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What Me Worry? Japan Blithely Ignores the Warnings of Peak Oil Analysts

Japanese Foreign Policy in Light of the Iraq War

Japan's New Security Regime and the Rights of Foreigners

From Nanjing 1937 to Fallujah 2004: War Crimes in Perspective

Japan Through the Eyes of a "Quasi-Refugee"

Open the Door-- Japan's Policy of Exclusion of Refugees (Part 1)

Japan Stares into a Demographic Abyss

The Flawed Rice Doctrine of 'Transformational Diplomacy' and American Global Policy

What Have Japan's Self-Defense Forces Accomplished in Iraq?

Why Bush Abandoned the Plan for New Nukes: Stopping the Bunker Buster