Category Archives: nationalism

In a year of big elections, Japan’s was Godzilla

   I have quite an obssession with Japan, spanning through over half of my life. Obssession swinging from delight to absolute hatred. Last Sunday I spent 8 straight hours glued to the main page of Asahi.com following the voting. Although … Continue reading

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The unspeakable heresy

   While procrastinating because I’m stuck on last chapter of writing, I found this article on my daily feed. You all know I love nationalism issue, and especially Japanese one. It’s very different from all other nationalisms (even such fierce … Continue reading

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