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Religious Tensions in Myanmar: China, Japan, India and US in Geopolitical Game

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Religious Tensions in Myanmar: China, Japan, India and US in Geopolitical Game Ri Kuk-Chol and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The nation of Myanmar (Burma) appears to be at a major crossroads because past intransigence is now being followed by a possible thaw, whereby this nation comes in from the “international cold.” Of course, […]

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Iraq Blames Qatar and Saudi Arabia for Terrorism: Re-run of Afghanistan and Pakistan

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Iraq Blames Qatar and Saudi Arabia for Terrorism: Re-run of Afghanistan and Pakistan Salma Sribi and Michiyo Tanabe Modern Tokyo Times Prime Minister Nouri Maliki of Iraq denounces Qatar and Saudi Arabia for supporting terrorism and sectarianism against Iraq. Maliki made it abundantly clear that Qatar and Saudi Arabia are involved in the destabilization of […]

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India-China Border Talks Shift From Resolving Disputes to Managing Them

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India-China Border Talks Shift From Resolving Disputes to Managing Them Publication: China Brief Volume: 14 Issue: 4 By: Rup Narayan Das The Jamestown Foundation The 17th round of India-China Special Representative Talks (SR Talks) on boundary disputes between the two countries concluded in New Delhi on February 11. China was represented by State Councilor Yang […]

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Bangladesh Court Establishes BNP-JAMAAT Fountainhead of Terrorism

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Bangla Court Establishes BNP-JAMAAT Fountainhead of Terrorism Bhaskar Roy Chennai Centre for China Studies A special court in the port city of Chittagong, Bangladesh, sentenced (Jan 30) 14 to death. They were the principals in illegally importing 10 truck loads of arms, ammunition and explosives on April 01, 2004 by sea. The court ruled that […]

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China and Japan Friction: How Can India Respond?

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China and Japan Friction: How Can India Respond? D.S.Rajan Chennai Centre for China Studies The current trends make clear that tensions between China and Japan on political and strategic issues are increasing day by day. It is natural that Asia-Pacific nations, which have a big stake in guaranteeing regional stability and prosperity, are coming under […]

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India, Pakistan and Terrorism: Counter-Terrorist and Security Expert Bahukutumbi Raman Passes Away

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India, Pakistan and Terrorism: Counter-Terrorist and Security Expert Bahukutumbi Raman Passes Away Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times It is with great sadness that Modern Tokyo Times hears about the death of Bahukutumbi Raman who was a foremost expert in the field of counter-terrorism, national security and geopolitics in India. Raman passed away after fighting […]

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Syria and support of Al-Qaeda: US, France and UK support Islamism and parallel with Kashmir and Bosnia

Syria and support of Al-Qaeda: US, France and UK support Islamism and parallel with Kashmir and Bosnia Jibril Khoury and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The conflicts in Afghanistan, Bosnia, Kashmir, Kosovo, Libya and in other parts of the mainly Islamic world, or where you have Muslim and non-Muslim fault-lines, appears to have one […]

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Pakistan and Buddhist history: Media whitewashing, museum manipulations and Hindus

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Pakistan and Buddhist history: Media whitewashing, museum manipulations and Hindus Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times In many Western institutions, art museums, elitist circles, educational establishments and in many media outlets, it appears that you have “a reverse Talibanization” based on misinformation. This applies to “manipulating history” and modern realities within parts of the Islamic world where […]

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Japan and geopolitics under PM Noda: bilateral naval exercise with India & global initiatives

Japan and geopolitics under PM Noda: bilateral naval exercise with India and global initiatives Olivier LeCourt and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times In late 2011 it became apparent that the government of Japan was intent on spreading its international influence. Indeed, it could be argued that the current government is more open to influencing […]

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