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The Retrial of the Yokohama Incident: A Six Decade Battle for Human Dignity

The Other Japanese Occupation

Prioritizing Japan-U.S. Relations or a Multilateral Diplomacy?

Disgraced Mainichi Journalist Reopens 30-year-old Scandal Over Okinawa Reversion

Japan Seeks Bigger Middle East Role: Economic Diplomacy

The Emperor Showa standing at ground zero: on the (re-)configuration of a national memory of the Japanese people

China Lays Down Gauntlet in Energy War: the geopolitics of oil, Central Asia and the United States

Japanese Textbooks Censored to Support US Wars

Japanese Militarization and the Bush Doctrine

Why Japanese Efforts to Facilitate Middle East Talks Have Failed