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The Editors

August 01, 2008

The Korean War Mass Graves
Crimes, Concealment and South Korea's Truth and Reconciliation Commission
August Nuclear Thoughts: the New Proliferation (Available in Korean)
Takeshima/Tokto, Nationalism and Reconciliation: Who is smiling at the latest row?
Toward the Abolition of Nuclear War: Hiroshima and Nagasaki Declarations
Dangerous Islands: Japan, Korea, and the United States
How A Mock Trial Could Turn Victory into Defeat on North Korea's Nuclear Arms
Rice and Circus in East Timor [available in Portugese]
Myth and Fact in Northeast Asia's History Textbook Controversies
US Bases, Japan and the Reality of Okinawa as a Military Colony
War in the Caucasus and the Global Repositioning of China, Germany, Russia and the US
Nanjing's Massacre Memorial: Renovating War Memory in Nanjing and Tokyo
The Hearts of Children: Morality, Patriotism, and the New Curricular Guidelines
Living With the Nightmare of Planes and Aircraft Carriers at U.S. Bases in Japan: Upgrading Iwakuni and Yokosuka
Migrants, Subjects, Citizens: Comparative Perspectives on Nationality in the Prewar Japanese Empire
Fiji's Mercenary Military, the US and the Politics of Coup D'etat
Chinese Dams and the Great Mekong Floods of 2008
The Coming Crisis in Finance and Energy: Korea as a solution for East Asia?