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Yasukuni Shrine: Ritual and Memory

The Tokyo Tribunal, War Responsibility and the Japanese People

Defending the Peace Constitution in the Midst of the SDF Training Area

History Overshadows Japan-South Korea Rapprochement

Felling Forestry Firms' Towering Debts: Who Will Save the Forests?

The Bush Strategy and Japan's War Contingency Laws

Remembering the Nanking Massacre

The Coming Internationalization: Can Japan assimilate its immigrants?

The Beginning of the End of Postwar Politics

South Korea Between 20th Century Political Forces and 21st Century Governance