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American Fundamentalisms and World Disorder

Families of Eight Wrongfully Executed South Korean Political Prisoners Awarded Record Compensation. The People's Revolutionary Party 8

Kim Jong Il confronts Bush-and wins. A New Page in North-South Korean Relations

The Turnaround in Sino-Indian Relations

The US-Japan-China Mistrust Spiral and Okinotorishima

Biohazard: Unit 731 in Postwar Japanese Politics of National "Forgetfulness"

The Nanking Atrocity: An Interpretive Overview

North Korea and the Birth Pangs of a New Northeast Asian Order

From Indochina to Iraq: At War With Asia

Multicultural Education in Japan