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The Editors

Takeshima/Tokdo and the Roots of Japan-Korea Conflict
Japan’s 3.11 Earthquake, Tsunami, Atomic Meltdown
The Asian Super Grid
The World is Watching: International Scholars, Artists, and Activists Petition to Prevent a New U.S. Military Base in Okinawa
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Forum Addresses Okinawa’s Future
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China and Its Neighbors
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Recollections of the World War II Battlefield
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The North-South Korean West Sea Border Dispute and US Responsibility
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Missile Defense: Deploy First, Ask Questions Later
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Where is Okinawa Going? Forum at Okinawa University on December 19 ?1219
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McCormack, Takesada & Wada, Analysis on Korean Tension
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Forum Addresses Okinawa's Future
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The Delicate Matter of Peace and the Nobel Peace Prize
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WikiLeaks & US Embassy Cables Relevant to Asia
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Stanford University Professor's Report on the Implications of North Korea's Uranium Enrichment Program
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Sinking of the South Korean Ship Cheonan
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Birds & Bombs: US Live-Fire Air Force/Navy Training in the Pacific Centers on No'os Island in the Northern Marianas
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Tokyo High Court Rejects Teachers' Claims to Freedom of Thought
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Another Okinawa Battle
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Japan's Neonationalists on China
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Unit 731 and Preserving the History of Wartime Medical Atrocities
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New Stage in US Use of Financial Sanctions as Strategic Weapon? Levey Departs
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Truth and Reconciliation in the Republic of Korea
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Tokyo Police Crackdown on Okinawa Protestors
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Tokyo Governor: Japan Should Build Nukes to Counter China
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Ghost of Manzanar Hangs Over US Congressional Hearing on Muslim
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Japan's Nuclear Crisis: A Wakeup Call for the World−−
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After the Quake: The Town That Was Washed Away−−
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Japan's Nuclear Crisis: Status of Spent Fuel at Exploded Reactor Buildings Unclear
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TEPCO, Credibility, and the Japanese Crisis
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Fukushima: The Situation on the Ground
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“Long Since Passed the Level of Three Mile Island” – The Fukushima Crisis in Comparative Perspective
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SOS from Minami Soma City
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History Haunts Japan’s Prime Minister Abe
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The Bus to Henoko Part II: Riot Police and Okinawan Citizens Face-off over New Marine Base
FEATURE
The Song the Owl God Himself Sang, “Silver Droplets Fall Fall All Around,” An Ainu Tale
フクシマ事故と東京オリンピック
Spying on Muslims in Tokyo and New York — “Necessary and Unavoidable”?
The Kaesong North-South Korea Industrial Complex and the Future of Northeast Asia
The U.S-Japan Partnership and the Future of an Asian Regional Union
Families of Eight Wrongfully Executed South Korean Political Prisoners Awarded Record Compensation. The People's Revolutionary Party 8
Recent Developments in Korean-Japanese Historical Reconciliation
Hundreds of Ethnic Koreans from Sakhalin to Return Home: A Colonial legacy
Unmasking Capital Punishment: A Wave of Executions, The Yomiuri and Japan's Death Penalty
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Fukushima Burning: Anatomy of a Nuclear Disaster−− •Japanese text available. Updated
The Asian Financial Crisis of 1997 a Decade On: Two Perspectives
The first agonizing step towards stabilizing Northeast Asia