Asian Times Online
"Hong Kong activist drowns in Senkaku standoff," Japan Times, September 26
Japan Policy Research Institute
"Japan Addresses Its War Responsibility," John W. Dower, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Resolution to Renew the Determination for Peace on the basis of Lessons Learned from History, June 9, 1995 (Unofficial translation by the Secretariat of the Japan House of Representatives)
A Petition to Oppose the "Diet Resolution of Remorse and Apology" that One-Sidedly Condemns Our Country's War.
Editorial from Sankei Shimbun, 6-7-95 (translated by Tomomi Yamaguchi), "A compromised proposal that lacks wisdom"
Editorial from Akahata, the newspaper of the Japanese Communist Party, 6-8-1995, "Ruling Parties' "No-War Resolution" Draft Acquits War of Aggression"
Japan Committee to Appeal for World Peace 1995 - Issued March 1995, Proposal for an International Appeal for Global Peace on the Occasion of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the End of World War II
[Statement with the signatures of 137 well-known academics and public figures, handed over to Prime Minister Tomiichi Murayama on June 30, 1995:] "We Urge the Japanese Government to Make Compensation without Further Delay"
Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Japan Information Access Project
"Rebuilding the US-Japan Security Structure" by Morihiro Hosokawa, Keynote Address, Seattle, Washington, March 12, 1996
Major Events in Japanese History
The Way of the Samurai
Patrick M. Cronin, "The U.S.-Japan Alliance Redefined," Strategic Forum, Number 75, May 1996
"Japan: Domestic Change and Foreign Policy," Mike M. Mochizuki, RAND Corporation, 1995
Pacific Rim Review
Internet Takemura World
Japan Economic Foundation
The Japan Foundation
Behind the Screen: Roundup of Japanese Politics
The Clash of Communities: Japan and the International Political Disorder by Jean-Pierre Lehmann
The US and APEC
Japan Political Links
White Papers by the Japanese Economic Planning Agency
International Society for Educational Information, Tokyo
Japan-Southeast Asia Relations: Perception Gaps, Legacy of World War II, and Economic Diplomacy by Mayumi Itoh, Ph.D.
U.S. Foreign Economic Policy and Relations with Japan, 1969-1976, Thomas W. Zeiler, The University of Colorado, Working Paper No. 1
FORCES WITHOUT LEGAL GROUND: The Reality of the Japan-U.S. Security System (draft), Hiro Umebayashi, Pacific Campaign for Disarmament and Security Conference on Alternative Security Systems in the Asia-Pacific Region (Bangkok, Thailand, March 27-30, 1997)
"Beyond the Defense Guidelines," JAPAN ECHO, Vol. 24, No. 5, December 1997
Tsuneo Akaha (Ph.D.), "US-JAPAN SECURITY ALLIANCE ADRIFT?" Professor of International Policy Studies and Director, Center for East Asian Studies, Monterey Institute of International Studies, Monterey, California
Chalmers Johnson, "The Okinawan Rape Incident and the End of the Cold War in East Asia"
Alan Tonelson, "American Inertia and Drift in Asia"
Richard Halloran and other contributors, April 1996, "U.S.-Japan Security Relations: The Tokyo Summit and Beyond"
Okinawa Prefecture Page
PRESS BRIEFING BY DIRECTOR OF ASIAN AFFAIRS FOR NSC JACK PRITCHARD, AND DEPUTY SECRETARY OF TREASURY LARRY SUMMERS, 20 November 1998
PRESS BRIEFING BY DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL ECONOMIC COUNCIL GENE SPERLING AND SENIOR DIRECTOR FOR ASIAN AFFAIRS AT NSC KEN LIEBERTHAL on US-Japan Relations, 20 November 1998
Stanley O. Roth, Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, U.S. Department of State, Testimony Before the House International Relations Committee, "Challenges in U.S.-Asia Policy" Subcommittee on East Asia and the Pacific, Washington, DC, February 10, 1999
Japanese Politics from Mizuho Securities
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