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The Editors

July 02, 2008

North Korea, Japan and the Abduction Narrative of Charles Robert Jenkins
The Missing Road: Clashing Visions of Development across the Russian-Chinese Border
The G8 Mirage: The Summit and Japan's Environmental Policies
Collaboration in the History of Wartime East Asia
Collaboration and the Politics of the Twentieth Century
On the Question of Collaboration in South Korea
Excavating the History of Collaboration
Collaboration in the Postwar
Stigmata: The Passion of Tenzin Tsundue, the Tibetan Uprising and China
The Nuclear Family of Man
MAD: Ten Years of the Bomb and the Obstacles to Peace in South Asia
The Japan-Indonesia Economic Partnership: Agreement Between Equals?
Japan and a Solution to the World Rice Crisis
Japan's Internship Training Program for Foreign Workers: Education or Exploitation?
Magnificent Obsession: Japan's Bone Man and the World War II Dead in the Pacific
Okinawan Environmentalists Put Robert Gates and DOD on Trial. The Dugong and the Fate of the Henoko Air Station
Okinawa Says "No" to US-Japan Base Plan
The South Korean Massacre at Taejon: New Evidence on US Responsibility and Coverup
Summer of Terror: At least 100,000 said executed by Korean ally of US in 1950 [with interactive video]
New Perspectives on Chinese Collaboration
Billions: The Politics of Influence in the United States, China and Israel
Japan's Public Finance and the Dogmas of Neo-Liberalism
The Military-Industrial Complex and American Democracy
Russian 'Power Politics', North Korea and the Future of Northeast Asia
Closed Book or Open Book on Indonesia and Timor-Leste? The Commission of Truth and Friendship Report on 1999 HR Violations