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Virginia Review of Asian Studies 2012, No. 2

      Book Reviews

  • Christopher de Bellaigue, Patriot of Persia: Muhammad Mossadegh and a Tragic Anglo-American Coup.

  • Jianying Zha, Tide Players: The Movers and Shakers of a Rising China.

  • Fariba Nawa, Opium Nation: Child Brides, Drug Lords and One Woman’s Journey Through Afghanistan

  • Zheng Wang, Never Forget National Humiliation: Historical Memory in Chinese Politics and Foreign Relations.    

      Editors Desk

  • One American College’s Successful Effort to Develop a Student Exchange Program with East Asian Universities

  • Panmunjeom: The Road to Hell and Back   





Virginia Review of Asian Studies 2012, No. 1

      Book Reviews

  • Wilson D. Miscamble, The Most Controversial Decision: Truman, The Atomic Bombs And The Defeat Of Japan

  • Robert K. Fitts, Wally Yonamine: The Man Who Changed Japanese Baseball

  • Barbara Demick, Nothing To Envy: Ordinary Lives In North Korea

  • Veronica Chambers, Kickboxing Geisha: How Modern Japanese Women Are Changing Their Nation

  • Kyung-Sook Shin, Please Look After Mom

  • Gregg Jones, Honor In The Dust: Theodore Roosevelt, War In The Philippines

     Editors Desk

  • The Feminist Revolution In South Korea: Benefits And Risks

  • Coloma California Where James Marshall’s Discovery Set Off The Gold
    Rush And Brought Chinese And Japanese Civilization To California

  • When The Luxurious Homestead In Hot Springs Virginia Was A Japanese Internment Camp