Regions / Japan
How can we tackle the global military industrial complex? Here's a place to begin.
U.S. military presence in South Korea and Japan has outlived its usefulness.
Japan is obsessed with the North Korean abduction issue. A new book by a U.S. defector sheds light on this obsession.
The disarmament movement is poised to make great strides in the next few years. Much may depend on Japan.
FDRs campaign against economic royalists lived onand triumphedafter his death. But not where he would have expected.
Japan is on the verge of abandoning its peace constitution. But Tokyo should think twice, for the sake of Japan, the region, and the world.
The Japanese American writer talks with E. Ethelbert Miller about Asia, racism, and the foreign policy of Minnesota.
Has the Koizumi administration abandoned neutrality, historic pacifism, and common sense in its pursuit of oil and a stronger alliance with the United States?
The G8 Summit in Okinawa, Japans southernmost prefecture, focuses world attention on the huge U.S. military presence in Northeast Asia.
If you want to understand the antagonism between Beijing and Tokyo, you have to start in Washington and, in particular, Washington State.