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Response to Herbert P. Bix,

"I just want to make Japan a better place to live": Korean national blocked from promotion by Tokyo government vows to fight on

"The Most Crucial Education": Saotome Katsumoto and Japanese Anti-War Thought

Chinese Plan for a Nanjing Memorial to 'the Good Nazi' Reopens War Wounds

The Past and Future of Japan-China Relations

Notes From Ground Zero: Power, Equity and Postwar Reconstruction in Two Eras

'The Law of next year' in Japanese politics

Japan s Imperial Succession Debate and Women s Rights

Pacific Terrorism: An Exchange on War and Terror

The US Military Empire at Home and Abroad