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'No consensus' in Japan about wartime past

German Chancellor Angela Merkel recently urged Japan to mend post-war ties with its Asian neighbors. Professor Ian Buruma talks to DW about the differences in how the Japanese and Germans perceive their wartime guilt. Even ... Deutsche Welle, 2 weeks ago

Phil Klay and Claudia Rankine among finalists for PEN literary awards

Iraq War veteran Phil Klay continues to win accolades for Redeployment, a story collection based on his experience as a Marine. The book won a National Book Award last fall and a National Book Critics Circle Award in March, and on Thursday morning ...
 Washington Post1 week ago
The New Republic Online

Asian values RIP

NEW YORK - Few politicians have garnered as many effusive public tributes after their death as Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's founder and long-serving former prime minister. A man who was treated as a sage by Henry Kissinger, regarded as a political role ...
 Korea Joongang Daily2 weeks ago Lee Kuan Yew Created The World's Least-Hated Authoritarian State  The New Republic Online1 month ago

2015 PEN Literary Awards List Of Winners

Home - Books - Book News - PEN American Center today announced the longlists for the 2015 PEN Literary Awards, including titles by writer and photographer Teju Cole, debut novelist Phil Klay, journalist Elizabeth Kolbert, poet Claudia Rankine, and ...
 Monsters and Critics1 month ago
The Globalist

Seventy years of selective postwar history

In her movingly beautiful novel dealing with Japan from the mid-1930s to the mid-1960s, The Gods of Heavenly Punishment, author Jennifer Cody Epstein describes how people tended to divide life between "before" and "after" the war. When I was ...
 CHINAdaily1 month ago 70 Years of Selective History after the Pacific War  The Globalist1 month ago
Christian Science Monitor

On Fukushima's anniversary: A Japan of 'great gifts'

With the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II and on the fourth anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, a Japanese-American writer talks about Japan, the West, responsibility, history, and fun. Employees of Tokyo Electric Power Co.
 Christian Science Monitor1 month ago In Fukushima's shadow: A Japan of 'great gifts'  Christian Science Monitor1 month ago
Kathmandu Post

Bibi goes to Washington

NEW YORK, MAR 08 - Why did he do it? What possessed Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Bibi Netanyahu to accept an invitation from the Republicans in the US Congress to come and attack President Barack Obama's policy on Iran without letting the ...
 Kathmandu Post1 month ago

Video: Author Documents How Rural China Evolves, and Villagers Struggle to Adjust

A villager in Wasteland who has adjusted to the town's modernization with mixed feelings. (Michael Meyer) In a discussion presented at Asia Society New York last night by ChinaFile, the online magazine of Asia Society's Center on U.S.-China ...
 AsiaSource2 months ago
Miami Herald

Europe's tolerant traditions put to test after Paris terror

As Rotterdam's mayor and a former government minister, Ahmed Aboutaleb is a voice of mainstream liberal Dutch values. As a Muslim immigrant from Morocco, he is also a prominent member of a community that many Europeans increasingly see as being in ...
 Miami Herald2 months ago
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