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The Editors

January 02, 2007

Taiji: Japan's Dolphin Cull and the Clash of Cultures
Internationalizing the Okinawan Struggle: Implications of the 2006 Elections in Okinawa and the US
Love Your State, Love Your Boss: Whither Japan?
Hubris, Intransigence, and the North Korean Nuclear Crisis
The Euro-American Psyche and the Imaging of Samoa in the Early 20th Century
Al Qaeda's Southeast Asia, Jamaah Islamiyah and Regional Terrorism: Kinship and Family Links−−
The End of Overtime Pay: More Production or Just More Work for Japan's White Collar Workers?
A Strategic Partnership Between Japan and India?
China's Tortuous Middle East Journey: Israel, Iran, and Saudia Arabia
Restoring Order: Conquering Iraq in the 13th and 21st Centuries. Could Genghis Khan teach the US?
Indonesia: Natural Disasters or Mass Murder?
Is Japan a Cultural Looter?
Sanctions and the Road to War in Korea
Japan's Korean Residents Caught in the Japan-North Korea Crossfire
China Moves Oil Up the Mekong: What price the environment?
China's Durable Inequality: Legacies of Revolution and Pitfalls of Reform
First into Nagasaki: George Weller's Censored Eyewitness Dispatches on the atomic bombing and Japan's POWs
Remake Politics, Not Nature: Tanaka Shozo's Philosophies of 'Poison' and 'Flow' and Japan's Environment
Government, the Military and Business in Japan's Wartime Comfort Woman System
A Foot soldier in the War Against Forgetting Japanese Wartime Atrocities
Geopolitics of the Afghanistan War: US Elevates Pakistan to Regional Kingpin. Implications for Russia, NATO, Iran and the Arab States
Strategic Errors of Monumental Proportions: Lessons for Iraq from Vietnam, El Salvador and the Middle East
Can a Japanese Official Criticize George W. Bush? U.S. protests Kyuma's criticism of Iraq invasion, but Japan's Defense Chief raps Washington again
Natural Farming Greening the Deserts: Japanese Farmer-Philosopher Fukuoka Masanobu
Japan's Wishful Nuclear Thinking: What Price Power?
Yokohama and Seoul: Dealing With Crimes of State in Japan and South Korea
Crime and Punishment in Japan: From Re-integrative Shaming to Popular Punitivism
Can Economic Theory Demystify North Korea?
Little Birds: A Japanese Filmmaker's Devastating Window on the Iraq War