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The End of Silence: Korea's A-bomb victims seek redress

Japan's East Asia Problem: A Sixtieth Anniversary Perspective on the Postwar

The Retrial of the Yokohama Incident: A Six Decade Battle for Human Dignity

The Emperor Showa standing at ground zero: on the (re-)configuration of a national memory of the Japanese people

Asia Battles Over War History: The legacy of the Pacific War looms over Tokyo's plans for the future

The Imaginary Geography of a Nation and its De-nationalized Narrative: Japan and the Korean Experience

Japanese Chemical Weapons Left in China in 1945

Resolving the Wartime Forced Labor Compensation Question

Korean Slave Laborers: Repatriating and Burying the Dead

Toward an independent Japanese Relationship With the United States