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Boko Haram and Massacres in Nigeria: International Jihadi Barbarity

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Boko Haram and Massacres in Nigeria: International Jihadi Barbarity Paul Joseph Nzeribe, Lielit Kebede and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Takfiri Islamists that turn to the sword are committing untold barbarity in countless nations. Indeed, it is difficult to pin down if Takfiri Islamists are more inhumane in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Somalia, Syria, or […]

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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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Japan-South Korea-US Trilateral – Breaking Ice in East Asia?

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Japan-South Korea-US Trilateral – Breaking Ice in East Asia? Mr. Rajaram Panda Chennai Centre for China Studies The third Nuclear Security Summit that concluded at The Hague on 25 March may have achieved its purpose of strengthening nuclear security, reducing the continuing threat of nuclear terrorism and assessing the progress made since the Washington summit […]

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Islamist Fifth Column in Gaza based on Gulf and Western Strings: Egypt and Syria

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Islamist Fifth Column in Gaza based on Gulf and Western Strings: Egypt and Syria Boutros Hussein and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times If individuals want to see the dead end path of radical Takfiri Islam then look no further than the mantra of hatred and discord in Gaza because this estranged reality says everything […]

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From Syria to Sulawesi: Could Mujahideen Indonesia Timor become an ISIS Ally?

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From Syria to Sulawesi: Could Mujahideen Indonesia Timor become an ISIS Ally? Publication: Terrorism Monitor Volume: 12 Issue: 7 By: Jacob Zenn The Jamestown Foundation A schism emerged among Syrian jihadist groups after al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri announced on February 3 that al-Qaeda has “no connection” to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) […]

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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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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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Malaysia Flight MH370: Blowback from Support of Terrorism, Internal Issue or Mystery?

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Malaysia Flight MH370: Blowback from Covert Support of Terrorism, Internal Issue or Mystery? Boutros Hussein and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The mystery of Flight MH370 continues and the length of time and shoddy investigation all points into the direction of something more murkier. Of course, it is essential to be sensitive because so […]

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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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