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The Bataan Death March and the 66-Year Struggle for Justice

Case Dismissed: Osaka Court Upholds Novelist Oe Kenzaburo for Writing that Japanese Military Ordered "Group Suicides" in Battle of Okinawa

The New Face of Indonesia's Islamic Fundamentalism: Pornography Ban Ignores the Starving

My Friend Frois

The United Nations, the Peacebuilding Commission and the Future of East Timor

Japanese and American War Atrocities, Historical Memory and Reconciliation: World War II to Today

The Health of Japan's Medical Care System: "Patients Adrift?"

Race and American Military Justice: Rape, Murder, and Execution in Occupied Japan

Japan's Fragile Relations with Indonesia and the Spectre of China

War Responsibility and Historical Memory: Hirohito's Apparition