When Professor Ramseyer wrote a response to his critics, it was met with defeated silence — a stark contrast to the storm of criticism his first...
Editors Mark Williams, Van C Gessel, and Michihiro Yamane's book profiles 17 19th and 20th century intellectuals who identified as both Japanese and Christian.
Event organizers included pro-North Korea groups, but did attending mean Yoon Mee Hyang will be prosecuted for violating South Korea's National Security Act?
Scholars and activists from Japan and South Korea held a joint symposium to review the evidence and expose falsehoods spread globally about the comfort women.
Despite efforts to silence them, scholars are increasingly embracing open academic inquiry into the comfort women issue to hear more sides of the argument.
A new series "Great Minds Don't Always Think Alike" looks at the furious attacks on a Harvard professor who published an academic report on the comfort...
While American elites grandstand about the comfort women, free and open academic inquiry on East Asian history elsewhere is uncovering the uncomfortable truths.
The facts of the comfort women history are sometimes uncomfortable, which makes the issue all the more deserving of free and open academic inquiry.
Few historical subjects have encountered such resistance to academic inquiry and free speech as the comfort women issue. As we report, that is finally changing.
In a liberal democracy, we should debate, not demonize, our opponents. You're invited to join an online event on June 2, "Comfort Women Scholars On Trial."
South Korea has had tortured relations with Pyongyang and Tokyo. The author discusses them and offers suggestions on some complex factors behind the problem.
The comfort women myth has already deeply wounded Japan-South Korea relations. Is the latest breakthrough enough to promote a resolution in this history war?