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Gaiko Forum Japanese Edition,2003

No.185 December 2003
FEATURE: HUMAN SECURITY

No.184 November 2003
FEATURE: IS THE UNITED NATIONS NEEDED?

No.183 October 2003
FEATURE: WHY AFRICA?: TOWARD THE THIRD TOKYO INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT (TICAD III)

No.182 September 2003
FEATURE: ARE DISARMAMENT AND NONPROLIFERATION PROGRESSING?

No181 August 2003
FEATURE: CRISIS MANAGEMENT FOR THE SECURITY OF THE JAPANESE PEOPLE

No180 July 2003
FEATURE: POST-IRAQ-WAR DIPLOMCY

No179 June 2003
FEATURE: NATIONAL BORDERS CAN NO LONGER BE CLOSED

No.178 May 2003
FEATURE: Putin's Russia

No.177 April 2003
FEATURE: A CENTURY OF "THE RULE OF LAW"?

No.176 March 2003
FEATURE: THE WORLD ECONOMY AND JAPANESE ECONOMY:BETWEEN PESSIMISM AND OPTIMISM

No.175 February 2003
FEATURE: THE UNITED STATES ON TRIAL: SURVIVAL OF A SUPERPOWER

No.174 January 2003
FEATURE: "JAPAN BRAND": HOW TO CONVEY THE QUALITIES
THE NATION HAS TO OFFER

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No.185 Decemver 2003
FEATURE: HUMAN SECURITY

Interview Corner (68)
Discovering Talent Should Begin with Providing Opportunities
/Saiga Fumiko

Special Dialogue "Think Globally, Act Locally"/Ogata Sadako/Frene Ginwala

Reference: Final Report of the Commission on Human Security (summary)

Round Table
Human Security: Driving Force of Foreign Policy
/Yuge Akiko/Waki Yuzo/Yamauchi Masayuki/Minami Hiroshi (moderator)

The United Nations Lays Down Global Rules/Ishikawa Kaoru

Designing the Information Society for Now and the Future/Uchimi Yoshio

On-site Report on Human Security/Isezaki Kenji

International Protection of Human Rights by the United Nations/Ando Nisuke

A Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (2005-2014)/Iwamoto Wataru

How International Organizations Deal With Infectious Diseases/Richard G. A. Feachem

The Zambia Initiative/Kamel Morjane

News from East Timor (2)Outstanding Developments in Peacekeeping Operations/Asahi Hideaki

What Is the U.N. Economic and Social Council?

Novel: Destiny (2)/Aso Iku

Tales of Le Monde (6) The "Diamond Scoop" Windfall and the Threatening Storm/Kurata Yasuo

American Stories from the U.S. Constitution (25)The New Deal and Constitutional Revolution (2)/Agawa Naoyuki

L'Art du Bien Manger (3)The Advantages in Various Kinds of Food Labeling to Protect Chocolates/Ito Aya

Visit to a University Seminar (60)Tokai University/Dan Yusuke & Yoshikawa Naoto

Photo and Essay: "Wardrobe Diplomacy" (14)The Formal Dress Coat/Nakajima Wataru

Window on the World (104) /Chino Keiko

Lead Essays: Ikegami Kiyoko/Taketomo Yuji

Gaiko Forum Contents in 2003

Book reviews/Sakai Tetsuya

Information and from the Readers

No.184 November 2003
FEATURE: IS THE UNITED NATIONS NEEDED?

Interview Corner (67)The United Nations Is Effective in Building a Public World Order/Haraguchi Koichi

Round Table/How Should Japan Contribute to International Society/Oshima Kenzo/Murata Koji/Morimoto Satoshi/Sasajima Masahiko

Security Council Reforms and Japan's Options/Shin'yo Takahiro

Special Interview/Here's Why the United States and the World Need the United Nations/Shashi Tharoor

U.N. Officials Who Staked Their Lives on World Peace

The United States and the United Nations/Suzuki Yoshikatsu

The Postwar Reconstruction Process in Iraq/Oku Katsuhiko

On-site Reports: The Process of Establishing Rules to Regulate Human Cloning/Iuchi Yumiko

U.N. Peacekeeping Operations in Building Peace/Ikebe Hideo

Emergency Support Project for Internally Displaced Person in Iraq/Miyoshi Masaki

Map of Japanese U.N. Officials Around the World

Recruitment Center for International Organizations

Visiting the U.N. Ambassador's Official Residence

New Series: Letter from East Timor (1) Retracing the Path of Sergio de Mello's "Nation Building"/Asahi Hideaki

150th Anniversary of Japan-U.S. Relations (4) "Visualizing Culture": In Celebration of the Black Ships Festival/Nishibayashi Masuo

Novel: Destiny (1)/Aso Iku

American Stories from the U.S. Constitution (24) The New Deal and Constitutional Revolution (1) /Agawa Naoyuki

Tales of Le Monde (5) Robert Guillain, Big Name Journalist/Kurata Yasuo

Visit to a University Seminar (59)Senshu University/Sajima Naoko

Photo and Essay: "Wardrobe Diplomacy" (13)Cuff Links/Nakajima Wataru

Window on the World (103) /Chino Keiko

Lead Essays: Ina Hisayoshi/Harumi Jiro

Book reviews/Hoshino Toshiya

Information and from the Readers

No.183 October 2003
FEATURE: WHY AFRICA?: TOWARD THE THIRD TOKYO INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT (TICAD III)

Pursuing Africa Policy from an Entirely New Angle/Ogura Kazuo

Understanding Today's Africa/Oda Hideo

Towards a New Strategic Partnership between Asia and Africa/Ali Alatas

Ten Years of the TICAD Process/Domichi Hideaki

Round Table: How to Cement Relations between Japan and Africa/Imamiya Shun'ichi/Otsuka Keijiro/Hazeyama Nobuo/Hyuga Seigi

Why the Lack of Growth in the African Economy?/Hirano Katsumi

Africa a la Carte
1) My Twenty-five Years Among Chimpanzees
/Matsuzawa Tetsuro
2) Lessons from the Experience of "Africa Year 2003"/Kawaguchi Yukiya
3) Sushi Ingredients That Come from Africa/Shiraishi Yuriko
4) Education Less for Immediate Gains than Long-term Perspective/Suzuki Masumi

Africa in Statistics

150th Anniversary of Japan-U.S. Relations (3) Special Dialogue Acorns and Walnuts: Baseballs in Japan and the United States/Thomas Boswell/Kato Ryozo

Tales of Le Monde (4)Was the May Revolution Engineered by Le Monde?/Kurata Yasuo

The Asia Bond Fund Launched/Takeuchi Atsushi

From Aqaba to Jerusalem/Nogami Yoshiji

Visit to a University Seminar (58)Kokushikan University/Satoh Kenichi

Photo and Essay: "Wardrobe Diplomacy" (12) Elegance at One's Feet/Nakajima Wataru

Window on the World (102) /Chino Keiko

Lead Essays: Tennichi Takahiko/Fukazawa Hideo

Interview Corner (66)Why Contemporary Art in Beijing Now?/Tabata Yukihito

L'Art du Bien Manger (2)Jose Bove: The Future of Genetically Modified Foods/Ito Aya

Book reviews/Fukagawa Yukiko

Information and from the Readers

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No.182 September 2003
FEATURE: ARE DISARMAMENT AND NONPROLIFERATION PROGRESSING?

The Meaning of Military Power in International Politics: Can the Savage Beast Be Tamed?/Nakanishi Hiroshi

Round Table: How Should International Society Confront the Challenges of Disarmament and Nonproliferation of Weapons?/Asada Masahiko/Yoshida Fumihiko/Abe Nobuyasu/Ogasawara Ichiro (moderator)

Now Is the Time for Disarmament and Nonproliferation/Amano Yukiya

The Second Korean Nuclear Crisis: Deja-Vu?/C. Kenneth Quinones

Chemical Disarmament and Non-Proliferation/Rogelio Phirter

Cooperation with Russia in Denuclearization:The "Star of Hope" Program for Dismantlement of Nuclear Submarines in Far East Russia/Takamatsu Akira

Asian Export Control Initiative: Construct an Arms Procurement Prevention Network/Hosokawa Masahiko

On the Line Between Life and Death: Clearing Land Mines in Afghanistan/Kubo Takuto

As Chair of the First Biennial Meeting: Combating Illicit Small Arms Traffic/Inoguchi Kuniko

Third Conference on Facilitating the Entry into Force of the CTBT: A Report from Vienna/Ichimasa Sukeyuki

Understanding of Disarmament and Nonproliferation /Miyasaka Naofumi

Interview Corner (65)The First North Korean Nuclear Crisis/Joel Wit

Article 9 of the Constitution and Self-Defense: What Makes Sense? (3)Breakaway from the Theological Debate/Kuriyama Takakazu

150th Anniversary of Japan-U.S. Relations (2)Do You Know Mr. George Ishiyama?/Taniguchi Tomohiko

Bidding Farewell to "Unstable Balance" in Korean Peninsula?/Hiraiwa Shunji

Visit to a University Seminar (57)Meiji Gakuin University/Hara Takeshi

Photo and Essay: "Wardrobe Diplomacy" (11)Dulles Bag/Nakajima Wataru

Window on the World (101) /Chino Keiko

Lead Essays: Sam Nunn/Ogawa Tadashi

Tales of Le Monde (3)Hubert Beuve-Mery Odyssey, Part 2/Kurata Yasuo

American Stories from the U.S. Constitution (23Administrative State is Born/Agawa Naoyuki

Book Reviews/Sakai Tetsuya

Information and From the Readers

No181 August 2003
FEATURE: CRISIS MANAGEMENT FOR THE SECURITY OF THE JAPANESE PEOPLE

How to Guard Against Global Threats/Nigel Churton

Round Table:Crisis Management Hazardous for Japan and Its People?/Ara Yoshihisa/Onuki Hiroyuki/Kageyama Tadashi/Haruna Mikio

Crisis Management in the Tourism Industry/Shinmachi Koji

Homeland Security in the Age of Terror/Peter Brookes

Protection of Japanese Nationals: Gulf War Lessons Utilized in the War in Iraq/Sato Hiroshi

Remembering 9/11: The Mental Care of Japanese Nationals/Fukunaga Katsuko

Corporations Without a Business Continuity Plan Won't Survive/Hosotsubo Shinji

Interview Corner (64)The Trend in Security is Toward "Alliance" Plus "Coalition"/Otsuka Umio

The Day Japan Returns to the Growth Track: The Underlying Message of the G-8 Summit/Kondo Seiichi

Article 9 of the Constitution and Self-defense: What Makes Sense? (2)The Common Sense of No War Potential/Kuriyama Takakazu

New Series:150th Anniversary of Japan-U.S. Relations (1)Discover-Japan Tour: Investment in Our Future/Irene Y. Hirano

Report:Tokyo University Graduate School of Public Administration

Diplomats of the British Empire (Final)A Philosopher in Washington: Oliver Franks/Hosoya Yuichi

New Column: L'Art du Bien Manger The Future of Mad Cow Disease/Ito Aya

Visit to a University Seminar (56)Keio University/Tadokoro Masayuki & Soeya Yoshihide

Photo and Essay: "Wardrobe Diplomacy" (10) How to Read Evian Summit/Nakajima Wataru

Window on the World (100) / Fujiwara Sakuya

Lead Essays: Sassa Atsuyuki/Kobayashi Teruyuki

Tales of Le Monde (2) Hubert Beuve-Mery Odyssey, Part 1/Kurata Yasuo

American Stories from the U.S. Constitution (22)Economic Regulations and the Role of the Supreme Court,Part 3/Agawa Naoyuki

Book Reviews/Hoshino Toshiya

From the Readers

No180 July 2003
FEATURE: POST-IRAQ-WAR DIPLOMCY

Toward Reconstruction Aid for Iraq: Via the Indian Ocean and the Nile/Okamoto Yukio

Interview
Japan's Reconstruction Aid for Peace and Stability in the Middle East
/Ando Hiroyasu

President George W. Bush's Middle East Strategy/Philip H. Gordon

America's Alliances Move Toward the "2-3-4-5" Principle/Richard Halloran

The Lessons and Ramifications of "Operation Iraqi Freedom"/Morimoto Satoshi

How to Shape Post-Saddam Hussein Iraq/Ono Motohiro

Energy Security in the Wake of the Iraq War/Toichi Tsutomu

How the Inspections Were Conducted in Iraq/Ueki Yasuhiro

Round Table
How Should We Interpret the War in Iraq?
/Ikeuchi Satoshi/Hosoya Yuichi/Minohara Toshihiro/Shimamori Shigeyuki

Interview Corner (63)
Now Is the Time for Japan to Prepare for Biological Terrorism
/Shioya Takafusa

New Series
Article 9 of the Constitution and Self-defense: What Makes Sense? (1) The Basic Premises of Renouncing War/Kuriyama Takakazu

New Series
Tales of Le Monde (1)Le Monde, Journal Read Round the World/Kurata Yasuo

Visit to a University Seminar (55)Kanda University of International Studies/Korogi Ichiro

Photo and Essay: "Wardrobe Diplomacy" (9)U.S. State Secretary Colin Powell's Suits/Nakajima Wataru

Window on the World (99) / Fujiwara Sakuya

Lead Essays: Christian Polak/Taniguchi Tomohiko

American Stories from the U.S. Constitution (21)Economic Regulations and the Role of the Supreme Court,Part 2/Agawa Naoyuki

Book Reviews/Fukagawa Yukiko

From the Readers

No179 June 2003

Lead Essay:A Powerful America on Trial and Japan's Role/Ina Hisayoshi

How Books Have Shaped U.S. Policy/Michiko Kakutani

FEATURE: NATIONAL BORDERS CAN NO LONGER BE CLOSED

Special Discussion:How to Use the Dynamism of Cities to Enhance a Nation's Attractions: The Potential of the Tourism Industry in Japan/Aoyama Yasushi/Fujii Hiroaki

What Makes People Migrate? /Tezuka Kazuaki

Recent Policy on Foreign Labor/Katsuta Tomoaki

Round Table:Considering the Changes Brought by Foreign Labor/Inoue Hiroshi/Ogawa Naohiro/Sakanaka Hidenori/Miwa Akira

Report on Policies toward Foreigners
The Image of a City in the New Era
/Kitawaki Yasuyuki
The Way of Kawasaki City/Nakano Keiko
Japan Must Be More Foreign Student Friendly/Takano Fumio

Japanese Overseas: Where Protection by the Nation Ends and Self-responsibility Begins/Ono Masaaki

Data/Reference

A Profile of South Korea's New Foreign Minister/Noda Makito

A Street Corner in the World: Sri Lanka:The Bitter Lessons of Ethnic Strife/Suvendrini Kakuchi

Beyond the Twilight (3)Insurgency's Re-emerging Disillusionment and Achievements /Murase Shin'ya

86 Diplomats of the British Empire (5) Duff Cooper: A British Man Who Loved France/Hosoya Yuichi

Visit to a University Seminar (54)Seisen University/Nara Tsuyoshi

3E92 Photo and Essay: "Wardrobe Diplomacy" (8)U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's Shirts/Nakajima Wataru

Window on the World (98) / Fujiwara Sakuya

Lead Essays: Kuroda Toshio/Takeda Toru

Interview Corner (62) The United Nations Was Born from the Effort to Rise out of Failure/Nomura Akio

Book Reviews/Sakai Tetsuya

Information and From the Readers

No.178 May 2003

12 Lead Essay : The 2nd Gulf War and Rebirth of Iraq: Toward a New Order in the Middle East/Yamauchi Masayuki

FEATURE: Putin's Russia

18 Round Table :
Is There a Ray of Hope in the Putin-Koizumi Connection?/Kojima Atsushi/Shimotomai Nobuo/Yoshida Susumu/Kozuki Toyohisa

A Diplomatic Toroika: Japan, Russia, and the United States/Strobe Talbott

Russia's Asia Policy /Dmitri Trenin

A Resuscitated Oil Power Pursues a New Market/Motomura Masumi

President Putin's Black Belt/Yamashita Yasuhiro

A Whiff of the Homeland Abroad: Budding Grass Roots Exchange Between Japan and Russia /Nakamura Yoshikazu

Orchestrating Russian Culture/Nishimoto Tomomi

Russo-Japanese Relations from Now On/Nomura Issei

A Street Corner in the World: The Baltic States A Sound-recording Artist Wanders the Baltic States/Sakamoto Yuji

A Street Corner in the World: Serbia and Montenegro Two Princes Meet at St. Petersburg/Mine Yoshiki

Interview Corner (61) Diplomacy without Espionage?/Shinoda Masahiro

Essay: Hawk, Dove, or Maybe Ostrich?/Nogami Yoshiji

Beyond the Twilight (2)The Unknown Face of Thomas Baty/Murase Shin'ya

Diplomats of the British Empire (4)Temptations of a "New Society": E. H. Carr/Hosoya Yuichi

Visit to a University Seminar (53)Toyo Eiwa Women's University: Ishikawa Taku

Photo and Essay: "Wardrobe Diplomacy" (7) Treaty Signature and Fountain Pen/Nakajima Wataru

Windows on the World (97)/Fujiwara Sakuya

Lead Essays Kobayashi Kazuo/Numano Mitsuyoshi

American Stories from the U.S. Constitution (20)Economic Regulations and the Role of the Supreme Court, Part 1/Agawa Naoyuki

Book Reviews/Hoshino Toshiya

Information and From the Readers

No.177 April 2003
FEATURE: A CENTURY OF "THE RULE OF LAW"?

Round Table
How Laws Should Adapt to the Transformation of International Society /Kotera Akira/Yamada Chusei/Hayashi Keiichi/Doden Aiko (moderator)

The Rule of Law: Thinking of an Order in the International Society/Vaughan Lowe

America and the International Rule of Law/G. John Ikenberry

The Nitty-gritty of Concluding Treaties: What Japan Can Do to Build a New International Order./Mori Akira

A New Law is Born in the United States, Leader in Corporate Governance /Shimada Yoshiki

Book Review: International Lawmaking: Sources of International Law/ Reviewer: Saiki Naoko

Japanese Laws and Refugee Protection: From Silent Observer to Active Actor in International Cooperation/Arakaki Osamu

The War Over International Accounting Standards: Act Two Opens /Isoyama Tomoyuki

From the International Law Scene International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia/Taya Chikako

Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women/Saiga Fumiko

Appellate Body Member of the WTO/Taniguchi Yasuhei

Reference: International Law for Everyone

New Series: Beyond the Twilight (1)The Tragedy of International Lawyer Thomas Baty/Murase Shin'ya

Diplomats of the British Empire (3)Leaving the Foreign Office: Harold Nicolson (2)/Hosoya Yuichi

Photo and Essay: "Wardrobe Diplomacy" (5)President Chirac's Lapel/Nakajima Wataru

Visit to a University Seminar (52)University of Shizuoka: Miyata Osamu

Windows on the World (96)/Fujiwara Sakuya

Lead Essays/Hattori Reijiro / Shinomiya Satoru

Interview Corner (60)Water: A Problem for All Sixty Billion People on Earth/Oda Hideaki

American Stories from the U.S. Constitution (19)Post-Civil War and the Supreme Court, Part 2/Agawa Naoyuki

Book Reviews/Fukagawa Yukiko

Information and From the Readers


No.176 March 2003
FEATURE: THE WORLD ECONOMY AND JAPANESE ECONOMY:BETWEEN PESSIMISM AND OPTIMISM

Round Table:The Japanese Economy from the Perspective of the World Economy/Ito Motoshige/Negami Takuya/Honda Keikichi/Sasae Ken'ichiro

A Free Trade Agreement Is Key to Revival/Urata Shujiro

The New Round of WTO Talks and Japan's Strategy/Suzuki Yoichi

Prompt Changeovers in Industrial Structure by Deregulation/Fukui Hideo

A Study of Corporate Governance Today/Wakasugi Takaaki

Will Japanese Talent Sell Globally?/Tachibana Fukushima Sakie

It Is Japan's Middle Market That Has Greatest Appeal/Sandra Wu, Wen-Hsiu

Vigorous Enterprises Are Global Enterprises/Tsukiji Tatsuro

How to Nurture Japanese National Brands/Yoshida Nozomu

Data:Basic Economic Terminology

We Need to Understand Arab Society Now/Ikeuchi Satoshi

Street Corners of the World: Cuba To Japanese Pro-baseball: A Call from Cuba/Mabuchi Mutsuo

Diplomats of the British Empire (2) The Twilight of Old-style Diplomacy:Harold Nicolson (1)/Hosoya Yuichi

Photo and Essay: "Wardrobe Diplomacy" (5) What Happened to Annan's Handkerchief?/Nakajima Wataru

Visit to a University Seminar (51)Gakushuin Women's College: Hatakeyama Keiichi

Window on the World (95)/Fujiwara Sakuya

Lead Essays/Yamazato Katsunori/Koguchi Hidehiko

Interview Corner (59) Urban Policy Moves from the Era of Interchange to the Era of Negotiation/Fujii Hajime

The "L" and "R" Distinction/Ueno Kagefumi

American Stories from the U.S. Constitution (18)Post-Civil War and the Supreme Court, Part I/Agawa Naoyuki

Book Reviews/Sakai Tetsuya

From the Readers


No.175 February 2003
FEATURE: THE UNITED STATES ON TRIAL: SURVIVAL OF A SUPERPOWER

How to Understand America/Honma Nagayo

Special/Gaiko Forum Symposium in Washington, D.C.:The United States as the World's Only Hegemonic Power/Peter Brookes/Kurt Campbell/Thomas Donnelly with Agawa Naoyuki (moderator)

A Letter from the Japanese Ambassador to the United States:Thoughts about America/Kato Ryozo

"The Broken Dialogue" Revisited/Kent E. Calder

Round Table/Considering the Meaning of the U.S.-Japan Alliance: From One Hundred Fifty Years Ago to the Future/Iokibe Makoto/Taida Hideya/Ebihara Shin/Matsuo Fumio (moderator)

Transatlantic Relations at the Crossroads/Dominique Moisi

This Winter of Our Discontent/Nogami Yoshiji

Twenty Books to Learn More about the United States/Murata Koji

Is It True the Neo-conservatives Are Becoming Dominant?: The Truth about Neo-conservatism in Foreign Policy Debates/Aida Hirotsugu

American Stories from the U.S. Constitution (17) The End of the Civil War and the New Constitutional Order, Part II/Agawa Naoyuki

Photo and Essay: "Wardrobe Diplomacy" (4):Duke of Windsor and Shoes/Nakajima Wataru

New Series: Diplomats of the British Empire (1)The Birth of the Diplomat/Hosoya Yuichi

The Presence of Turkey Here and There in Japan/Serkan Anilir

Visit to a University Seminar (50)Yamaguchi Prefectural University: Ogawa Hideki

Window on the World (94)/Fujiwara Sakuya

Lead Essays/Ito Aya/Aoyama Rumi

Interview Corner (58)Better Language Education: A Question of Survival/Kawanami Hiroaki

Book Reviews/Hoshino Toshiya

From Our Readers


No.174 January 2003
FEATURE: "JAPAN BRAND": HOW TO CONVEY THE QUALITIES
THE NATION HAS TO OFFER

Redefining the National Interest for the New Era and a New Paradigm for Foreign Policy/Kojima Akira

Round Table
Japanese Should Make Greater Use of "Soft Power"/Takashina Shuji/Fujii Hiroaki/Fukukawa Shinji

Miscellaneous Thoughts on Cultural Exchange /Nukazawa Kazuo

Why Kurosawa Films Now? /Alfonso Antonio Portillo Cabrera

(Note) A Profile of Portillo, Man of Culture/Ueno Kagefumi

The World Loves an Unfluttered Japan
1) Thailand: "Cool" Manga Are Big Business/Worawut Worawittayanon
2) Australia: Universal "High Culture" as Shared Memory/William Howard Coaldrake
3) China: South Korea Catches Up with the Entertainment King/Ding Ning
4) Russia: Murakami Haruki's Wonderland in Moscow/Dmitry Viktorovich Kovalenin

The Key of Excellent Company/Niihara Hiroaki

Japanese Architecture Sought After in the World/Kuma Kengo

The Circle of Music Spreading Over the World/Nakajima Mineo

Japanese Information and Culture Centers Abroad
1) "Project X" in Denmark/Nakatomi Hisashi
2) Introducing Japan in China/Watanabe Nobuhisa

Interview Corner (57) Restoring Dynamism through the "Action, Japan!" Project/Ushio Jiro

Talks with Kinoshita Reiko: The Joy of English (end)To Master English You Must Seize Every Opportunity/Alastair Morgan

The Background of the Terrorist Bombing in Bali/Kurasawa Aiko

Japan-U.S. Code War and Its Effects on Policy Decision-making: Why Was "Intelligence" Not Utilized?/Minohara Toshihiro

Visit to a University Seminar (49)Meiji University: Tsukamoto Ichiro

Photo and Essay: "Wardrobe Diplomacy" (2):Necktie/Nakajima Wataru

Window on the World (93)/Fujiwara Sakuya

Lead Essays/Miyao Takahiro/Mizusawa Tsutomu

American Stories from the U.S. Constitution (16)The End of the Civil War and New Constitution Order,Part I/Agawa Naoyuki

Book Reviews/Fukagawa Yukiko

Gaiko Forum Contents in 2002
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