This set of collections has been created, managed and made public through Internet Archive, with the initiative and funding of the National Library of Australia.
This collection of archived websites and blogs documents the rapid growth of social movements following the crisis of Fukushima Nuclear Power Plants in northern Japan on March 11, 2011. The nuclear power plants disaster created layers of problems that could affect generations of people across Japan. The social movements have taken up a variety of causes and presented in various formats of actions. The archiving is still ongoing.
Okinawa has its own unique identity, culture, history and geopolitical contemporary issues. Some websites on contemporary Okinawa are captured in this collection.
Information and communication online started taking over the traditional medium offline in its influencing effect on public opinions. This collection is of some of those active online communities.
This collection is of existing political parties of the time, starting Dec 2012.
A peer-reviewed online journal, run by non-profit organisation. The main aim is to provide in-depth critical analysis of the forces shaping the Asia-Pacific and the world.