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Democratic Republic of Congo: UN-broken Accord Signed by Regional Nations

Democratic Republic of Congo: UN-broken Accord Signed by Regional Nations Joachim de Villiers and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times In a major development for the people of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) it was announced that major regional African nations have signed a much needed accord which was brokered by the United Nations […]

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Nuclear Test by North Korea and need for a Quietist Japan: US and South Korea condemn Pyongyang

Nuclear Test by North Korea and need for a Quietist Japan: US and South Korea condemn Pyongyang Joachim de Villiers and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times North Korea is once more being deemed to be involved in international brinkmanship according to reports that stress that this nation successfully carried out a nuclear test underground. […]

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Secular Syria is being destabilized by feudal monarchies and Western powers utilizing terrorism

Secular Syria is being destabilized by feudal monarchies and Western powers utilizing terrorism Joachim de Villiers and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Under the leadership of Bashar al-Assad prior to outside nations meddling in Syria this nation was viewed to be a beacon in the Middle East, when it came to multi-cultural values, the […]

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US and Japan holding military exercises: People of Okinawa are being marginalized

US and Japan holding military exercises: People of Okinawa are being marginalized Joachim de Villiers, Hiroshi Saito and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The United States and Japan are currently holding military exercises which will last until November 16. Yet the biennial military exercise called Keen Sword appears to show a lack of sensitivity […]

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Japan announces biggest trade deficit since records began in 1979

Japan announces biggest trade deficit since records began in 1979 Joachim de Villiers and Hiroshi Saito Modern Tokyo Times In 1979 Japan began to take economic records related to trade and the economic well-being of this nation. Since this period the economic vitality of this nation was scrutinized to a much greater degree and economic […]

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Libya remains shaky: Fear of more persecution in Bani Walid

Libya remains shaky: Fear of more persecution in Bani Walid Joachim de Villiers and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The foreign backed military ousting and brutal killing of Colonel Gaddafi was a forerunner to more chaos and the failed state syndrome of Afghanistan, Kosovo (Serbia rejects the independence of Kosovo) and Iraq. It is […]

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People march against Ansar al-Sharia in Libya and demand an end to various militias

People march against Ansar al-Sharia in Libya and demand an end to various militias Murad Makhmudov, Joachim de Villiers and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The death of the US Ambassador Christopher Stevens, other American personnel and Libyans who tried to protect them continues to cause reverberations in this country. Many Libyans were genuinely […]

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Islamists and Chinese nationalists are using violence in order to intimidate

Islamists and Chinese nationalists are using violence in order to intimidate Joachim de Villiers and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The world appears to be going through a stage whereby blatant intimidation is being used in order to justify ignorance and hatred. Issues related to Chinese nationalism over a territorial dispute with Japan and […]

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Afghanistan and Syria: Even funeral processions are attacked by FSA and the Taliban

Afghanistan and Syria: Even funeral processions are attacked by FSA and the Taliban Joachim de Villiers and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times   The Taliban and Free Syrian Army (FSA) have much in common when it comes to car bombs, attacking funeral processions and beheading people. In recent times the brutal nature of the […]

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Japan needs to implement a new policy and diversify its huge holdings of U.S. treasuries

Japan needs to implement a new  policy and diversify  its huge holdings of U.S. treasuries  Joachim de Villiers and Jay Doggett Modern Tokyo Times It is extremely essential that Japan introduces an independent economic policy which is based on supporting the future of this country rather than pleasing political elites in Washington. In late 2011 […]

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