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September 03, 2007

Abe and Okinawa: Collision Course?
The Tongue That Divided Life and Death. The 1923 Tokyo Earthquake and the Massacre of Koreans.
New Roadmap for Japan-India ties
Hundreds of Ethnic Koreans from Sakhalin to Return Home: A Colonial legacy
Pandemic Influenza: Past, Present and Future
Racial Journeys: Justice, Internment and Japanese-Peruvians in Peru, the United States, and Japan
Japanese Deregulation: Big Corporations are Destroying People's Lives
Labor Migration to Japan: Comparative Perspectives on Demography and the Sense of Crisis
"Guest Workers" for Japan?
Migrant-support NGOs and the Challenge to the Discourse on Foreign Criminality in Japan
Japanese Local Governments Facing the Reality of Immigration
What Japanese Policymakers Should Know about How Government Contributes to Irregular Immigration
American Fundamentalisms and World Disorder
Kicking Your Head to Get Rid of a Headache: Palm Oil & the Imminent Extinction of the Orangutan
Miyazawa Kenji: The Poet as Asura?
HIV/AIDS: The Looming Asia Pacific Pandemic
Militarizing Japan: Patriotism, Profit, and Children's Print Media, 1894-1925
Japan's Working Poor: Low Pay Threatens Quality of Elder Care
The India-US Nuclear Deal at a Crossroads
Ground Zero 1945. A Schoolboy's Story
Oda Makoto, Beheiren and 14 August 1945: Humanitarian Wrath against Indiscriminate Bombing
Korea's Railway Network the Key to Imperial Japan's Control