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The Editors

June 10, 2005

Canadian-U.S. Conflicts
Yasukuni Shrine: Ritual and Memory
The Ties That Bind China, Russia and Iran (Available in Japanese)
Yasukuni Shrine, Nationalism and Japan's International Relations
Korean Collaborators: South Korea s Truth Committees and the Forging of a New Pan-Korean Nationalism
South Korean Mistrust of Japan: Poll
Recession Eats Up Japanese Careers, Lives
Godzilla and the Bravo Shot: Who Created and Killed the Monster?
New Weapon Wielded in Old Tomb Debate: Information disclosure law reveals uncertainty over emperor's graves
Emperor, Shinto, Democracy: Japan s Unresolved Questions of Historical Consciousness
Japan's Nuclear Power Plant Siting: Quelling Resistance
Now is the Time for a National Debate on the Monarchy Itself
The Enola Gay, the Atomic Bomb and American War Memory
The Quiet Master
Virtual Violence
Flawed Political Economy of Decentralization
Remember "In re Yamashita"?
China's Energy Options: national, regional and global consequences
China Gorging and Japan-China Resource and Energy Conflicts
U.S. Deals Fatal Blow to Japan
Managing the Resources of the China Seas: China's Bilateral Fisheries Agreements with Japan, South Korea, and Vietnam
India-China-US and the Energy Conundrum
Reflection on the Sixtieth Anniversary of the Trinity Test (Japanese translation available)