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More Brutal Rape Cases in India Reported

More Brutal Rape Cases in India Reported Chika Mori and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Rape is an international problem and is dependent on laws that should protect society from the ills of abuse. Yet, often nations fail citizens because of corrupt legal systems, not deemed a serious crime in some nations, capitalist based […]

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Japan must not succumb to China’s intimidation: Beijing testing Washington

Japan must not succumb to China’s intimidation: Beijing testing Washington Michiyo Tanabe and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The government of Japan must remain steadfast against the encroachment of China after this nation declared a new “air-defense identification zone.” After all, China never took action like this in over 40 years in relation to […]

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Myanmar, religious minorities and geopolitics: US, China, India and Japan vying for influence

Myanmar, religious minorities and geopolitics: US, China, India and Japan vying for influence 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 […]

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

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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Suspected Islamists Massacre Female Students in Pakistan: The Folly of CIA, MI6 and ISI

Suspected Islamists Massacre Female Students in Pakistan: The Folly of CIA, MI6 and ISI Paul Joseph Nzeribe and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Pakistan continues to be blighted by barbaric terrorist attacks against the minority Shia community and against anyone deemed to be worthy for killing in the name of Allah. In the latest suspected […]

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Nuclear Industry is bouncing back after Fukushima

Nuclear Industry is bouncing back after Fukushima    Pierre Leblanc, Walter Sebastian and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The nuclear sector is bouncing back from the nuclear crisis that erupted after the tsunami of March 11, 2011, in Japan. Therefore, despite all the negative publicity since the Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear crisis began, it appears […]

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Shia Muslims killed in Pakistan by Sunni Islamists: singled out and murdered

Shia Muslims killed in Pakistan by Sunni Islamists: singled out and murdered Joachim de Villiers and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The sectarian divide in Pakistan claimed the lives of more innocent Shia Muslims who were singled out and brutally murdered. Currently it is understood that 18 Shia Muslims were killed by Sunni Islamic […]

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Japan and geopolitics under PM Noda: bilateral naval exercise with India and 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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Modernization of the Armed Forces of China is based on Geopolitics

Modernization of the Armed Forces of China is based on Geopolitics Joachim de Villiers and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times China continues to grow rapidly in the economic field and for many nations China is a stabilizing factor in a changing world.  This applies to the ongoing development of many powerful economic sectors in […]

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Main Elements of US Foreign Policy Towards Asia

Main Elements of US Foreign Policy Towards Asia B.Raman As President Obama nears the end of his first term and gets ready to seek a second term, he has sought to give a new focus to the US foreign policy towards Asia. 2.This new focus is marked by two characteristics.Firstly, an open and uninhibited expression […]

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