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The End of Apology

Prisoner Rights and International Law: Japanese and American Responsibility From World War II to Guantanamo

War-bereaved Families' Dilemma: thoughts on Japan's war

Nagasaki 1945: While Independents Were Scorned, Embed Won Pulitzer (Japanese translation available)

Scientific Stereotypes East and West (available in Spanish)

Music as Weapon: Ainu musician fights for cultural survival

Occupations and Empires: why Iraq is not Japan

Responsibility of Intellectuals: Kobayashi Hideo on Japan at War

Family Skeletons: Japan s Foreign Minister and Forced Labor by Koreans and Allied POWs Japanese Translation Available

The Feud Behind the Scenes: Relocation of the US base on Okinawa