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Mexico, NSO Group, Israel, and Spying via Pegasus: The New Enemies of the State?

Mexico, NSO Group, Israel, and Spying via Pegasus: The New Enemies of the State? Chika Mori and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The government of Mexico, according to various sources, is now allegedly spying on individuals that seek to inform based on investigative journalism, tackle corruption, or who seek to defend human rights in […]

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Death in Mexico resembles a Civil War: Three Murders Per Hour in early 2017

Death in Mexico resembles a Civil War: Three Murders Per Hour in early 2017 Sawako Utsumi and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The nation of Mexico resembles a nation going through the trauma of a brutal civil war. Yet, the government of Mexico seems at a loss about tackling the ongoing crisis. Hence, in […]

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Venezuela Crisis is Out of Control: Cycle of Violence will lead to more Tears

Venezuela Crisis is Out of Control: Cycle of Violence will lead to more Tears Sawako Utsumi and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The original hope installed under Hugo Chavez who focused on a social platform to address mass inequality is now but a distant dream under President Nicolas Maduro. Chavez, deeply popular among certain […]

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Haiti and the UN: Over 130 Sri Lankan Peacekeepers involved in Child Sex Ring and other Nations

Haiti and the UN: Over 130 Sri Lankan Peacekeepers involved in Child Sex Ring and other Nations Noriko Watanabe and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The United Nations (UN) brought cholera to Haiti that killed vast numbers of people and now it turns out that mass sexual abuse of children happened by several forces. […]

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Brazil and Deaths Reaching Nearly 100 since Military Police went on Strike in Vitoria

Brazil and Deaths Reaching Nearly 100 since Military Police went on Strike in Vitoria Chika Mori and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The crisis in Vitoria, just like beheadings in several prisons in other parts of the nation, is highlighting a Brazil that is on edge in certain parts of this nation. Hence, the […]

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Pacific Alliance and EFTA after Brexit for the United Kingdom

Pacific Alliance and EFTA after Brexit for the United Kingdom Sawako Uchida and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The exiting of the United Kingdom from the European Union (EU) means that ample new opportunities abound after Brexit is finally done and dusted. In recent times Colombia and Iceland have both pointed in the direction […]

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FARC Peace Deal with the Government of Colombia is Rejected by Voters: Enormous Apathy

FARC Peace Deal with the Government of Colombia is Rejected by Voters: Enormous Apathy Noriko Watanabe and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The people of Colombia not only rejected the proposed peace deal between the government and FARC but enormous apathy also highlights the divisions within society. Officially, just over 50 percent rejected the […]

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President Rousseff of Brazil is Making Matters Worse by Naming Lula Da Silva to be Chief-Of-Staff

President Rousseff of Brazil is Making Matters Worse by Naming Lula Da Silva to be Chief-Of-Staff Joachim de Villiers, Michiyo Tanabe and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times President Dilma Rousseff of Brazil is facing internal pressure from ordinary Brazilians who are disillusioned with her economic policies and issues related to corruption. This reality should […]

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Brazil and World Health Organization: Growing Spread of Zika Virus throughout the Americas

Brazil and World Health Organization: Growing Spread of Zika Virus throughout the Americas Galina Zobova and Kanako Itamae Modern Tokyo Times The World Health Organization (WHO) believes that the Zika virus will spread to all but two nations throughout South America and North America, with Canada and continental Chile being the two exceptions. Of course, […]

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Haiti Cancels Presidential Election: Endless Cycle of Corruption and Poverty

Haiti Cancels Presidential Election: Endless Cycle of Corruption and Poverty Olivier Lecourt, Michiyo Tanabe and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The endless cycle of poverty and corruption continues to blight Haiti and sadly it appears that you don’t have any end in sight. This reality is behind the cancelled presidential elections of Haiti because […]

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