The British Film Institute’s July 2010 issue of film magazine Sight & Sound has Kurosawa on the cover, and plenty of Kurosawa related content inside of those covers.
A section called “Kurosawa on Kurosawa”, which is also available online, contains extracts from a 1964 interview conducted by Donald Richie, as well as two later interviews where Kurosawa talks about his works. There isn’t much new there of course for anyone who has read the standard Kurosawa literature.
Another article, labelled “Kurosawa, the Last Emperor” (which coincidentally was once the working title of this website, but I deemed it too cliché), contains extracts from the 1981 interview by Tony Rayns, which was also printed in Bert Cardullo’s Akira Kurosawa: Interviews.
“Disputed territories” has Alexander Jacoby ask “What do two striking late 1940s films – Drunken Angel and Stray Dog – tell us about Kurosawa’s attitude to the post-war Allied Occupation of Japan?” Since I haven’t actually gotten the magazine (yet), I cannot tell you the answer.
After that, we have an article by Stuart Galbraith IV (author of The Emperor and the Wolf) which looks at Kurosawa’s attempts at breaking into Hollywood in the late 1960s with the failed Runaway Train and Tora! Tora! Tora! projects.
Finally, in an article titled “The Misfit”, Tony Rayns looks at the question how Japanese Kurosawa really was, arguing that while he was considered the archetypal Japanese director in the west, he was “something of an anomaly” for the Japanese.
There is of course plenty of other material in the magazine as well, as it is not all Kurosawa. For a full contents list, head over to BFI’s website. I assume that the July issue has already hit the news stands, or will do so soon. It also looks like you should be able to buy the issue from either here or here.