In the late fall of 1943, the nations of Greater East Asia met in Tokyo. Proceedings of the Assembly of the Greater East Asiatic Nations Held on November 5 and 6, 1943, at the Diet Building, Tokyo is notable for any number of things, but not disagreement with Japanese policy. Nations represented: Japan, China, Burma, Thailand, Manchoukuo, Philippines, Thailand, and India., Contemporary Japan: A Review of Far Eastern Affairs. Vol. XII, No. 11 (November, 1943), Tokyo: Foreign Affairs Association of Japan, pp. 1337-1386
An interesting collection of official statements and upbeat opinion despite the obvious dark end to which the war was clearly headed., Contemporary Japan: A Review of Far Eastern Affairs. Vol. XIV, Nos.1-31 (January-March, 1945), Tokyo: Foreign Affairs Association of Japan, pp. 155-170.
Some of what the articles claims to be Chinese slanders were in fact true. (But, of course, be aware that the Chinese did at times make bogus claims about Japanese activities)., East Asian Review, Vol. 5, No. 5 (January 10, 1941), Shanghai: East Asia Pub. Co., pp. 34-36.