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The Editors

 

October 02, 2006

Supranationalism and Mythologies of American Power
The Stalker State: North Korean Proliferation and the End of American Nuclear Hegemony
The "Integrated Community": Toward the Transformation of the Hikikomori Archipelago Japan
The New Pacific Wall: The U.S., Australia, and New Zealand Isolate and Divide Small Insular Nations
Inoue Hisashi: Crusader with a Pen
Time of Reckoning: The North Korean Bomb, the United States, and the Future of the Korean Peninsula
Against the System: Antiwar Writing of Kuroshima Denji
After the Bomb: North Korea Isn't Our Problem
"Back to the Stone Age": Origins of a Cliche
Tokyo Homes May Sit on World War II Mass Grave
Still Taboo After All These Years: Japan's New Imperial Heir and the Media
The Chinese Discovery of America: Gavin Menzies and 1421
U.S. Neo-Conservatives Call For Japanese Nukes, Regime Change in North Korea
The Northern Territories Impasse, Russia and Japanese Dependence on the U.S.
Russian Energy Geostrategy Redefines Relations with the US and EU
Japan's Missing Economic Link: Lagging Consumption and the China Factor
Cold Comfort: The Japan Lobby Blocks Congressional Resolution on World War II Sex Slaves
Did North Korea Successfully Conduct a Nuclear Test? A Technical Analysis
Time to End the Korean War: The Korean Nuclear Crisis in the Era of Unification
The Emerging Russian Giant: The US, Eurasia and Global Geopolitics
Russian Energy Maneuvers Challenge Japan: The Sakhalin Ploy
The Ryukyus and Taiwan in the East Asian Seas: A Longue Duree Perspective
North Korean Famine, Refugees, and International Aid