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The Editors

October 01, 2007

Families of Eight Wrongfully Executed South Korean Political Prisoners Awarded Record Compensation. The People's Revolutionary Party 8
"Hating 'The Korean Wave'" Comic Books: A sign of New Nationalism in Japan?
Explaining US Financial Instability and Its Global Implications
The Aso Mining Company in World War II: History & Japan's Would-Be Premier. Japanese Translation available
Nuclear Weapons, Criminal States, and the US-India Deal
Kim Jong Il confronts Bush-and wins. A New Page in North-South Korean Relations
The Turnaround in Sino-Indian Relations
The US-Japan-China Mistrust Spiral and Okinotorishima
Beyond the Bomb. The Pentagon Plans for a New Hundred Years' War
Biohazard: Unit 731 in Postwar Japanese Politics of National "Forgetfulness"
Choking on Growth. Water and China's Future
'Little Citizens' and 'Star Pupils': Military Middle Schools in Wartime Japan
Heroic Resistance and Victims of Atrocity: Negotiating the Memory of Japanese Imperialism in Chinese Museums
Eros & Death: The World of Araki Nobuyoshi
Timor-Leste and Indonesia. Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Japan's Nuclear Disaster and Plans to Export Reactors to Indonesia
Gendered Labor Justice and the Law of Peace: Nakajima Michiko and the 15-Woman Lawsuit Opposing Dispatch of Japanese Self-Defense Forces to Iraq
Caspian Summit a Triumph for Iran and a Victory for Russia
The Nanking Atrocity: An Interpretive Overview
India Looks Toward East Asia
North Korea and the Birth Pangs of a New Northeast Asian Order
The Great Meltdown? A Subprime Outlook for Asia and the Global Economy
The Kaesong North-South Korea Industrial Complex and the Future of Northeast Asia
Japan's Future as an International, Multicultural Society: From Migrants to Immigrants
March 1 and May 4, 1919 in Korea, China & Japan: Toward an International History of East Asian Independence Movements