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Takeshima/Tokdo and the Roots of Japan-Korea Conflict

Korean Hibakusha on Their Own

Dokdo Is Korean Territory

Renegotiate the Okinawa Base Issue

In the forest of the soul: Oe Kenzaburo at 70

Japanese Business Group Calls on P.M. to Halt Yasukuni Visits

A-bomb Legacy Fading: Steven Okazaki films hibakusha stories for future generations

Wilfred Burchett's Memoirs of a Rebel Journalist: Lessons from Hiroshima to Vietnam and Iraq

The Allied Occupation of Japan - an Australian View

Japan-South Korea ties on the rocks