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Government, the Military and Business in Japan's Wartime Comfort Woman System

A Foot soldier in the War Against Forgetting Japanese Wartime Atrocities

Strategic Errors of Monumental Proportions: Lessons for Iraq from Vietnam, El Salvador and the Middle East

Can a Japanese Official Criticize George W. Bush? U.S. protests Kyuma's criticism of Iraq invasion, but Japan's Defense Chief raps Washington again

Yokohama and Seoul: Dealing With Crimes of State in Japan and South Korea

Memories of a Zainichi Korean Childhood

Postwar Japanese Intellectuals' Changing Perspectives on "Asia" and Modernity

Abe's Violent Denial: Japan's Prime Minister and the 'Comfort Women'

Japan's Top Court Poised to Kill Lawsuits by Chinese War Victims

Japan's 'Comfort Women': It's time for the truth (in the ordinary, everyday sense of the word)