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Free Speech - Silenced Voices: The Japanese Media, the Comfort Women Tribunal, and the NHK Affair

Taiji: Japan's Dolphin Cull and the Clash of Cultures

Engendering the Concept of Peace: on Violence against Women

Internationalizing the Okinawan Struggle: Implications of the 2006 Elections in Okinawa and the US

Love Your State, Love Your Boss: Whither Japan?

Hubris, Intransigence, and the North Korean Nuclear Crisis

The Euro-American Psyche and the Imaging of Samoa in the Early 20th Century

Al Qaeda's Southeast Asia, Jamaah Islamiyah and Regional Terrorism: Kinship and Family Links  アルカイダの東南アジア、ジャマー・イスラミヤー、および地域テロ−−王建と家族的つながり

The first agonizing step towards stabilizing Northeast Asia

The End of Overtime Pay: More Production or Just More Work for Japan's White Collar Workers?