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The Editors

December 02, 2006

The New Cold War and US-Russian Relations
Ryuichi SAKAMOTO: From Bach to Rock to Pop . . . and the Fate of the Corporate Earth
Thinking the Unthinkable: Toward Japanese Nuclear Armament?
Live Ammo: Testing of Biochemical Agents on U.S. Sailors
The Militarization of Space and U.S. Global Dominance: the China Connection
Chinese Advance in the South Pacific: Entrepreneurs Undaunted by Papua New Guinea Dangers
The Case for Japanese Constitutional Revision Assessed
From Flags of Our Fathers to Letters From Iwo Jima: Clint Eastwood's Balancing of Japanese and American Perspectives
The History of U.S.Torture
Becoming an Ugly and Dangerous Nation! The Deterioration of Japan's Fundamental Law of Education
Japan's FTA Drive, East Asian Regional Leadership and the China Challenge
Overfishing to Overconsume. Lure of money set to empty the oceans
Oil and Power: The Rise and Fall of the Japan-Iran Partnership in Azadegan
The Nanjing Massacre. Changing Contours of History and Memory in Japan, China, and the U.S.
Historical Perspectives on Latin American and East Asian Regional Development
Japan's Education Law Reform and the Hearts of Children
Japan's Wartime Sex Slave Exhibition Exposes Darkness in East Timor
Ghosts of Christmas Past: The Christmas Bombing of Vietnam
Japan's Neonationalist Offensive and the Military
Literature, Ideology and Japan's Revised Education Law: Kinoshita Junji's Yuzuru
Donald Richie: A lifetime's observations of Japan
Free Speech - Silenced Voices: The Japanese Media, the Comfort Women Tribunal, and the NHK Affair