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“Secret” 1965 Memo Reveals Plans to Keep U.S. Bases and Nuclear Weapons Options in Okinawa After Reversion  1965年「秘密」メモが明らかにする、復帰後沖縄における米軍基地保持と核兵器持ち込み選択肢保留の計画

The New Korean Cinema, Kwangju and the Art of Political Violence  韓国の新しい映画製作、光州、および政治的暴力

The Unknown Korean War: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Korea and Excavation of the Remains of Mass-murdered Victims

The Failure of Imagination: From Pearl Harbor to 9-11, Afghanistan and Iraq  想像力の欠落−−真珠湾から9・11、アフガニスタン、イラクまで

Disarming Japan's Cannons with Hollywood's Cameras: Cinema in Korea Under U.S. Occupation, 1945-1948 ホリウッドの映写機による脱日本化−−1945−48年米国占領下の韓国における映画

The United States, the United Nations, and the Second Occupation of Korea, 1950-1951   米国、国連、朝鮮再占領 1950-1951年

Averting War in Northeast Asia: A Proposal  東北アジアでの戦争勃発を防ぐ ––– 一提言

Kim Jong Il’s Nuclear Diplomacy and the US Opening: Slow Motion Six-Party Engagement  金正日の核外交と開く米国−−緩慢な六カ国会議交渉

Futenma: Tip of the Iceberg in Okinawa’s Agony  普天間−−沖縄の苦悶の氷山の一角

Who Should Bear the Burden of US Bases? Governor Nakaima’s Plea for a “Relocation Site Outside of Okinawa Prefecture, but within Japan” アメリカで県外移設を訴える仲井真知事