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The Rohingya, Myanmar and Suu Kyi´s difficult Dance with Double Standards. It takes Two to Tango.
The Rohingya, Myanmar and Suu Kyi´s difficult Dance with Double Standards. It takes Two to Tango. According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, UNHCR, more than 70.000 predominantly Muslim Rohingya in Myanmar´s Rakhine State are displaced and dependent … Continue reading
Posted in Analysis, Asia, Editorial, Opinion Tagged ahmedinejad, Al Qaeda, Asian Affairs, christof lehmann, Clinton, Double Standard Two Step, George Soros, HuJI, Human Rights, Internally displaced Rohingya, Iran, military intelligence service, Nobel Peace Laureate, nsnbc, Opinion, Politics, Rahman, Rahman and the Rohingya, Rakhine State Inter-Communal Violence, Rohingya in bangladesh, Rohingya in Myanmar, Suu Kyi, UNHCR, WFP 3 Comments
U.N.´s Ambiguous Role in Plight of Myanmar´s Rohingya.
U.N.´s Ambiguous Role in Plight of Myanmar´s Rohingya. Four month after the eruption of the inter-communal violence in Myanmar´s Rakhine State, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said that some 75.000 are internally displaced and that the numbers … Continue reading
Posted in Analysis, Asia, Editorial, Geo-Politics Tagged Al Qaeda, Bangladesh, Burma, christof lehmann, CIA, DGFI, Dr. Christof Lehmann, Geo-Politics, HuJI, IDP Camps in Rakhine State, internally displace, Myanmar, Myanmar gas, Myanmar inter-communal violence, Myanmar Muslims, Myanmar Oil, Myanmar refugees, nsnbc, Rakhine State, Rohingya, state sponsored terrorism, Terrorism, UNHCR, United Nations 6 Comments
Myanmar, Gas and the Soros-Funded Explosion of A Nation State.
Myanmar, Gas and the Soros-Funded Explosion of A Nation State. Early 2012 violent clashes between Muslim Rohingya and Buddhists broke out in Myanmar´s Rakhine State which is bordering to Bangladesh. In 2011 Myanmar ended 49 years of military rule. It … Continue reading
Posted in Analysis, Asia, Editorial, Geo-Politics, World Tagged Al Qaeda, Bangladesh, Burma, China Myanmar Pipeline, christof lehmann, CIA, Colonialism, conflict resolution, DGFI, Dr. Christof Lehmann, Earthrights in Myanmar, ethnic violence in Myanmar, George Soros, global security, Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islam, HuJI, Human Rights, Human Rights Watch in Myanmar, international law, international terrorism, isi, Kayen State, Modo-Colonialism, Myanmar, Myanmar Bangladesh India Pipeline, Myanmar ethnic conflicts, Myanmar Gas and Oil, Myanmar resources, NATO, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, Politics, Rakhine State, reform in myanmar, religious violence in Myanmar, Rohingya - Buddhist Violence, Rohingya in bangladesh, Rohingya in Myanmar, Rohingya Solidarity Organization, RSO, Soros, Soros funded subversion of Myanmar, Soros in Myanmar, state sponsored terrorism, Strategic enciclement of China, Suu Kyi, UN, United nations Framework Team, USA, Wahabi Islam in Bangladesh 17 Comments