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The Editors

November 02, 2006

Internment Without Charges: Dorothea Lange and the Censored Images of Japanese American Internment
Maritime Interdiction of North Korean WMD Trade: Toward a Second Korean War?
North Korea's Nuclear Test--Bush's Godchild?
By What Power am I Called Hither? The Impunity of Kings and Presidents
Vietnam's Roaring Economy, the World Stage and the US
This Is the New Japan: Immigrants are Transforming a Once Insular Society
The Ethnic Detective and the Atomic Bomb: A Japanese American Mystery series
Japan's New Miracle Economy: Neoliberalism and the Poverty of Wealth
The Sino-Russian Arms Dilemma
Okinawan Election With US Base Plan in the Balance
Relatives Hunt for Japanese War Dead: Remains of 1.2 Million MIAs Overseas
Perilous Journeys: North Korean Famine and Flight to China and Beyond
The National Politics of the Yasukuni Shrine
Goodbye Iran, Hello Iraq: Japan's and China's Oil Prospects in the Balance
Bush May Face Religious Wrath in Indonesia
The Okinawan Election and Resistance to Japan's Military First Politics
North Dakota Braves and the Atomic Bomb: Priest and Two Veterans in WMD Protest Sentenced for Prayer for Peace (Updated)
Burden Sharing, Security and Equity in the Straits of Malacca
An Unyielding Demand for Justice: Wartime Chinese Laborers Sue Japan for Compensation
Chinese Labor Law Reform: Guaranteeing Worker Rights in the Age of Globalism
George Bush's Visit to Indonesia, the Indonesia-US Relationship and the 1965 Coup
The Political Economy of Sanctions Against North Korea