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The Editors

February 01, 2008

America's Forgotten Vietnamese Victims: Two Men, Two Legs, and Too Much Suffering
The Comfort Women, the Asian Women's Fund and the Digital Museum
The Anti-Japanese Resistance War, Chinese Patriotism and Free Speech. How Can We Forgive Japan?
Mamiya Rinzo and the Japanese Exploration of Sakhalin Island: Cartography and Empire
Indonesia After Suharto—The Last King of Java Forgiven (By Elites)
Yamada Yoji Harks Back to Japanese Cinema's Golden Age
Southeast Asia's Looming Nuclear Power Industry
Japanese Popular Culture in East and Southeast Asia: Time for a Regional Paradigm?
China's High Tech Industry and the World Economy: Zhongguancun Park
Gyokusai or "Shattering like a Jewel": Reflection on the Pacific War
East Timor: the Crisis Beyond the Coup Attempt
Waving Goodbye to Hegemony: China, Europe and the US in the New World Order
Whatever Happened to Yamagishi? Idealism, Nature and the Environment in Japan's Cooperative Agrarian Community
Okinawan Perspectives on Japan's Imperial Institution
Unraveling the East Timor Assassination Story: Republic's rebel with friends in high places
Major Alfredo Alves Reinado: Cycles of Torture, Pain and Violence in East Timor
Korean Hibakusha, Japan's Supreme Court & the International Community: Can the U.S. & Japan Confront Forced Labor & Atomic Bombing?
Soft Power: The U.S. Cultural Offensive and Japanese Intellectuals
Sea of Japan Spotted Seals and Global Warming
Certain Justice. Japan's Detention System and the Rights of the Accused
The Most Wanted List. International Terrorism
The Impact of Asian Drivers on the Developing World
New Asian Drivers, Japan, Korea and the Lessons of History