Announcing the Success of APJ’s Annual Fund-raising Campaign

Our goal: to raise $12,000 to publish the Journal and to carry out improvements in the design and functioning of our website. At a time when the international order is imploding with new conflicts erupting across the Asia-Pacific our work takes on new importance. We rely on readers, authors and supporters. Your support has allowed us to surpass $13,000 and we thank you for allowing us to continue to make the Journal freely available to all. The Asia-Pacific Journal is a 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization recognized by the Internal Revenue Service. US Contributions are tax deductible. We are grateful to our supporters at all levels. If you missed the chance to contribute and wish to there's still time. By Paypal or credit card at our home page under Support Us.


December 01, 2008

Storm Brews in South Asia: India-Pakistan conflict and the US-Afghan Connection
The Fires of Hate and the Failures of the State in South Asia
Korea, the United States, and Central Asia: Far-Flung Partners in a Globalizing World
China's Global Search for Energy Security: cooperation and competition in the Asia-Pacific
Children 'Executed' in 1950 South Korean Killings: ROK and US responsibility
Red Shanghai, Blue Shanghai
India, Russia, China Strengthen Ties, Challenging US Vision for South and Central Asia
Campaigners fight to clear "Tokyo Two" in Whaling Case. Treatment of Greenpeace activists creates worldwide protests
Facing the Past: War and Historical Memory in Japan and Korea [Korean text available]
Ashes of the American Raj in China: John Leighton Stuart, Pearl S. Buck, and Edgar Snow
As the Japanese Crested Ibis (Toki) Goes, So Goes . . .
Mumbai Aftermath: U.S. Tilt Toward India Alienates Pakistan and Undermines War Prospects in Afghanistan [Updated]
Soaring Yen Produces First Trade Deficit in 28 Years as Japanese Authorities Watch the US
Line in the Sand: US-Iraq SOFA Agreement Sets Withdrawal of All US Troops by 2011
Beijing's Aqueous Heritage and the 2008 Olympics
So Now the US is Trying to Emulate Japan's Lost Decade?
An Initiative for US-ROK Cooperation for Peace in the Korean Peninsula and East Asia: Policy Suggestions for the Obama Administration
China's Intentions in the DPRK: South Korea Perspectives
Afghanistan, Iran, and US-Russian Conflict
Japan's Historical Memory: Reconciliation with Asia
Allied and Korean Forced Labor at the Aso Mining Company and Japan-South Korea Relations
Atomic John: The Bomb as Fetish
The Era of Bullying: Japan under Neoliberalism