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Yasukuni Shrine on the Silver Screen: Spirits of the state

Japanese Business Group Calls on P.M. to Halt Yasukuni Visits

Chinese Slave Laborers Win Redress in Landmark Ruling

Building Bridges Over Hate: Thai-Burma Railroad legacy

Arlington National Cemetery and Yasukuni Jinja: History, Memory, and the Sacred

Japan's Surrender Decision and the Monarchy: Staying the Course in an Unwinnable War

Japan's World War II POW Policy: Indifference and Irresponsibility

The Hundred Head Contest: Reassessing the Nanjing Massacre

Why Japanese Wartime Apologies Fail

Rivalries Threaten New Cold War in East Asia