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Cunning Linguistics and the Japanese Constitution

In response to an article in the Japan Times and as a follow-up to my post and discussion on Japan's remilitarization, the information below is presented to further discuss or argue over Japan’s right to collective self-defense. Keep Reading

Parental Kidnapping Treaty in Effect for Japan

Via the Stars & Stripes – Pacific: A treaty aimed a preventing cross-border parental kidnapping takes effect Tuesday in Japan after years of pressure from the international community. The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction — which was first ratified in 1980 — requires a parent who flees with a child… Keep Reading

White Out

I recently came across this blog discussing racism and privilege in America, in particular, how both played a part in the Trayvon Martin murder and subsequent trial of George Zimmerman. The writer, pictured above, is from the same neighborhood as Martin, has this to say about her blog and about the case: Gone Agape is a… Keep Reading

Nicola Furlong Verdict Discussion, Part 3 of 3

Part three of a three-part discussion on the evidence, legal proceedings and outcome of the Nicola Furlong case and trial. Special insight from an assistant professor of forensic medicine and forensic scientist that has previously worked at the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office as a Criminologist conducting forensic toxicology. If you are not familiar with… Keep Reading

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