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Before Sunrise: Will Obama seize a rare opportunity for change in U.S.-Japan relations?

Okinawan Message to President Obama: Withdraw the Marines

A Letter to the Citizens of Hiroshima and Nagasaki From a Hibakusha residing in Okinawa

Engaging the DPRK: A “Deferred Delivery” Option?

Writing Hiroshima and Nagasaki in the 21st Century: A New Generation of Historical Manga 21世紀において広島・長崎を書くーー新世代の歴史マンガ

The Nomonhan Incident and the Politics of Friendship on the Russia-Mongolia-China Border

Korean Prisoners-of-War in Hawaii During World War II and the Case of US Navy Abduction of Three Korean Fishermen

The Path Not Taken, The Way Still Open: Denuclearizing The Korean Peninsula And Northeast Asia

Extended Nuclear Deterrence, Global Abolition, and Korea

Rethinking Extended Nuclear Deterrence in the Defence of Australia