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  • Dec 30 / 2016
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Asia-Pacific

RI continues support for peace in Rakhine

  RI continues support for peace in Rakhine Ina Parlina Ina Parlina, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta 449 words 30 December 2016 The Jakarta Post JKPOST 7 English (c) 2016 The Jakarta Post   Mail to Myanmar: Officials close containers carrying humanitarian aid to be sent to Rohingya refugees in Myanmar’s Rakhine state at the Tanjung [...]

  • Jul 12 / 2016
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Asia-Pacific

End persecution of ‘deviants’, the root of terrorism

Azis Anwar Fachrudin, Yogyakarta We have recently been exposed to three diverse issues, all following a familiar line — the tyranny of the majority. The latest is the threat to expel the Ahmadiyah community in Bangka; second, the expulsion of members of the Fajar Nusantara Movement (Gafatar) by people in Mempawah, West Kalimantan, and the [...]

  • Apr 02 / 2014
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Asia-Pacific

Editorial: Lapindo innuendo

  Editorial: Lapindo innuendo 484 words 2 April 2014 The Jakarta Post JKPOST 6 English (c) 2014 The Jakarta Post   The Jakarta Post, After nearly eight years, justice has been delayed and, hence, denied, for many people affected by the mudflow disaster stemming from gas drilling activities in the East Java regency of Sidoarjo. [...]

  • Oct 18 / 2013
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Asia-Pacific

Israeli factor in Syrian conflict unveiled

  Israeli factor in Syrian conflict unveiled 997 words 18 October 2013 The Jakarta Post JKPOST 7 English (c) 2013 The Jakarta Post   Nicola Nasser, West Bank, Palestine More than two and a half years on, Israel’s purported neutrality in the Syrian conflict and the United State’s fanfare rhetoric urging a “regime change” in [...]

  • Jun 03 / 2013
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Asia-Pacific, North America

U.S.: RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE TAINTS AWARD FOR INDONESIAN PRESIDENT

U.S.: RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE TAINTS AWARD FOR INDONESIAN PRESIDENT Sandra Siagian By Sandra Siagian and Rebecca Lake 1228 words 3 June 2013 Inter Press Service IPRS English (c) 2013 Global Information Network   JAKARTA/NEW YORK, May 31, 2013 (IPS/GIN) – Standing in front of the two-metre concrete wall, barbed wire and corrugated iron fence that surrounds [...]

  • Sep 26 / 2012
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Asia-Pacific

SEKJEN PBB SERU INTERNASIONAL DUKUNG LAKHDAR BRAHIMI

NASIONAL SEKJEN PBB SERU INTERNASIONAL DUKUNG LAKHDAR BRAHIMI 264 words 26 September 2012 Antara ANTAID Bahasa Indonesia Copyright 2012. LKBN Antara   New York, 25/9 (ANTARA) – Sekretaris Jenderal PBB Ban Ki-moon menyeru dunia internasional, terutama anggota Dewan Keamanan PBB dan negara-negara di kawasan, untuk mendukung upaya yang tengah dirintis oleh Utusan Khusus Liga Arab-PBB [...]

  • Mar 01 / 2012
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Asia-Pacific

Why China so resists Syrian intervention

  Why China so resists Syrian intervention 921 words 1 March 2012 The Jakarta Post JKPOST 7 English (c) 2012 The Jakarta Post   Tom Plate , Los Angeles Intellectual precision is especially vital in times of geopolitical passion. The full totality of evil of the Syrian government is now on display for the entire [...]

  • Oct 22 / 2011
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Asia-Pacific

Editorial: Arab spring turns to fall

  Editorial: Arab spring turns to fall 467 words 22 October 2011 The Jakarta Post JKPOST 6 English (c) 2011 The Jakarta Post   The Jakarta Post, In some ways, his brutal and tragic death was inevitable if not widely predicted. While details of how precisely Col. Muammar Qaddafi died are missing, his lynched and [...]

  • Mar 21 / 2011
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Europe

Indonesian paper views UN military intervention in Libya

Indonesian paper views UN military intervention in Libya 452 words 21 March 2011 06:26 BBC Monitoring Asia Pacific BBCAPP English (c) 2011 The British Broadcasting Corporation. All Rights Reserved. No material may be reproduced except with the express permission of The British Broadcasting Corporation.   Text of report in English by influential Indonesian newspaper The [...]

  • Aug 11 / 2010
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Asia-Pacific

Insight: Indonesia’s international image is at stake

  Insight: Indonesia’s international image is at stake 754 words 11 August 2010 The Jakarta Post JKPOST 2 English (c) 2010 The Jakarta Post   Rizal Sukma, Jakarta We often claim to be the largest moderate Muslim-majority country on earth on the path toward becoming the third-largest democracy in the world. Indonesia’s foreign policy over [...]

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