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New Weapon Wielded in Old Tomb Debate: Information disclosure law reveals uncertainty over emperor's graves

JAPANESE ONLY: The Otaru Hotspring Case and Discrimination Against "Foreigners" in Japan

Yasukuni Shrine on the Silver Screen: Spirits of the state

The Okinawa Peace Prize Fraud

Power Politics and Willing Masses

Open the Door -- Japan's Policy of Exclusion of Refugees (Part 2)

Rivalries Threaten New Cold War in East Asia

Bite the Dog: cracking down on the Japanese press

South Korea After Roh Moo Hyun: Blood ties thicker than an alliance?

Human Rights in North Korea and the U.S. Strategy of Linkage