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The Editors

March 03, 2008

"Corruption Ruins Everything": Gridlock over Suharto's Legacy in Indonesia (Part I)
"Corruption Ruins Everything": Gridlock over Suharto's Legacy in Indonesia (Part II)
A Small Town Caught in the Cross-fire of the Korean War
From Withdrawal to Resistance. The Rhetoric of Exit in Yoshimoto Takaaki and Karatani Kojin
The Water Cure. An American Debate on torture and counterinsurgency in the Philippines—a century ago
The 'Rape' of Okinawa
Suffer little Children: Legacies of War in Cambodia
The Japanese Bubble and the US Bubble
New Era for Japan-Korea History Issues: Forced Labor Redress Efforts Begin to Bear Fruit
Hardliners Target Detente with North Korea
A 1942 Declaration for Greater East Asian Co-operation
Patients Adrift: The Elderly and Japan's Life-Threatening Health Reforms
The New York Philharmonic in North Korea. A New Page in US-DPRK Relations?
Japan's Pan-Asianism and the Legitimacy of Imperial World Order, 1931-1945
'Trophy Capitalism,' Jefrinomics, and Dynastic Travail in Brunei
The Japanese Nuclear Power Option: What Price?
Are Renewable Energy Sources Approaching a Tipping Point?
Into the Atomic Sunshine: Shinya Watanabe's New York and Tokyo Exhibition on Post-War Art Under Article 9
Playing Games: The Two Koreas and the Beijing Olympics
Sitting Out but Standing Tall: Tokyo Teachers Fight an Uphill Battle Against Nationalism and Coercion
Hidden Asia Pacific Arms Race. Six Countries Talk Peace While Preparing for War
Japan On the Fifth Anniversary of the Iraq War
Possibilities for a Nuclear-Free World
The US Declaration of War on Iran
Handbook for Newcomers, Migrants, and Immigrants to Japan
What Kind of Socioeconomic System Do the Japanese People Want?
Action Against Poverty: Japan's Working Poor Under Attack
Wild Watch: Blood in the Water in Hokkaido's Sea of Okhotsk