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May 02, 2007

A Forgotten Holocaust: US Bombing Strategy, the Destruction of Japanese Cities & the American Way of War from World War II to Iraq
Kaji Maki: First he gave us sudoku
New Energy Fuels Japan's Diplomacy: From the Middle East to Central Asia
Letters from Iwo Jima: Japanese Perspectives
Did It Really Help to be a Japanese Colony? East Asian Economic Performance in Historical Perspective
Japan, the F-22 and History
Bombs Over Cambodia: New Light on US Air War
Karma, War and Inequality in Twentieth Century Japan
Secret Details of Sordid Okinawan Reversion Deal Revealed
North Korean Criminality Examined: the US Case. Part I
On History, Nationalism and a Northeast Asian Community
Pachinko: Declining Popularity or a Continuing Japanese Social Problem?
The New Guinea Comfort Women, Japan and the Australian Connection: out of the shadows
Reins of Liberation: Geopolitics and Ethnopolitics of China, Central Asia and the Asia Pacific
US and Chinese Nuclear and Missile Development: the Risk of Accidental Nuclear War
Japan Vies With China for Dominance in Indochina and ASEAN
Herbert Norman, the Occupation of Japan, and Canada-U.S. Relations. A Canadian critique of MacArthur and the Occupation
The Kamikaze in Japanese and International Film
Proof of POW Forced Labor for Japan's Foreign Minister: The Aso Mines (Japanese Translation available)
The Case Against Revising Interpretations of the Japanese Constitution
The Kingdom of Tonga and the Fight Against Feudalism in the Pacific Islands
Traveling through Autonomy and Subjugation: Jeju Island Under Japan and Korea
Local Mosques and the Lives of Muslims in Japan
Fitting Okinawa into Japan the "Beautiful Country"
The Japanese Apology on the "Comfort Women" Cannot Be Considered Official: Interview with Congressman Michael Honda
Securing Japan: The Current Discourse