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The Editors

November 03, 2007

Philosophy as Activism in Neo-Liberal, Neo-Nationalist Japan
Citizenship at Stake. U.S. Records Prove Paternity; Japanese Ministry Denies Access to Records
The Re-emergence of an Australian Nuclear Weapons Option? Implications for Indonesia and the Asia Pacific
Murder of an Anarchist Recalled: Suppression of News in the Wake of the 1923 Tokyo Earthquake
Is There a Japan-Iraq Strategic Partnership?
The Nova Collapse: Foreigners Get Mixed Results From Joining Unions in Japan
Privatizing the World Bank? An Asia Pacific Perspective on Changing Scenarios of Development Financing
The Geopolitics and Economics of Burma's Military Regime, 1962-2007. Understanding SPDC Tyranny
The Big Melt. Lesson From the Arctic Summer of 2007
Nationalism and Globalization on the Inner Mongolia Frontier: The Commercialization of a Tamed Ethnicity
Engaging China: The Political Economy and Geopolitical Approaches of the United States, Japan and the European Union
Seduced by Nationalism: Yone Noguchi's 'Terrible Mistake'. Debating the China-Japan War With Tagore
Political Fragility in Japan and the Resignation of Abe Shinzo: Is Japanese Democracy Going Backwards?
“Wanne Uchinanchu – I am Okinawan.” Japan, the US and Okinawa’s Endangered Languages
Sun Yat-sen's 1911 Revolution had Its Seeds in Tokyo
Blood-Sacrifice in the Politics of a Nation-State. Japanese-Americans in Hawai'i During and After World War II
The Ainu and Their Culture: A Critical Twenty-First Century Assessment
From Indochina to Iraq: At War With Asia
Power Shift? Australia and the Asia Pacific