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January 04, 2006

Rivalries Threaten New Cold War in East Asia
China's Pollution and the Threat to Domestic and Regional Stability
Formosa's First Nations and the Japanese: from colonial rule to postcolonial resistance
A Chronicle of Korea-Japan 'Friendship'
20 Years On and Whales are Under Threat Again: Japan, Norway, Iceland
Human Rights in North Korea and the U.S. Strategy of Linkage
Japan's New Blue Water Navy: A Four-year Indian Ocean mission recasts the Constitution and the US-Japan alliance
Twilight in the Desert: an interview on peak oil with Matthew Simmons
Flags of Our Fathers: commemorating Iwo Jima
Reviving the China Threat
North Korea and the US "Strategic Decision"
The Constitution is Japan's Pledge of Peace to the World
Japan's Burakumin: An Introduction
Crimes against Humanity: Japanese Diplomacy, East Timor and the "Truth Commission"
Japan's New Energy Strategy
East Timor's Search for Justice and Reconciliation
Koizumi's Obstinacy Could Isolate Japan: Yasukuni and Asia
Okinawa Base Plan for US Forces Boosted by Election
Ukraine gas dispute -- Has Putin gone nuts? The reassertion of Soviet power
Unrequited Responsibility: Japan, Iran and Israel
Iran, War, and Sanctions
Japan's Iran Dilemma and Oil
The U.S.-India Nuclear Deal, Iran, and India's Future
Japan-Indonesia Relations: New Opportunities, New tensions
What Next for Japan s Democratic Party?
The New Imperialism and the Post-Colonial Developmental State: Manchukuo in comparative perspective