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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
Syria Sanctions and E.U.`s hunger for Oil.
The recently elected Secretary General of the 22 Nations Arab League, Nabil Al Arabi, visited Syria on Wednesday for discussions about “the troubles” in Syria. The visit follows new E.U. sanctions against Syria. The public positioning in the diplomatic war … Continue reading
Posted in Europe, Middle East, Opinion Tagged al Arabi, alliance, Arab League, Arab Summer, Arabian Summer, Assad, Bashar al Assad, Big Oil, China, Damaskus, E.U., EU, Hague, Iran, Libya, NATO, Nobel, Nobel Peace Laureate, Oil, Oilprices, Pakistan, Peace Price, Russia, Sanctions, Secretary General, Syria, Syrian Regime, TNC, Total, USA 5 Comments