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Did It Really Help to be a Japanese Colony? East Asian Economic Performance in Historical Perspective

The New Guinea Comfort Women, Japan and the Australian Connection: out of the shadows

Japan Vies With China for Dominance in Indochina and ASEAN

The Japanese Apology on the "Comfort Women" Cannot Be Considered Official: Interview with Congressman Michael Honda

Southeast Asia's Maritime Security Dilemma: State or Market?

Who is Responsible? The Yomiuri Project and the Enduring Legacy of the Asia-Pacific War

Japan as a Global Contributor: Envisioning an expanded role in a world of militarism, global warming and multipolarity

Japan in the New Global Demography: Comparative Perspectives

Donor Leverage and Access to Bird Flu Vaccines: a challenge to the World Health Organization

Exhibiting World War II in Japan and the United States