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The Editors

December 12, 2005

"The Most Crucial Education": Saotome Katsumoto and Japanese Anti-War Thought
Okinawa - Rising Magma
From APEC to WTO: Trajectories of Protest in Korea and East Asia
International Aid for North Korea: Sustainable Effects or a Waste of Resources?
What Role Japan's Imperial Family?
Is Europe Western?
From the Internment of Japanese Americans to Guantanamo: Justice in a Time of Trial
Japan: What Foundations for Economic Optimism?
Fear and Loathing on the Pyongyang Trail: North Korea and the United States
Pan-Korean Nationalism, Anti-Great Power-ism and U.S.-South Korean Relations Available in Korean and French Translation
The Social Origins and Consequences of Contemporary Japanese Populism
What Have Japan's Self-Defense Forces Accomplished in Iraq?
Tide Change in Saga, Japan
Masks of Whatchamacallit: A Nagasaki Tale
Peace or Justice? East Timor's Troubled Road
China Lays Down Gauntlet in Energy War: the geopolitics of oil, Central Asia and the United States
Chinese Plan for a Nanjing Memorial to 'the Good Nazi' Reopens War Wounds
India, China and the Global Pursuit of Energy: Coopetition and competition
No Exit? Climate Change and Peak Oil
Empire and Nation Revisited: Fifty Years After Bandung
How to Assess the Park Chung Hee Era and Korean Development (Korean original text available)
Nuclear Clouds Gather Over the Asia Pacific