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September 01, 2008

Global Implications of China's Big Investment in Iraq and Afghanistan
The Maritime Self-Defence Force Mission in the Indian Ocean: Afghanistan, NATO and Japan's Political Impasse
Korea at 60 [Korean translation available]
The Slaying of Ito Kazuya: Japan in Afghanistan
Korea's Two North-South Summits and the Future of Northeast Asia: Back to the Future
Russia Consolidates its Position as a Black Sea power: The US, Nato and Geopolitics of the War in Georgia
Commemoration and the Construction of Nationalism: War Memorial Museums in Korea and Japan
Out of the Shadows: Can Japan's Nuclear Power Renaissance Reduce Global Emissions?
Water Super Profits in a Time of Crisis: Who Controls the World's Water?
US Arm Twisting Wins India a Nuclear Waiver: Blow to Non-Proliferation
Japan, the United States and Yasukuni Nationalism: War, Historical Memory and the Future of the Asia Pacific
Japan's Progress Reified: Modernity and Arab Dissent in the Ottoman Empire
War and Japan: The Non-Fiction Manga of Mizuki Shigeru
Border-Crossers and Resistance to US Military Rule in the Ryukyus, 1945-1953
Homage to the Life and Poetry of Miyazawa Kenji
Morality, Patriotism, and Japan's New Curricular Guidelines
Painters of Juche Life? Art from Pyongyang
Challenging Kamikaze Stereotypes: 'Wings of Defeat' on the Silver Screen
Yakuza Wars
The Forgotten History War: Wilfred Burchett, Australia and the Cold War in the Asia Pacific