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December 01, 2007

The Question of the Other: Kara Juro and Letters from Sagawa
The Manchurian Incident, the League of Nations and the Origins of the Pacific War. What the Geneva archives reveal
Revising the Past, Complicating the Future: The Yushukan War Museum in Modern Japanese History
Thirsty Dragon Prepares for the Olympics
Ruth Benedict's Obituary for Japanese Culture: An Exchange
Look Back in Anger. Filming the Nanjing Massacre
Japan Must Prepare for War Between U.S. and North Korea. North Korea's Nuclear Threat
Ocean of Wit and Wisdom
Japan as a Plutonium Superpower
Promoting Peace and Reconciliation as a Citizen of East Asia: The Collaborative East Asian Workshop and the Grassroots House Peace Museum
The Women's Active Museum on War and Peace: Its Role in Public Education
Site Fights: Divisive Facilities, NIMBY and Civil Society in Japan and the West
"Why I Support Executions": An interview with Justice Minister Hatoyama Kunio
Famine and the Market: North Korea Meets Keynes
China's Growing Economic and Political Power: Effects on the Global South
Imperial Japan's Islamic Policies and Anti-Westernism
Russia, Iran and Eurasian Energy Politics
Rokkasho, Minamata and Japan's Future: Capturing Humanity on Film
Two Trivial Matters
Volunteerism and the State in Japan
Multicultural Education in Japan
From the Kwajalein Missile Range to Fiji: The Military, Money and Misery in Paradise
Why I Went to Iraq. Reflections of a Japanese Hostage
Half . . . or Hana's Story