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Toward a nuclear-free northeast Asia or preservation of the status quo? A Symposium

U.S. Occupation of Iraq Recalls Failure in Korea

Emerging From the Shadow of the Black Ships

"Before My Very Eyes, Children Killed by Bombing"

Does Japan Have a National Strategy?

Letter to the United Nations Security Council: No Nuclear Weapons on Okinawa!

Japan in Iraq in Japan: a perspective

Remembering 'The Good War': The Atomic Bombing and the Internment of Japanese-Americans in U.S. History Textbooks

Official Visits to Yasukuni Shrine Invite the Revenge of Reason

From the Internment of Japanese Americans to Guantanamo: Justice in a Time of Trial