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The Editors

September 04, 2006

Cold War Frontiers in the Asia-Pacific: The Troubling Legacy of the San Francisco Treaty
The Struggle for the Japanese Soul: Komori Yoshihisa, Sankei Shimbun, and the JIIA controversy
Japan and China: The Next Fifty Years
Australia, Pacific Islanders and the Politics of Independence
Writers From the Other Asia: the two Koreas
Yasukuni Shrine Imposes Silence on Bereaved Families
Organizing Wal-Mart: The Chinese Trade Union at a Crossroads [Updated]
Japan's 'war on terror' should start at home
Names, Bones and Unpaid Wages (1): Reparations for Korean Forced Labor in Japan
Legal Categories, Demographic Change and Japan's Korean Residents in the Long Twentieth Century
Officer's Refusal of Iraq Deployment Divides the Japanese American Community: The Case of Lt. Watada
North Dakota Braves and the Atomic Bomb: Priest and Two Veterans in WMD Protest Prayer for Peace (Updated)
The Time Has Come When Anyone Could Become a "Health Care Refugee"
Japan Intelligence Satellite Launch Pushes the Boundaries of Self-defense: the North Korea Connection
Names, Bones and Unpaid Wages (2): Seeking Redress for Korean Forced Labor
Foreign policy as a 'fight': Abe and the future of East Asian relations
The Remembered and the Forgotten: Slighting the firebombing victims of Japan's Pacific War
Japan Sinking? Sequel to 1970s Novel finds Japan Sunk and the Japanese Scattered
The Epistemology of Torture: 24 and Japanese Proletarian Literature
The Geopolitics of Energy: Russia sets the pace in energy race
North Korea and the International Politics of Famine
The Legacy of Long-Gone States: China, Korea and the Koguryo Wars
Satsuki Ina's From a Silk Cocoon, Japanese-American Incarceration Resistance Narratives, and the Post 9/11 Era
The Samurai Way of Baseball and the National Character Debate