko Ochiai) 2006  
13. Asia and the Rise of the Early Modern World Economy (Om Prakash) 2006 
12. The United States and the United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC) (Takuya Misu) 2006  
11. The Composition and Job Structure of Female-Headed Households: A Case Study of a Rural Village in Siemreap Province, Cambodia (Nao Sato) 2006  
10. Discourses of Leadership and Japanese Political Economy: Three Phallus-centrists (Kosuke Shimizu) 2006  
9. East Asia, Middle East and the World Economy: Further Notes on the Oil Triangle (Kaoru Sugihara) 2006  
8. The Kurdish Situation in Iraq (Kazuo Takahashi) 2006  
7. Ethnicity and the State in Africa (Eghosa E. Osaghae) 2006  
6. Regional Governance and State Reconstruction in Africa (Daniel C. Bach) 2006  
5. Political Liberalization or Armed Conflicts? Political Changes in Post-Cold War Africa (Shin’ichi Takeuchi) 2006  
4. WTO/FTA and the Issues of Regional Disparity (Yoshio KAWAMURA and Zhan JIN) 2006  
3. Satyagraha as a Non-violent Means of Conflict Resolution (Nobuko Nagasaki) 2006 
2. Sustainable Management of Tank Irrigation Systems in South India (K. Palanisami) 2005  
1. Future of the Dairy Industries in China, Japan and the United States: Conflict Resolution in the Doha Round of WTO Agricultural Trade Negotiations (James R.. Simpson) 2005  
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