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Odysseus and Telemachus (“Like one escaped from death.”)

After Odysseus had been away from his home in Ithaca for 20 years or so, Telemachus, who was an infant when Odysseus disappeared, set out to find him. Late in The Odyssey, Telemachus having followed Odysseus trail through many adventures, … Continue reading

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What Are U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s Assurances Worth to Abducted Children and their Parents?

What value should be placed on U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s assurances that the Department of State wants to help parents recover their kidnapped children in Japan? Judge this question for yourself. This is a link to recent public … Continue reading

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Studies (Again) Reveal Pathogenic Outcome for Children Taken Away from Daddy

“In our half-century of international research, we’ve not found any other class of experience that has as strong and consistent an effect on personality as does the experience of rejection — especially by parents in childhood,” says co-author Ronald Rohner, … Continue reading

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Takao Tanase: The Hague Convention and Japan’s Parent-Child Law

Gradually, voices have been appearing within Japan that are able to articulate the harmfulness and legal deadlocks created by Japanese legalized kidnapping as a response to divorce.  It is a rare pleasure to be able to put forth here in … Continue reading

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