World War II and Japan
Chinese Culture, History and Contemporary Affairs
Social Motivations for the Revival of Address Terms in China
By: Xuexin Liu
China and Central Asia
Looking Westward: China’s Changing Relations with Central Asia
By: Jonathan Z. Ludwig
Educatioin Xinjiang’s Uyghurs: Achieving Success or Creating Unrest?
By: Timothy A. Grose
India: Culture and Current Affairs
What’s A Kiss: The Unchaste Chastity of Bollywood
By: Devon Burke
India Looks Seaward: The case of the Proliferation Security Initiative
By: James R. Holmes
Japan: History and Culture
Tokyo’s Dr. Phil
By: Benjamin Dorman
“In the Way of the Samurai:” Difference and Connection in Samurai Champloo
By: Amy Fitzgerald
From The Editors Desk
By Daniel Metraux
A Conversation with Japan’s Senior Vice-Minister of Finance Provides a Bleak Picture of His Nation’s Future
The Ghosts of Chinese Camp California
Benazir Bhutto’s Assassination and Pakistan’s Ultimate Failure as a Nation
How Recent Turkish Invasions of Northern Iraq Could Ruin the American War Effort
Who Plays Better Baseball: The United States of Japan?
Reviewed by Gordon Bowen
John L. Esposito and Dalia Mogahed.Who Speaks for Islam? What a Billion Muslims REALLY THINK.
Mansoor Moaddel, Ed., Values and Perceptions of the Islamic and Middle Eastern Publics
Reviewed by Daniel A. Metraux
Chen Guidi and Wu Chuntao, Will the Boat Sink the Water:The Life of China’s Peasants
Charles K. Armstrong,The Koreas
Hideaki Matsuoka,Japanese Prayer Below the Equator: How Brazilians Believe in the Church of World Messianity
Amy Docksert Marcus, Jerusalem 1913.
Kozaburo Nagatsu, Hisao Suzuki, and Toshio Yamamoto, Eds. Against Nuclear Weapons: A Collection of Poems by 181 Poets.
Reviewed by Eric Strange
Gi Wook Shin and Kyung Moon Hwang, Eds. Contentious Kwangju: The May 18 Uprising in Korea’s Past and Present.