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The Editors

August 01, 2007

The Asian Financial Crisis of 1997 a Decade On: Two Perspectives
All Fall Down: The Asian Financial Crisis, Neoliberalism and Economic Miracles
Shaken to the Core: Japan's Nuclear Program Battered by Niigata Quake
Japan as a Nuclear State
The Story of a Head That Fell Off
Okinawa and the Paradox of Public Opinion: Base Politics and Protest in Nago City, 1997-2007
A Contract Law that Enslaves Japanese Working People
Why Hiroshima and Nagasaki Day Events Matter. Hiroshima & Nagasaki Peace Declarations
Micronesia and the Postwar Remaking of the Asia Pacific: "An American Lake"
Shanghai Cooperation Organization Primed and Ready to Fire: Toward a Regional and Global Realignment?
Why Worry? Japan's Nuclear Plants at Grave Risk From Quake Damage
Carbon-Free and Nuclear-Free: A Roadmap for U.S. Energy Policy
The End of Alliance "Business as Usual"? Ozawa's Rejection of Japan's Indian Ocean Deployment
The Road to Peace in Northeast Asia - Prospects and Pitfalls
Nicolas Sarkozy's Conservative Revolution: The Price for France
Washington's double vision: al-Qaida, Iran and Global Islamo-fascism
The Atomic Bombs and the Soviet Invasion: What Drove Japan's Decision to Surrender?
People's Diplomacy: The Japan-China Friendship Association and Critical War Memory in the 1950s
The New 'NATO of the East' Takes Shape: The SCO and China, Russia and US Maneuvers
Climate Change and the Threat to Pacific Island Nations
Lee Hak Rae, the Korean Connection and "Japanese" War Crimes on the Burma-Thai Railway
Essential Ingredients of Truth: Japanese Soldiers' Diaries in the Asia Pacific War
Suicide is a social not an individual problem: Japan in International Perspective
Fishing. Western, Japanese and Islander Perceptions of Ecology and Modernization in the Pacific
China's Korean Autonomous Prefecture and China-Korea Border Politics
Passage of H.Res. 121 on "Comfort Women", the US Congress and Historical Memory in Japan
Sinking. Tuvalu and the Pacific Islands in an Age of Global Warming