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Japan's Political and Constitutional Crossroads

Japan Intelligence Satellite Launch Pushes the Boundaries of Self-defense: the North Korea Connection

Inoue Hisashi: Crusader with a Pen

The Case for Japanese Constitutional Revision Assessed

Japan's Education Law Reform and the Hearts of Children

Japan's Neonationalist Offensive and the Military

Postwar Japanese Intellectuals' Changing Perspectives on "Asia" and Modernity

Is Press Freedom Being Eroded in Japan?

Koreans Under Assault From the Japanese Right

Yasukuni Shrine at the Heart of Japan's National Debate: History, Memory, Denial