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Kiev Seeks to Silence pro-Russian Protestors and Federalists in Southeastern Ukraine

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Kiev Seeks to Silence pro-Russian Protestors and Federalists in Southeastern Ukraine Galina Zobova and Hiroshi Saito Modern Tokyo Times The Russian Federation is intent on finding a solution to the crisis in the Ukraine however nationalist and pro-Western forces keep on upping the ante. Obviously, many political elites in Moscow believe that incitement is being […]

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Liberal Europe is a Breeding Ground for Sectarian Islamist Killers Entering Syria

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Liberal Europe is a Breeding Ground for Sectarian Islamist Killers Entering Syria Salma Zribi and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The vibes of multi-cultural Europe, gender rights, numbing down on Christianity, progressive age based on new technology, growing atheism, and so forth, appears to be bypassing Islamist sectarians going to Syria in order to […]

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Bangladeshi-American Writer Censored, Threatened by Radical Islamist

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Bangladeshi-American Writer Censored, Threatened by Radical Islamist IPT News Investigative Project on Terrorism An online Bangladeshi bookseller has pulled the books of an American writer after receiving death threats from a radical Islamist. Rokomari.com stopped selling books by Avijit Roy, a naturalized American from Bangladesh who writes about science and philosophy, last month. The move […]

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Ukraine Tensions Mount in Russian Populated Areas: Federalism or Bust?

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Ukraine Tensions Mount in Russian Populated Areas: Federalism or Bust? Galina Zabovo and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The Russian Federation needs to focus on stabilizing the “sinking Ukrainian ship” based on national interests; the need to leave the door open to new elites in Kiev based on strength; to focus on compromise based […]

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Armenian Christians and Syria Crisis: Turkey is a Dangerous Shadow under Erdogan

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Armenian Christians and Syria Crisis: Turkey is a Dangerous Shadow under Erdogan Nuray Lydia Oglu and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Turkey is a dangerous shadow under the leadership of Prime Minister Erdogan. This notably applies to the intrigues being played out in Syria by Turkey and how Erdogan sides with the Muslim Brotherhood […]

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“Authorities” in Kiev Reject Federalism and Language Rights

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“Authorities” in Kiev Reject Federalism and Language Rights James George Jatras Deputy Director, American Institute in Ukraine – AIU Kiev “Administration” Prefers to Flirt with NATO In the not-too-distant past, “federalism” was not a dirty word in Ukrainian politics, even from a western-oriented, nationalist perspective. For example, Professor Alexander J. Motyl of Rutgers University, a […]

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Armenians Flee Syrian Town Seized by Radical Islamists

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Armenians Flee Syrian Town Seized by Radical Islamists by Ravi Kumar Investigative Project on Terrorism Residents in a coastal town along the Syria-Turkey border with a significant Armenian population face new threats after rebels seized control of their town from forces loyal to Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad a week ago. Some of the rebels are […]

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Obama tells Saudi Arabia that US values Riyadh: Sharia law and Exporting Hatred

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Obama tells Saudi Arabia that US values Riyadh: Sharia law and Exporting Hatred Ramazan Khalidov and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times If you want to visit a nation state that supports apartheid law to the absolute, then welcome to Saudi Arabia. Yes, in the land of Saudi Arabia not one single Buddhist temple, Christian […]

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Christian Armenians under attack in Syria because of Turkey: Crimea, Cyprus, Syria and NATO

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Christian Armenians under attack in Syria because of Turkey: Crimea, Cyprus, Syria and NATO Ramazan Khalidov and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Armenian Christians are once more fleeing from the aggression of Turkey and not surprisingly the Western nations sprouting international law at the Russian Federation are deadly silent. Indeed, NATO Turkey is allowed […]

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Haiti and Cholera Epidemic: Accountability for the United Nations is needed

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Haiti and Cholera Epidemic: Accountability for the United Nations is needed Michiyo Tanabe and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The United Nations (UN) and international meddling in several nations often ends up with peculiar results and this most notably applies to Afghanistan and Haiti. Yet, while Afghanistan was caught up in the Cold War […]

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