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Japan bows down to America and reduces Iran oil imports: China remains neutral

Japan bows down to America and reduces Iran oil imports: China remains neutral Murad Makhmudov and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The United States put pressure on China and Japan to introduce sanctions on Iran’s oil industry and sadly Japan showed its weakness once more. However, China showed its independence by remaining neutral. After […]

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Prophet Mohammed, the Banu Qurayza, Kashmir, and Mansuur Mohammed

Prophet Mohammed, the Banu Qurayza, Kashmir, and Mansuur Mohammed Lee Jay Walker Global Security News  The prophet of Islam is being re-vamped in the West and many Muslims desire to gloss over the harsh reality of their own prophet.  In modern times Mohammed is the great family man despite marrying countless numbers of wives, getting […]

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Japan to help fund a Southern Corridor linking Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam & Myanmar

Japan to help fund a Southern Corridor linking Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam & Myanmar Joachim de Villiers and Lee Jay Walker  Modern Tokyo Times Prime Minister Noda and other leading politicians are intent on expanding the influence of Japan internationally and the latest pledge of two trillion yen looks very promising. This applies to developing the transportation infrastructure […]

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Saigon 1975, Kabul 2012: Will Pakistan Be Ultimate Beneficiary?

Saigon 1975, Kabul 2012: Will Pakistan Be Ultimate Beneficiary? B.Raman The situation in Kabul should pose increasing concerns not only to the US and Afghanistan, but also India. The steady weakening of the security situation in the Afghan capital a year before the US Presidential elections is reminiscent of the weakening of the security situation […]

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Japan and India to hold bilateral naval exercise in 2012: Noda and geopolitics

Japan and India to hold bilateral naval exercise in 2012: Noda and geopolitics Olivier LeCourt and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times   Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda continues to press ahead with important geopolitical agendas. This applies to recent agreements with the Philippines, making positive overtures to South Korea, making it known that he would […]

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Buddhist history in Pakistan: art of manipulation in a major media outlet in US

Buddhist history in Pakistan: art of manipulation in a major media outlet in US Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The article called “Museum exhibit highlights Pakistan’s Buddhist roots” by Emanuella Grinberg (CNN) was a very interesting title and I expected some real enlightenment.  Instead, it was little more than a propaganda stunt or written […]

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Mumbai: Erosion of Faith In Security

Mumbai: Erosion  of  Faith In Security B.RAMAN, Camp Vizag     The Prime Minister Dr.Manmohan Singh’s reported decision to visit Mumbai in the wake of the new series of orchestrated and timed explosions on July 13 reflects his embarrassment and concern over the blasts. 2.The embarrassment arises from the continuing deficiencies in our counter-terrorism capability even after […]

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Terror Returns to Mumbai in Three Explosions

Terror Returns to Mumbai in Three Explosions By IPT News Steven Emerson and The Investigative Project on Terrorism Three near-simultaneous explosions hit the Indian financial capital of Mumbai during rush-hour Wednesday evening. The blasts went off within minutes of each other, killing 21 people and wounding more than 100 others. The casualty count continues to rise as […]

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Nuclear crisis in Japan but Uranium price to rebound on news from China and India

Nuclear crisis in Japan but Uranium price to rebound on news from China and India Modern Tokyo Times Lee Jay Walker The nuclear crisis in Fukushima at the Daiichi nuclear power plant caused major ripples in the nuclear sector.  Many nations outwardly began to question the role of nuclear energy and reliance but with each […]

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Insurgencies and Terrorism in India

Insurgencies and Terrorism in India B.RAMAN    India has been confronted with periodic eruptions of insurgencies and terrorism in different parts of the country since it became independent. These have had different causes—- feelings of ethnic separatism as in the tribal areas of North-East India, feelings of religious separatism as in Punjab before 1995 and […]

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