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Ruth Benedict's Obituary for Japanese Culture: An Exchange

Look Back in Anger. Filming the Nanjing Massacre

Ocean of Wit and Wisdom

Promoting Peace and Reconciliation as a Citizen of East Asia: The Collaborative East Asian Workshop and the Grassroots House Peace Museum

The Women's Active Museum on War and Peace: Its Role in Public Education

"Why I Support Executions": An interview with Justice Minister Hatoyama Kunio

Famine and the Market: North Korea Meets Keynes

Multicultural Education in Japan

From the Kwajalein Missile Range to Fiji: The Military, Money and Misery in Paradise

Why I Went to Iraq. Reflections of a Japanese Hostage