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Murakami Ichiro and Ultra-Nationalist Intimidation in Japan

The Okinawa Peace Prize Fraud

Resurgence of the Right and Japan's World War II Accountability

Hu Jintao's Strategy for Handling Chinese Dissent and U.S. Pressure

Japan's Burakumin: An Introduction

A North Korean Visitor to the White House

International Aid for North Korea: Sustainable Effects or a Waste of Resources?

Wife's Lonely Vigil for Imprisoned Husband

Japan Gender Conflict Sparks Censorship Debate

"The Trial of Mr. Hyde" and Victors' Justice