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The Editors

November 24, 2005

Rokkasho and Japan's Nuclear Energy Policy
Representing Hirohito in Wartime: The Art of Arthur Szyk
Koizumi's Kingdom of Illusion
Nixon to China, Bush to Kyoto?
Why Bush Abandoned the Plan for New Nukes: Stopping the Bunker Buster
Language Loss and Revitalization in the Ryukyu Islands
Responsibility of Intellectuals: Kobayashi Hideo on Japan at War
The Postwar and the Japanese Constitution: Beyond Constitutional Dilemmas
Family Ties: The Tojo Legacy
India Abandons Global Nuclear Disarmament
Where is Japan Heading?
Dancing Alone: A Hard Look at Soft Power
Okinawa and the Revamped US-Japan Alliance
Power Politics and Willing Masses
Japan, the Ryukyus and the Taiwan Expedition of 1874: toward reconciliation after 130 years
Hu Jintao's Strategy for Handling Chinese Dissent and U.S. Pressure
Whither East Asia? Reflections on Japan's Colonial Experience in Taiwan
Unit 731 and the Japanese Imperial Army's Biological Warfare Program
Defiant Japan Fights for Its Leather Industry: A WTO Saga and an Historic Taboo
Compensating Colonial Lepers, Slave Laborers and Hibakusha: Troubling Legacies and Evolving Standards of Postcolonial Justice in Japan
Putin's Diplomatic Victory in Tokyo: Regional Perspective on Russia-Japan Relations
Japan s Hidden Arms Trade
Japan's Deadly Game of Nuclear Roulette
The Cabal is Alive and Well