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Announcing APJ’s Annual Fund-raising Campaign

Our goal: to raise $12,000 to publish the Journal and to carry out improvements in the design and functioning of our website. At a time when the international order is imploding with new conflicts erupting across the Asia-Pacific our work takes on new importance. We rely on readers, authors and supporters. Your support has allowed us to reach $5,000 toward our $12,000 goal. The Asia-Pacific Journal is a 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization recognized by the Internal Revenue Service. Contributions are tax deductible. Success depends not only on the many $25 and $50 contributions, but also on people able to provide $100 to $1000 contributions. By Paypal or credit card at our home page under Support Us.

 

April 27, 2005

Weapons of Mass Destruction and the U.S. War in Iraq
Japan-Russia Dispute Over Northern Territories Highlights Flawed Diplomacy
Political and Cultural Perspectives on Japan's Insider Minorities
Asia Battles Over War History: The legacy of the Pacific War looms over Tokyo's plans for the future
Compulsory Patriotism: Japan's national flag and anthem
Dire Straits: Competing Security Priorities in the South China Sea
A Japanese-American Internment Icon's Legacy and the Civil Rights Movement
Nationalism and the China-Japan Conflict
George W. Bush's Nuclear Addiction
Disputed Bones: Japan, North Korea and the 'Nature' Controversy
Engaging History and Peace in a Time of Conflict: A New Documentary on Japan's Constitution
"A Freedom That Rocks the Boat": Yoji Sakate's Small Theater
Japan emerges as America's deputy sheriff in the Pacific
Robert Oppenheimer, the Bomb, and Nuclear Insecurity
The Enola Gay in History and Memory
Iran, War and World Energy
Striking Shenzhen Workers at Japanese-owned Wal-Mart Supplier Firm Demand Right to Unionize [Updated]
Ground Zero 1945: Pictures by Atomic Bomb Survivors
Weapons of Mass Destruction, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the Atomic Testing Museum
Ending the Russia-Japan Impasse: fresh thinking on the Kurils
Boeing, Boeing . . . Gone [plane truth]