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These Countries Account for Half of Global Natural Gas Consumption
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These Countries Account for Half of Global Natural Gas Consumption
October 29, 2022

Seven countries account for more than fifty percent of global natural gas consumption.

Financing: China’s Long March
June 26, 2022

China has a chance to transform the world for the better. Though it is no open goal, she should take it to take her place in the van not only of BRI but of the nations of the world, which is at her feet.

Financing: China’s Long March
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Japan’s Mistress of Mayhem and The End of an Era
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Japan’s Mistress of Mayhem and The End of an Era
May 29, 2022

The release from a Japanese prison of Japanese Red Army founder Fusako Shigenobu marks the end of an era, not only for Japan but for the global cowboy terrorism the JRA came to epitomize.

High Noon for Japan, Asia’s Toothless Tiger
April 5, 2022

Japan’s future, whether she likes it or not, will be with its East Asian neighbors’ Belt and Road Initiative when the U.S. 7th Fleet scuttles back to Pearl Harbor.

High Noon for Japan, Asia’s Toothless Tiger
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Ruling Over the Ashes
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Ruling Over the Ashes
February 20, 2022

It is the history of Asia that when white men with guns show up professing good intentions, Asians suffer.

What Does India Get Out of ‘Quad’ Membership?
October 11, 2021

The Quadrilateral group’s leaders’ meeting in the White House on Sept. 24 appears to have shifted focus away from its original framing as a security dialogue among four countries: the United States, India, Japan and Australia.

What Does India Get Out of ‘Quad’ Membership?
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Mythmaking and the Atomic Destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
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Mythmaking and the Atomic Destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
August 7, 2021

Over the years, the myth that the “nuking” of two Japanese cities was justified, has lost much of its appeal on both sides of the Pacific.

Blinded by the Light: Remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki in the Age of Normalized Violence
August 6, 2021

For a brief time, the Atom Bomb was celebrated as a kind of magic talisman entwining salvation and scientific inventiveness and in doing so functioned to “simultaneously domesticate the unimaginable while charging the mundane surroundings of our everyday lives with a weight and sense of importance unmatched in modern times.”

Blinded by the Light: Remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki in the Age of Normalized Violence
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