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The Editors

July 03, 2007

China-India Clash Over Chinese Claims to Tibetan Water
International Media Scream 'Yellow Peril'. Race and sensationalism in coverage of Japan's Hawker, Blackman murders
Washington Lobbyists for Hire and the US as the Avatar of Human Rights: an undercover report
Japan's Red Purge: Lessons from a Saga of Suppression of Free Speech and Thought
Financial Sanctions & North Korea: In Search of the Evidence of Currency Counterfeiting & Money Laundering Part II
Immigrant Workers in Japan Caught in a Racket
Softly, Softly. Did the Japan Institute of International Affairs buckle under right-wing pressure? No, says Amb. Satoh Yukio. Yes, say his critics.
Hammering Down the Educational Nail: Abe Revises the Fundamental law of Education
Family, Friends and Furusato: "Home" in the Formation of Japanese War Memories
War Responsibility Revisited: Auschwitz in Japan
Japan in the New Global Demography: Comparative Perspectives
E.U.-China Partnership on the Galileo Satellite System: Competing with the U.S. in Space
Ruth Benedict's Obituary for Japanese Culture
War, Empire and the Making of Japanese National Cuisine
Donor Leverage and Access to Bird Flu Vaccines: a challenge to the World Health Organization
Exhibiting World War II in Japan and the United States
China's Emergence as a Science and Technology Power and the Politics of Chinese-Japanese Cooperation
The Decision to Risk the Future: Harry Truman, the Atomic Bomb and the Apocalyptic Narrative
The Australia-Japan FTA Negotiations: What Do they Really Mean?
Loving and Loathing Japan's Concrete Coasts, Where Tetrapods Reign
Australia's Expansive Asian Security Footprint: the 2007 Defence Update, the United States, and the abuses of realism
China and the Two Koreas Clash Over Mount Paekdu/Changbai: Memory Wars Threaten Regional Accommodation
Covert Expansion of the US-Japan Security Treaty: Missile Defence Response to the July 2006 North Korean Missile Test by US Naval Vessels Home-Ported at Yokosuka