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Writing the History of the Future: The Killing Game

Pyongyang Waiting for the Spring

The Enola Gay in History and Memory

Japanese Discrimination Against Korean and other Ethnic Schools

Child survivor of forced mass suicide in Manchuria still loves hero who saved her

Minamata Disease at 50: Death, despair, discrimination continue

Death Penalty and the Media

Recovering a Lost Opportunity: Japan-North Korea Negotiations in the Wake of the Iraqi War

Iraq Hostage Crisis Signals Turning Point for Japan

Article 9, Iraq and Revision of the Japanese Constitution