Interviewed and/or quoted regarding WWII-related research in The Age, Al Jazeera English (television), Associated Press, The Australian, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Daily Telegraph, The Economist, Financial Times, Global Post, The Guardian, International Herald Tribune, The Japan Times, Morning Wave (Busan radio), National Public Radio, The New York Times, Newsweek Polska (Poland), Nishinippon Shimbun, Reuters, SEKAI, Shukan Gendai, South China Morning Post, This Morning (Seoul radio), Voice of America, Weekendavisen (Denmark), Yonhap News Agency; Prime Minister Aso Taro in Japan parliament.
25) NEWSWEEK POLSKA
Feature by Jacek Pawlicki on Mitsubishi apology for WWII forced labor to Allied POWs.
July 27, 2015. PDF
24) THE ECONOMIST
Mitsubishi Shows Some Remorse: Japanese firms and their wartime crimes.
July 20, 2015. PDF
23) MORNING WAVE IN BUSAN
South Korean radio program. Interviewed about UNESCO World Heritage status for Japan's Meiji Era industrial sites linked to forced labor during WWII. July 9, 2015.
22) THIS MORNING WITH ALEX JENSEN
South Korean radio program (Seoul). Interviewed about UNESCO World Heritage status for Japan's Meiji Era industrial sites linked to forced labor during WWII. July 7, 2015.
21) AL JAZEERA ENGLISH
Television interview starting at 4:00 about UNESCO World Heritage status for Japan's Meiji Era industrial sites linked to forced labor during WWII. July 6, 2015. YouTube
20) THE GUARDIAN
Battleship Island: A symbol of Japan's progress or reminder of its dark history?
By Justin McCurry. July 3, 2015. PDF
19) MORNING WAVE IN BUSAN
South Korean radio program. Interviewed about UNESCO World Heritage status for Japan's Meiji Era industrial sites linked to forced labor during WWII. May 8, 2015.
18) JAPAN TIMES
Uneasy Neighbors Across the Sea: Japan's colonial rule in Korea has left open wounds.
By Jeff Kingston. Aug. 22, 2010. PDF
17) GLOBAL POST
The Long Shadow of Japan’s POW Past
By Justin McCurry. July 25, 2009. PDF
Feature by Peter Harmsen on Chinese forced labor redress for Danish weekly reputed to be world's oldest newspaper. April 8, 2009. PDF
15) SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST
Former Australian POWs Seek Apology, Compensation from Aso
By Julian Ryall. Feb. 7, 2009. PDF
14) THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
Japanese PM Taro Aso's Family Business Used British POWs
By Julian Ryall. Dec. 18, 2008. PDF
13) AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION
Japan's Air Force Chief Sacked over WWII Claims
By Shane McLeod. Nov. 14, 2008. PDF, MP3 audio
Japan's PM Haunted by Family's Wartime Past
By Jon Herskovitz. Oct. 20, 2008. PDF
11) SHUKAN GENDAI
Eishi, Goshi ga hojita: chichi Takakichi no "Rengokoku Horyo Kyosei Rodo"
(British, Australian Newspapers Reported that Aso Mining used Allied POWs)
Oct. 4, 2008. Japanese, English.
10) THE GUARDIAN
Japan's PM Hopeful Fails to Acknowledge Family Use of Slave Labor
By Justin McCurry. Sept. 19, 2008. PDF
9) THE NEW YORK TIMES / INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE
Japan Court Rules Against Sex Slaves and Laborers
By Norimitsu Onishi. April 28, 2007. PDF
8) VOICE OF AMERICA
Japan's Supreme Court Rules Against World War II Compensation
By Michael Lipin. April 27, 2007. PDF
7) THE NEW YORK TIMES / INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE
Wartime Chinese Laborers Sue Japan for Compensation
By Norimitsu Onishi. Nov. 15, 2006. PDF
6) THE AUSTRALIAN
Japan's Shame: Japan's Foreign Minister Taro Aso refuses to acknowledge his family firm's use of POWs as forced labour.
By Christopher Reed. July 4, 2006. PDF
5) THE AGE
Japanese Foreign Minister Accused of Mining Good Will
By Deborah Cameron. June 26, 2006. PDF
4) JAPAN TIMES
Family of POW Makes Appeal to Aso 'Honor': Aussies used as forced labor still owed wages for mine work
By Christopher Reed. June 20, 2006. PDF
3) NISHINIPPON SHIMBUN
Ima koso Shinshi ni Torikume: Kyosei renko sosho no yukue ha
(Now is the Time for Sincere Action: The future of forced labor lawsuits)
By Shigekawa Eisuke. May 26, 2006. PDF
2) THE ECONOMIST
Slave Wages: The long fight for compensation for wartime slave labor
April 1, 2006. PDF, Japanese
1) JAPAN FOCUS
Compensating Colonial Lepers, Slave Laborers and Hibakusha: Troubling legacies and evolving standards of postcolonial justice in Japan
By Jeff Kingston. Nov. 24, 2005. PDF
January 2009 discussion in Japan parliament about my WWII forced labor research; includes Prime Minister Aso Taro on Allied POWs starting at 3:15. YouTube