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The Editors

October 03, 2008

Southeast Asian Memo to Wall St: On Financial Implosion
Misreading, Espionage and "Beautiful Martyrdom": On Hearing the Okinawa 'Mass Suicides' Suit Court Verdict. UPDATE
Averting Asian Water Wars
With One Sentence Japan Could Set the Stage for an Israeli-Palestinian Peace
The Stolen Forests: China, Russia, the US and the Covert War on Illegal Logging
The Russo-Georgia War and the Challenge to American Global Dominance
The Okinawan Alternative to Japan's Dependent Militarism [Japanese translation available]
Japan in the American Imperium: Rethinking Security
The Bakrie Group and Economic Meltdown in Indonesia
Victims of Japanese Imperial Discourse: Korean Literature Under Colonial Rule
US, Russia, NATO and the Future of Afghanistan: Taliban Resurgence and the Geopolitics of Oil
Reporting from Ossetia: On the Ground with Russian Forces in Georgia
Playing By the Rules? China's Growing Global Role
On Meat, Fish and Statistics: The Global Food Regime and Animal Consumption in the United States and Japan
The Coming Change of Course in Afghanistan
Japan as Spoiler in the Six-Party Talks: Single-Issue Politics and Economic Diplomacy Towards North Korea
Has the Next Great Leader of North Korea Been Announced? [Japanese Translation Available]
Asia and the Meltdown of American Finance
Japan's Entrenched Discrimination Toward Foreigners
The US-Japan Status of Forces Agreement and Okinawan Anger. A DEBATE
Maritime Asia and the Future of a Northeast Asia Community
The Political Economics of Patriotism: Korean Cinema, Japan and the Case of Hanbando