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April 01, 2008

Freedom Next Time. Japanese Neonationalists Seek to Silence Yasukuni Film (UPDATED)
Foundations of Cooperation: Imagining the Future of Sino-Japanese Relations
The Bataan Death March and the 66-Year Struggle for Justice
Case Dismissed: Osaka Court Upholds Novelist Oe Kenzaburo for Writing that Japanese Military Ordered "Group Suicides" in Battle of Okinawa
The New Face of Indonesia's Islamic Fundamentalism: Pornography Ban Ignores the Starving
US Sanctions Send Iran Into the Arms of Asia
My Friend Frois
The United Nations, the Peacebuilding Commission and the Future of East Timor
Pragmatism and North Korea Policy
Japanese and American War Atrocities, Historical Memory and Reconciliation: World War II to Today
Vietnam and Iraq in Japan: Japanese and American Grassroots Peace Activism
Wooing the Islands: China and Taiwan High Stakes Bid for Pacific Island Support
Yasukuni Film and NHK's Declaration to Promote National Interests. Government Funding, Free Expression and Propaganda in Japan
Afghanistan's Vietnam Portent and American Will
The Health of Japan's Medical Care System: "Patients Adrift?"
Reborn from the Earth Scarred by Modernity: Minamata Disease and the Miracle of the Human Desire to Live
Conflict in the South China Sea: China's Relations with Vietnam and the Philippines