A collection of essays capturing the state of leadership in postwar Japan
Interrogation as a site of state sanctioned torture and violence
Legal scholars and practitioners examine the role of the ICC’s first prosecutor
An alarming report on Latino crime gangs and the efforts of U.S. law enforcement to contain them
Explores controversial efforts to reform the criminal justice system in post-apartheid South Africa
Employs a close analysis of cultural, ideational, and symbolic practices in a reappraisal of Guomindang history
Traces the development of jinkaku (moral character) in modern Japanese discourse
Studies in local initiative and center-local relations in Japan
An influential interpretation of premodern Japanese political and institutional history.
A classic study of culture and politics in early twentieth-century Japan.
Provides voting records by district and individual for every House of Representatives election in Japan since 1947, along with demographic data.
A serious and interesting study of Japanese politics and elections.