William Andrews is a writer and translator in Tokyo. He studied at King’s College London and moved to Japan in 2004.
He has written for ArtAsiaPacific, Jacobin, CounterPunch, The Japan Times, Japan Focus: The Asia-Pacific Journal, Baku, CounterFire, Tokyo Art Beat and more.
He is the author of Dissenting Japan: A History of Japanese Radicalism and Counterculture, from 1945 to Fukushima (Hurst Publishers, 2016).
Photo: Naoaki Yamamoto
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"We are very concerned that these types of suppression against citizens by the police will expand. The whole purpose of [conspiracy law] is to repress citizen movement and the press."