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

Reborn from the Earth Scarred by Modernity: Minamata Disease and the Miracle of the Human Desire to Live

Conflict in the South China Sea: China's Relations with Vietnam and the Philippines

Is Japan a Leader in Combating Global Warming? The Wind-Power Problem

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

Japan Seeks to Outbid China in Quest for African Support

Russia-China Relations Cool. Implications for the Asia Pacific

Mother Earth's Triple Whammy. North Korea as a Global Crisis Canary

Developmental and Cultural Nationalisms in Historical Perspective

The Cultural Career of the Japanese Economy: Developmental and Cultural Nationalisms in Historical Perspective