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Looking Back at the Occupation -- The US and Japan over 60 Years

Emperor, Shinto, Democracy: Japan s Unresolved Questions of Historical Consciousness

The Emperor, Modern Japan and the U.S.-Japan Relationship

The Dead Must Not Be Abused: Yasukuni Shrine, the Prime Minister and the Constitution

Japan's Fiscal Health Requires Cuts of 27 Trillion Yen

Japan's War Readiness: Desecration of the Constitution in the Wake of 9-11

Resurgence of the Right and Japan's World War II Accountability

What Next for Japan s Democratic Party?

Engaging History and Peace in a Time of Conflict: A New Documentary on Japan's Constitution

Hu Jintao's Strategy for Handling Chinese Dissent and U.S. Pressure