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Suspected Sunni Islamist Terrorist Attack in Burkina Faso

Suspected Sunni Islamist Terrorist Attack in Burkina Faso Omar Abdullah Ismail and Lee Jay Walker  Modern Tokyo Times Suspected Sunni Islamist terrorists have killed at least 18 people in a cafe attack in the capital of Burkina Faso. The brutal terrorist attack took place inside a cafe that was filled with local people and foreign […]

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China, Japan, Russia, and South Korea need to stem North Korea and the United States

China, Japan, Russia, and South Korea need to stem North Korea and the United States Sawako Uchida and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times China, Japan, the Russian Federation, and South Korea need to work together in order to contain saber rattling and endless militarization of the Korean Peninsula. Of course, militant rhetoric emanating out […]

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Apple abiding by the Authoritarianism of the Chinese Communist Party: VPN Services

Apple abiding by the Authoritarianism of the Chinese Communist Party: VPN Services Noriko Watanabe and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times It is abundantly clear that nations, religious groups, politically correctness, and other forces, seek to stem the freedom of social media, the internet, and other forms of communication outside of traditional limitations. Yet, it […]

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Political Malaise in Japan: Leader of Main Opposition Party Resigns

Political Malaise in Japan: Leader of Main Opposition Party Resigns Kanako Itamae and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The current leader of Japan, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, is under pressure because of cronyism, scandals, and other negative factors. Yet, despite the negative political approval ratings of Abe and being questioned seriously within the chambers […]

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Hungary Defends Poland against EU Inquisition: Orban says, “Will Europe be inhabited by Europeans?”

Hungary Defends Poland against EU Inquisition: Orban says, “Will Europe be inhabited by Europeans?” Sawako Uchida and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Prime Minister Victor Orban of Hungary hit out at the European Union (EU) in relation to statements made against Poland. At the same time, he raised the issue once more of mass […]

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President Macron of France Impresses President Trump of America in Paris: European Breathing Space

President Macron of France Impresses President Trump of America in Paris: European Breathing Space Sawako Uchida and Lee Jay Walker  Modern Tokyo Times President Emmanuel Macron of France turned on the style and spoke passionately during his meeting with President Donald Trump of America. Indeed, Trump is viewing a positive and diverse side to Europe […]

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Japan and the European Union sign biggest Open Economic Area in the World: America and Trump

Japan and the European Union sign biggest Open Economic Area in the World: America and Trump Chika Mori and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The European Union (EU) and Japan have agreed to move ahead and open the biggest economic area in the world under free trade. At the same time, major Japanese financial […]

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Germany to Silence Diverse Opinions by Holding Social Media to Ransom: Merkel, GDR, and Sharia

Germany to Silence Diverse Opinions by Holding Social Media to Ransom: Merkel, GDR, and Sharia Helmut Joachim Schmidt, Amina Qamar, and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The mirror of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) is becoming a new politically correct reality under Chancellor Merkel of Germany. In other words, the manipulation of the media, […]

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Drugs Crisis in Iran emanating from Afghanistan: Sharia, Narcotics, and Shadow of NATO

Drugs Crisis in Iran emanating from Afghanistan: Sharia, Narcotics, and Shadow of NATO  Boutros Hussein, Noriko Watanabe, and Lee Jay Walker  Modern Tokyo Times The Islamic Revolution in Shia Iran was meant to usher in a society based on conservative Muslim morals based on Sharia Islamic law. Yet, many decades later then clearly “emptiness” and […]

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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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