Memory and Reconciliation in the Asia-Pacific


Weekly Update – Sept. 15
September 29, 2008, 6:59 pm
Filed under: China-Japan, History Textbooks, Japan, Japan-Korea, Korea

USFK Chief Orders Largest-ever Marine Drill, Korea Times, September 15, 2008

We Need a Balanced View of Modern History, Chosun Ilbo, September 12, 2008

On China: A New Approach to All of Asia, New York Times, September 11, 2008

The question: Is Kim Jong-il still alive?, Guardian, September 11, 2008

[Editorial] Education’s politicization, Hankyoreh, September 10, 2008

Superintendents boycott history textbook, riling teachers and civic groups, Hankyoreh, September 10, 2008

Future of Seoul-Tokyo ties uncertain, UPI Asia.com, September 5, 2008

So Far, It Just Isn’t Looking Like Asia’s Century, Washington Post, September 5, 2008

S. Korea Mulls Cutting Military Ties With Japan, Korea Times, September 5, 2008

Addressing Japan’s Dokdo Disease, by Kang Chun-suk, Chosun Ilbo, September 5, 2008

China, Japan, ROK to share info on nuke safety, China Daily, September 5, 2008

North Korea restarts nuclear programme, Telegraph, September 3, 2008

After Fukuda, Korea Times, September 3, 2008

China holds first int’l drill to curb marine pollution, China Daily, September 3, 2008

Fukuda’s Exit Complicates Korea-Japan Ties, Korea Times, September 2, 2008

China sees Japan ties steady post-Fukuda, say experts, Reuters, September 2, 2008

RM laureate wants Japan to face truth of war atrocities, Inquirer.net, August 31, 2008

S.Korea steps up defense of disputed islets, Reuters, August 31, 2008

Desolate Dots in the Sea Stir Deep Emotions as South Korea Resists a Japanese Claim, New York Times, August 30, 2008

Battle lines II: what invasion?, Australian, August 30, 2008

Japan ‘Should Recognize Korea’s Effective Control of Dokdo’, Chosun Ilbo, August 29, 2008

One Bed, Different Dreams: The Beijing Olympics as seen in Tokyo, Policy Innovations, August 28, 2008

A fierce Korean pride in a lonely group of islets, August 28, 2008

“Jochongryon Weakened after Emigration Project in 1959”, THe Daily NK, August 26, 2008

Korean newspaper: Beijing Olympia displays national power before world, Xinhua, August 25, 2008

China wins plaudits for Olympics, but criticised over rights, AFP, August 25, 2008

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