• Geo-Politics in Northeast Asia

    Author: Akihiro Iwashita, Yong-Chool Ha, Edward Boyle, eds.

    Publisher: Routledge

    Date: 2022

  • Akihiro Iwashita, Japan's Border Issues: Pitfalls and Prospects (paperback)

    Publisher: Routledge

    Date: 2017 (paperback)

  • HARA Teruyuki and AMANO Naoki, eds., 40 Years History of Karafuto (Only in Japanese)

    Publisher: All Japan Federation of Karafuto

    Date: March, 2017

  • Sadayoshi Otsu, Shuji Matsuno and Norio Horie eds., China-Russia Economic Relations (Only in Japanese)

    Publisher: Minerva Shobo

    Date: July 2010

  • David Wolff, To the Harbin Station: The Liberal Alternative in Russian Manchuria, 1898 – 1914

    Publisher: Stanford University Press

    Date: May 1999

  • Akihiro Iwashita, Introduction to Border Studies: Territory, Sovereignty, Ideology (Only in Japanese)

    Publisher: Chuokoron-Shinsha

    Date: March 2016

  • Hiroshi Itani ed., Wakkanai and the Northern Ferry Route: The Gateway to Sakhalin (Only in Japanese)

    Publisher: Hokkaido University Press

    Date: July 2016

  • Mihoko KATO "Competing Sovereignties: Increasing Tensions over Maritime Border in Northeast Asia"

    Author: Mihoko KATO

    Publisher: Pathways to Peace and Security, Vol. 58, No. 1, pp. 63-77.

    Date: 2020

  • Chisako Masuo "Competitive Cooperation for Regional Development: Japan’s New Strategy towards Rising China"

    Publisher: Australian Journal of Politics & History, Vol.65・3, pp.430-448.

    Date: 2019

  • Horie Noiro "Contested Space in the Russian Far East: Land and Migration along the Russo-Chinese Borderlands"

    Publisher: Eurasian Border Review, Vol.10, pp. 85-90.

    Date: 2020

  • Boyle Edward "Borders of memory: affirmation and contestation over Japan’s heritage"

    Publisher: Japan Forum, Vol.31・3, pp.293-312.

    Date: 2019

  • Jonathan Bull and Steven Ivings "Return on display: memories of postcolonial migration at Maizuru"

    Publisher: Japan Forum, Vol.31・3, pp.336-357.

    Date: 2019

  • Naomi CHI, "‘Walking in Her Shoes’ : Prospects and Challenges of Marriage Migrants in South Korea"

    Publisher: 『年報 公共政策学』13、pp. 83‐97.

    Date: 2019

  • David Wolff, "Introduction to EBR Special Section Russo-Chinese Relations and Northeast Asia"

    Publisher: Eurasia Border Review, Vol.10, pp.71-76.

    Date: 2020

  • Akihiro Iwashita "Abe's Foreign Policy Fiasco on the Northern Territories Issue: Breaking with the Past and the National Movement"

    Publisher: Eurasia Border Review, Vol.10, pp.111-133.

    Date: 2020

  • Shingo Yoshida and Yasuhiro Izumikawa "Equifinality and Alliance Institutionalization: The Case of the US-Japan Alliance"

    Date: 2020

  • Yasuhiro Izumikawa "Alliances as Dynamic Equilibrium"

    Date: 2019

  • Naoki Amano "Karafuto as a Border Island of the Empire of Japan: In Comparison with Okinawa"

    Publisher: Eurasia Border Review, Vol.10, pp. 3-19.

    Date: 2020

  • Mihoko KATO "‘Sinocentrism’in Russia’s Reorientation to the East: Re-examining Russian Foreign Policy under the Third Putin Administration (2012 – 2018)"

    Author: Mihoko KATO

    Publisher: Chung-Ang Saron Vol.49, pp.115-154.

    Date: 2019

  • Akihiro Iwashita "Borders Inside and Outside Alliances: Russia's Eastern Frontiers During the Cold War and After," Journal of Borderlands Studies, Vol. 32, No. 1, pp. 55-70.

    Date: 2017

  • Амано Н. Асимметричные переговоры: как видится из Японии переговоры по детальному соглашению о Северном Сахалине // Аболтин В.Я. Остров сокровищ: Северный Сахалин. Сборник документов и материалов. Москва: Буки Веди, 2016. С. 34-46.

  • Yasuhiro Izumikawa, "Japan's Approach to Russia under Shinzo Abe: A Strategic Perspective," in Gilbert Rozman, ed., Japan-Russia Relations: Implications for the U.S.-Japan Alliance (Washington, DC: Sasagawa USA, 2016), pp. 61-70.

  • Yasuhiro Izumikawa, "Acting on the North Korea Playbook: Japan's Responses to North Korea's Provocations," Asia Policy, No. 23, pp. 90-96.

    Date: January 2017

  • Хорие Н. Позиционирование приграничных районов Дальнего Востока России в экономической и социальной структуре региона: происходящие перемены // «ЭКО». 2017. No. 3. С. 21-36.

  • David Wolff, “The Unconsummated Summit: Stalin-Soong and Stalin-Jiang, Late 1945,” presented at East China Normal University conference on China and its Neighbors (Shanghai, March 2017) (Presentation)

  • David Wolff, “The Winter War and the Occupation of Hokkaido: How Comparison helps Understanding of Stalin’s Geopolitics,” presented at Helsinki University’s Aleksanteri Institute (Helsinki, March 2017) (Presentation)

  • David Wolff, “Great Octobers,” presented at London School of Economics conference on The Legacy of 1917 (London, February 2017) (Presentation)

  • David Wolff, “Russia’s Great War and Revolution: The Northeast Asian Front – An Overview of the Forthcoming Volume,” Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies (Washington, DC, November 2016) (Presentation)

  • AMANO Naoki, “Korean Networks in the Russian Far East: Openness, Accessibility and Adaptiveness,” International Symposium “There Goes the Neighborhood: Increasing Tensions in Cooperative Northeast Asia,” December 18, 2016 at Kitakyushu International Conference Center. (Presentation)

  • AMANO Naoki, “A landing, transferring and forwarding place: Wakkanai city in the relationship between Hokkaido and Sakhalin,” The 2016 Convention of the Japan Association for Asian Studies (JAAS), November 19, 2016 at Kitakyushu International Conference Center. (Presentation)

  • Norio Horie and Satoshi Mizobata, "Path-Dependency in Transition Economies: Searching for a New Agenda"

    Publisher: Journal of Comparative Economic Studies, Vol. 11, pp. 5-9.

    Date: 2016