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Building a New Old City in Kashgar: China, Central Asia, Cultural Clash [Video update]

Li Ying's "Yasukuni": The Controversy Continues

Building a Better Bomb: Reflections on the Atomic Bomb, the Hydrogen Bomb, and the Neutron Bomb よりよい爆弾の製造ーー原爆、水爆、中性子爆弾について

Early Returns from Japan’s New Criminal Trials

Japanese War Dead Skulls from Saipan at UC Museum: Calls For Return of the Remains

The Exquisite Corpses of Nature and History: The Case of the Korean DMZ

Charter 08 Framer Liu Xiaobo Awarded Nobel Peace Prize. The Troubled History and Future of Chinese Liberalism 零八憲章、中国リベラリズムの悩みある歴史と将来

The Mekong River Under Threat  危機迫るメコン河

Why Build a New Base on Okinawa When the Marines are Relocating to Guam?: Okinawa Mayor Challenges Japan and the US 「沖縄の海兵隊のほとんどがグアムに行くのに、なんで辺野古が必要なんですか?」-宜野湾市長 伊波洋一 日テレインタビュー完全版

The Smallest Army Imaginable: Gandhi's Constitutional Proposal for India and Japan's Peace Constitution 想像しうる最小の軍隊ーーガンジーのインド憲法私案と日本の平和憲法