Intelligence, Number 11, March 2011

Special Issue : The Depth of the Intelligence War between Japan and the USA

  • Psychological Warfare in Saipan as the Beginning of Postwar Information Policy in Japan / Reiko TSUCHIYA
  • Bonner Fellers and the Office of Strategic Services Planning Group / Haruo IGUCHI
  • President Obama and His Intelligence Operations / Mikio HARUNA
  • The Chinese Communist Party's Work on International Public Opinion during the Second Sino-Japanese War ―With an Emphasis on the Propaganda Given to European & American Journalists / Xinli ZHAO
  • Occupation Intelligence Immediately after the Advance―An Interview with Brig. Gen. Elliot R. Thorpe, Chief, CIS, GHQ / Interviewer & Interpreter ; Eiji TAKEMAE
  • Work in the 441st CIC Detachment No. 30A (Niigata) James F. English / Interviewer & Interpreter : Ken-ichi HARADA
  • Introduction to Korean Diplomatic Documents on the Reversion of Okinawa / Interpreter & Translator : Somei KOBAYA
  • Study on the History of The Asahi Newspaper ―With a Focus on historical data / Taketoshi YAMAMOTO

Special Issue :Discourses on Occupied Japan

  • The Addendum to the Explanatory Notes of Niwa Fumio's "Counter Human": On the conclusion of the literary editing " The Selected of Materials from Magazines in Occupied Japan / Kazushige MUNAKATA
  • Mass Culture in Occupied Japan / Ken-ichi HARADA
  • On Ohya Soichi during the Occupation Period:“Ohya Soichi and Sarutori Satoshi”/ Hiroshi SAKAMOTO
  • The Simplification of Imperial Honorifics in Newspapers During the Occupation: The Policies vs. the Practices of the National Language Council, Imperial Household Ministry, and the Occupation's CCD Censorship / Noriko AKIMOTO SUGIMORI
  • Enlightening Discourse on Sex and Procreation in Tochigi under the Allied Occupation―On the Sex Educational Magazine, "Mezame"/ Taro SHIMODA
  • Recalling the "Atomic Age": Aspects of Postwar Publications for Japanese Children through the 1950s / Kosei ONO

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Intelligence, Number 12, March 2012

Special Issue :Studies on the Prange Collection in the last 10 years

  • The Prange Collection and the Completion of its Database / Taketoshi YAMAMOTO
  • 1945-1949 GHQ Censorship Operations on Japanese Publications: An overview through books and pamphlets held in the Gordon W. Prange Collection / Eiko SAKAGUCHI
  • Images of the Atomic Bombing and Atomic Energy in the Gordon W. Prange Collection during the Occupation Period of Japan / Tetsuro KATO
  • The Classics and/or Canon Restructured in the GHQ/SCAP Occupation Period / Kenko KAWASAKI
  • A Bibliographical Study on Korean Organs in Japan during the GHQ/SCAP Period / Somei KOBAYASHI
  • Ethnic/National Consciousness in Textbooks for Korean Pupils in Occupied Japan after the Second World War: The Gordon W. Prange Collection at the University of Maryland / CHI Jong Hi

Special Issue : Intelligence in Crises

  • News Coverage of the Korean War by the Japanese Media as Psychological Warfare / Reiko TUCHIYA
  • Eiichi Nagasue and Public Opinion Surveys / Mitsuo IKAWA
  • Introduction to the Translation of Chapter II. Military Intelligence Section, GHQ/SWPA, A Brief History of the G-2 Section, GHQ, SWPA, and Affiliated Units / Interpreter : Reiko TSUCHIYA Translator: Shoutarou SHIROUZU
  • Control of Paper, Control through Paper / Noritsugu GOMIBUCHI
  • The Structure of the "Humorous Salaried Men Novel," Focusing on Genji Keita's "Santo Juyaku" / Takane SUZUKI
  • Censored Articles of SHINSOU under the Occupation / Kenji HARADA

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Intelligence, Number 13, March 2013

Special Issue :The Public Diplomacy of Japan and the USA, and Information Warfare in Asia

  • Truth is the Best Propaganda: Edward R. Murrow and the United States Information Agency under JFK / Nancy SNOW (Translator: Koichi HANYU)
  • The U.S. Advisory Commission on Information and Mark Arthur May: A Report on Unattributed Activities of the USIS in Japan in the 1950s / Yuka TSUCHIYA
  • The Public Diplomacy of the Japanese Empire and East Asia: A Case Study on an Oriental Tour for American Journalists by the Carnegie Endowment, 1929 / Somei KOBAYASHI
  • The Imperial Japanese Army's Intelligence Activities during the Changkufeng Incident / Hiroyasu MIYASUGI
  • How did the Japanese military cope with cooperation between the USA and the USSR ? ―From the break out of World War II to the invasion of Manchuria by the Red Army / Yasuhide YONEHAMA

Special Issue : Reconsidering the Media in Occupied Japan

  • The transformation of "Bunraku" in the GHQ occupation period: Being a Classical / Kenko KAWASAKI
  • The Cultural Policy of the GHQ/SCAP CIE Arts and Monuments Division on Fine Arts―Personal Affairs and the Preservation of Cultural Properties / Kaori SATO
  • Where are the Atomic Bomb Survivors? ―On atomic-bomb discourse in Japan under US Occupation / Takumi ISHIKAWA
  • The Usefulness of Daily Activity Reports in CCD Materials / Taketoshi YAMAMOTO
  • A study on users of SCAP/CIE information centers in Occupied Japan / Reiko TSUCHIYA

Independent Articles

  • A Basic Study of the 〈TOKU-500〉 held in the National Diet Library : Materials of Japanese Censorship before and during World War II. / Yoshiyuki MAKI
  • Saseo ONO in his Nichiyo Hochi Days / Kosei ONO
  • Introduction to the first appearance of "tsunami" in English literature?: The report of a great earthquake in the August 8, 1896, issue of "Harper’s Weekly" / Muneyuki KOBAYASHI

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Intelligence, Number 14, March 2014

Special Issue : Reconsidering Censorship History in Japan and East Asia

  • The Forefront of Censorship Studies: Linking the Prewar and Postwar Periods / Taketoshi YAMAMOTO and Kunio ASAOKA (Moderator: Reiko TSUCHIYA)
  • Struggling with National Security and Human Rights: Communication Censorship in South Korea, 1960s-1990s / Somei KOBAYASHI
  • The Movement of Censorship Spaces and the Spread of the Korean Language: Between "March 15" 1928 and "April 16" 1929 / KO Young-ran
  • The Building of the Censorship System in Postwar Taiwan: Focusing on Related Laws and Executive Organs / HO I-Lin
  • Censorship in Taiwan during the Japanese Colonial Era / Isao KAWAHARA
  • Censorship of Light Comedy in Occupied Japan / Masaaki NAKANO
  • A Multitude of Meanings in Osculations: Prewar and Postwar Continuities Seen through Kiss Censorship in Japan / Jonathan ABEL (Translator: Bunshiro SUGIMOTO)
  • The Vision of Publication Censorship Reform during the Early Showa Period: Conflicts between Publishers and the Home Ministry of Japan / Kazuyuki YASUNO

Special Issue : Cultural Aspects of Japan after the Occupation and the U.S. in the Cold War

  • The Rockefeller Foundation and Japanese Writers: An Aspect of Japan-US Cultural Interaction in the Cold War Period / Naoyuki UMEMORI
  • Japanese Imagery in Hollywood during the Cold War: On Sayonara (1957) / Michiko SHIMURA
  • University Student Newspapers in Occupied Japan / Reiko TSUCHIYA
  • The Way "NAKANO Seigo" Has Been Told in the Postwar Period: Rethinking His Political Image of Anti-Militarism and Progressivism / Noriaki YOSHIDA

Independent Articles

  • The Changing of Political Propaganda in China: From the Perspective of Chinese Teleplays about the Second Sino-Japanese War / ZHAO Xinli
  • Overlooked Textual Revision in Different Versions of Novels Published before World War Two and in Occupied Japan: The Example of Nobuko Yoshiya / Atsuko FUJITA

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Intelligence, Number 15, May 2015

Special Issue : Intelligence and Information Policy in the Early Period of the Cold War

  • Canadian Intelligence Operations in Castro’s Cuba / Don Munton(Translator: Shun TANIGAWA)
  • America’s Nuclear Policy Early in the Cold War, 1941-1955: From the Perspective of Henry A. Wallace / Mayako SHIMAMOTO
  • Conflict and Compromise among the U.S. Department of State, Department of Defense and Information Agency: Disuse of VUNC as Propaganda Radio in Cold War East Asia / Soumei KOBAYASHI
  • “Go for Broke!” and Early Cold War Cooperation with the U.S. Department of Defense / Miyoko SHIMURA

Special Issue : A New Phase of Studies on Culture in Occupied Japan

  • CIE Libraries and Art Information in Post-Surrender Japan / Toshiharu OMUKA
  • A Re-examination of “Daini-Geijutsu (Secondline Art)”: The Invention of Classics and the Modernization of the Literary in the GHQ Occupation Period / Kenko KAWASAKI
  • "Dazai Osamu" for the Communists / Akihiro TAKIGUCHI
  • Research note: An Issue Concerning Descriptions Written by a Communist Author in the Occupation: The Works of Kan Eguchi and Their Censorship / Taro SHIMODA
  • Research note: Introduction to Historical Intelligence Materials: Kyabare (Cabaret) and Dansuhooru (Ballrooms) in Ginza, Tokyo, in the Occupation Period / Saori MATSUDA

  • Special contribution : A Study of the Imperial Japanese Army Nakano School / Teruo MUTA
  • East-Asia Organizations and Journalists at Two Major Japanese Newspapers, the Mainichi and the Asahi, from the 1920s to the 1950s / Reiko TSUCHIYA
  • The External Information Policy of the State in the Era of Globalized Telecommunication Networks and Mass-Based Democracy: The Case of Japan, 1870-1945 / Tomoko AKAMI
  • Research note: Signals Intelligence Activities of the Japanese Consulate General in Shanghai during the Sino-Japanese War / Hiroyasu MIYASUGI
  • Research note: The Issei, the first Generation Japanese Immigrants, conceal their OSS Career / Taketoshi YAMAMOTO
  • Introduction to Historical Intelligence Materials: The 1980s and 1990s-Who Controls Communication Security-The Department of Commerce or the NSA? and Under the Radar: NSA’s Efforts to Secure Private-Sector Telecommunications Infrastructure / Susan LANDAU(translated by Junichi HIRAMATSU)

  • The Recommendation Book System as "Soft Control": Reading Control in the Ministry of Education and the Japan Culture Association of Publishers / Ayako NAKANO
  • Research note: The Foundation of the Manshu Nichinichi Shimbun and the first president, Moriji MORIYAMA / RONG Yuan

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Intelligence, Number 16, March 2016

Special Issue : Special Issue :Intelligence in Occupied Japan

  • Democracy's Porous Borders: Espionage, Smuggling and the Making of Japan's Transwar Regime, Tessa Morris-Suzuki, Translator: Shun TANIGAWA
  • A New View of Li Xianglan (Lee Koran) Study According to the Verification of the "Yoshiko Yamaguchi file" in NARA, Kenko KAWASAKI 要旨PDF
  • G-2 Historical Section of the occupation army SCAP/FEC and a Japanese group of former military officers, Reiko TSUCHIYA 要旨PDF
  • Hans E.Pringsheim in the Civil Censorship Division, Hiroshi KIMURA 要旨PDF
  • Japanese Examiner working at CCD ― Number, Job and Section, Taketoshi YAMAMOTO 要旨PDF

Special Issue : Propaganda in the Second World War and "postwar" period

  • The Publicity Strategy in the Department of the Army during Hostilities ― Focusing on the Actual Conditions of the Production of Propaganda Posters, Natsuko TAJIMA
  • The intensification plan for Radio Propaganda of Comintern (Communist international) after the Outbreak of the German-Soviet War, Akira SHIMADA
  • UN Radio in the Early Korean War: The Roles of VOA/BBC and Trilateral Relations between the US, UK, and UN, Somei KOBAYASHI 要旨PDF
  • United States Local Intelligence Gathering in Okinawa: A Case Study of USCAR Reports on the 1965 Legislature Election, Hideko YOSHIMOTO
  • The Nobel Peace Prize and its Controversial 3 Years during the Cold War : Åse Lionæs’s Reform and Challenge for the Prize, Koichi HANYU 要旨PDF

  • The Circulation of Books Between Japan and its Overseas Territories Before World War II: Ōsakayagō-shoten, Tōkyō-dō, and Book Distributors in Kansai and Kyūshū., Yoshitaka HIBI 要旨PDF
  • Spione who were deported from Japan in1914-1915, Daisuke FUKUOKA 要旨PDF
  • The Propaganda of the Japanese Puppet Regime in Tianjin during the Second Sino-Japanese War―A Case Study of the “Jinjin Monthly”, Qu YANG

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