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Russia, Iran and Eurasian Energy Politics

Sugihara Chiune and the Visas to Save Lives: Assessing the Efforts to Memorialize a Japanese Hero

Japanese and American War Atrocities, Historical Memory and Reconciliation: World War II to Today

Toward A New Cold War?

War in the Caucasus and the Global Repositioning of China, Germany, Russia and the US

Russia Consolidates its Position as a Black Sea power: The US, Nato and Geopolitics of the War in Georgia

The Forgotten History War: Wilfred Burchett, Australia and the Cold War in the Asia Pacific

The Russo-Georgia War and the Challenge to American Global Dominance

Reporting from Ossetia: On the Ground with Russian Forces in Georgia

The West's Selective Reading of Eastern History and Values: From Thermopylae to the Twin Towers