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The Editors

March 29, 2006

Japan s Imperial Succession Debate and Women s Rights
Globalization's New Underclass: China, the US, Japan and the Changing Face of Inequality
The Flawed Rice Doctrine of 'Transformational Diplomacy' and American Global Policy
Troubling Legacy: World War II Forced Labor by American POWs of the Japanese
Race to the Bottom? Japanese Multinational Firms and the Future of the Lifetime Employment System
Yasukuni Shrine on the Silver Screen: Spirits of the state
China Rivalry Fuels Japan's FTA drive
China's Growing Middle East Role and the Potential for US-China Conflict
Latin America and Asia are Breaking Free of Washington's Grip
Dam shame: Tokyo and Kansai flush with water
Japan Gender Conflict Sparks Censorship Debate
US Asks Japan to Stop Iran Oil Development: Sankei Shinbun
The Iwakuni Referendum and the Future of the U.S. Military Base Realignment Agreement
Shopping at the Village Stall: Japan s new development initiative
The Diene Report on Discrimination and Racism in Japan
Minamata Disease at Fifty
Japan's Fiscal Health Requires Cuts of 27 Trillion Yen
Angkor Wat and Asian Tourism: Hordes bring money, but at what cost?
The Japanese Court, Mitsubishi and Corporate Resistance to Chinese Forced Labor Redress (Japanese translation available))
The US Military Empire at Home and Abroad
The Auteur of Anime
A Dangerous Nuclear Deal With India
Ballistic Missile Defense and the US-Japan Alliance