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|Title:||Broken Silence: Redressing the Mass Rape and Sexual Enslavement of Asian Women by the Japanese Government in an Appropriate Forum|
Japanese Imperial Army
|Publisher:||William S. Richardson School of Law, Univ. of Hawaii|
|Description:||During World War II, young Asian women were forced to sexually service the Japanese Imperial Army. These "comfort women" are now coming forward to request compensation and an apology. This article examines the Japanese government's response, the failed law suits in Japanese courts, and the possibility of law suits in U.S. and international tribunals.|
|Appears in Collections:||Law and Political Science|
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