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The Editors

 

February 15, 2005

Jumping to the Right
American Defeat in Iraq
"I just want to make Japan a better place to live": Korean national blocked from promotion by Tokyo government vows to fight on
Defending the Peace Constitution in the Midst of the SDF Training Area
'It is the Same Here as in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.' Serbians Suffer Long-term Effects of NATO Depleted Uranium Bombs
Japan's Migration Conundrum
Japan's Iraq Conundrum
Japan's Wageless Recovery: creating an underclass of part-time workers
Propaganda Art From Colonial Korea
War and Japan's Memory Wars: the media and the globalization of consciousness
Is the Time Ripe to Reorganize the United Nations Security Council?
Looking Back at the Occupation -- The US and Japan over 60 Years
Are Self-Defense Force Soldiers Pawns to be Sacrificed?
Nuclear Folly
Japanese Militarization and the Bush Doctrine
A Long-term Strategy for North Korea
The End of Apology
Resolving the China-Japan Dispute Over the Senkaku Islands
Reclaiming Asia From the West: Rethinking Global History
Russian Mix of Oil and Weapons to Resolve Border Disputes: the Russian, Chinese, Japanese triangle
One Man's Justice
Japan's Grassroots Pacifism
Japan's Responsibility for the Worsening in Japan-China Relations: Reflections on recent conflicts
Pyongyang Waiting for the Spring