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The Editors

July 06, 2005

Breaking the Impasse in Japan-Russia Relations
Japan's Surrender Decision and the Monarchy: Staying the Course in an Unwinnable War
Where the Wild Things Are: The Miyazaki Menagerie
Japan Joins U.S. in Dangerous Space Race
North Korea, Iran and the United States: the Dangerous Games Nations Play
Chinese Forced Labor, the Japanese Government and the Prospects for Redress
Imitating the Colonizers: The Legacy of the Disciplining State from Manchukuo to South Korea
Negotiating With North Korea
Out of Kilter: Japan's Flawed Nuclear Disarmament Approach and the NPT
Yasukuni: Behind the Torii: From government-run shrine for war heroes to bone of contention
What is Japanese Tradition?
War-bereaved Families' Dilemma: thoughts on Japan's war
Nagasaki 1945: While Independents Were Scorned, Embed Won Pulitzer (Japanese translation available)
Reflections on Hiroshima and the Anti-Nuclear Movement
Freedom of the Press U.S. Style on Okinawa
A North Korean Visitor to the White House
Music as Weapon: Ainu musician fights for cultural survival
Kyoto Korea Town fights for survival
North Korea Coming in from the Cold
Disgraced Mainichi Journalist Reopens 30-year-old Scandal Over Okinawa Reversion
Hirohito and History: Japanese and American Perspectives on the Emperor and World War II in Asia
India, China, the U.S. and the Balance of Power in the Indian Ocean
Japan's Kamikaze Pilots and Contemporary Suicide Bombers: War and Terror
The Allied Occupation of Japan - an Australian View
The Dead Bedevil Japan-Korea Relations
Dokdo Is Korean Territory
Re-writing the Past/ Re-Claiming the Future: Nationalism and the Politics of Anti-Americanism in South Korea
The "Comfort Women" Controversy: History and Testimony
Legacy of Japanese island's World War II poison-gas plant lives on