|"Guidebook for Doing Business in the Asia Pacific: A Resource for Indigenous Businesses." Co-author with Dakota Norris. Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, 2019.|
|"Meiji Inspired Diplomacy and Politics for Japan’s Future," in Ken Coates, et al., eds. Japan's Future and a New Meiji Transformation: International Reflections. London: Routledge, 2019.|
|"Enhancing Trans-Pacific People-to-People Ties: Japan-Canada Twinning (Sister) Relationships," Canada-Asia Agenda (November 7, 2018).|
|"Canadian Provinces and Foreign Policy in Asia," International Journal: Canada's Journal of Global Policy Analysis Vol. 73, No.3 (2018) Co-authored With Charles-Louis Labrecque|
|"Pacific Partnerships: Connecting Indigenous People in Canada to Opportunities in Asia," Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, 2017|
|"Celebrating Friendship Across the Pacific: The 50th Anniversary of the Burnaby – Kushiro Sister City Relationship," Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, 2015|
|"Chapter 9: The Cold War, the San Francisco System and Indigenous Peoples." In Kimie Hara, ed. The San Francisco System and Its Legacies: Continuation, Transformation and Historical Reconciliation in the Asia-Pacific London: Routledge, 2015.|
|East Asia–Arctic Relations: Boundary, Security, and International Politics, Part I Academic Workshop, Workshop Report. Belair Centre Series, Keiko and Charles Belair Centre for East Asian Studies, Renison University College, University of Waterloo, 2013, 15pp.|
East Asia–Arctic Relations: Boundary, Security, and International Politics, Part II Policy Workshop, Workshop Report. Belair Centre Series, Keiko and Charles Belair Centre for East Asian Studies, Renison University College, University of Waterloo, 2013, 8pp.
|"Chapter 7: The Indigenous Ainu of Japan at the Time of the Aland Settlement." In Kimie Hara and Geoffrey Jukes, eds. Northern Territories, Asia-Pacific Regional Conflicts and the Aland Experience: Untying the Kurillian KnotLondon: Routledge, 2009.|
|The Indigenous Ainu of Japan and the Northern Territories Dispute (2008)
This book re-examines the territorial dispute between Japan and Russia, the so-called “Northern Territories” issue, by reinterpreting the role of the Indigenous Ainu of Japan. In studying Ainu history and historiography, one finds that the long-standing emphasis on Wajin-based legitimacy of rule and the annexation of northern areas has been forgotten in what amounts to a historical amnesia concerning the role and status of the Ainu.
Focusing on Ainu understandings of local, regional/national and international historical events underscores the importance of de-nationalizing history by integrating the important perspectives of Indigeneity. The preponderance of nation-based studies has seriously inhibited the analysis of historical phenomena involving Indigenous peoples. This study offers a new perspective on the history of this important dispute and illustrates the importance of incorporating Indigenous perspectives and experience within traditional academic studies.
|New Initiatives for Solving the "Northern Territories" Issue between Japan and Russia: An Inspiration from the Aland Experience: Conference Report (2007)|